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Wireless Keyboard & Mouse

by ebockman / March 20, 2006 5:41 AM PST

Hi, I am considering replacing my iMac keyboard, as I spilled wine on it and now it is not working. Dumb me! Anyway which do you think is best? Replace with the same, Logitech's S530 or Apple's?

Thanks for you advice! It is always appreciated!


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I'm using the Apple Bluetooth
by mrmacfixit Forum moderator / March 20, 2006 8:51 AM PST

keyboard and mouse and don't have a problem with it.

I do substitute a Logitech two button scrolling mouse though. Still waiting for the Bluetooth version of the Mighty Mouse


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Buy the fastest one
by simoncroft / March 26, 2006 1:37 AM PST

I know this probably isn't what you are asking but I so wish keyboard manufacturers would go back to making them the way they used to, because so many keyboards have really sluggish keys these days.

Because I key thousands of words a month, those cheap keyboards aggrevate my RSI. I've been buying the old beige ones off ebay and running them with an iMate USB adaptor.

If I have to buy a new keyboard, I go and try them out, as if I were auditioning pianos. So my advice would be to try as many as you can and buy the one that feels fastest under your fingers - or buy a load of old ones and choose the best one.

Hopefully, manufacturers will start to take notice if they learn they can't sell 'tacky' keyboards any more.

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