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Posted 06 July 2006 - 12:55 PM
Just like jgweed, I too use and thoroughly enjoy Logitech products. I (personally) would stay away from a wireless keyboard. I'm a big First-Person Shooter player and it gets annoying when your signal cuts out for a split-second. That split-second interrupts what you were doing (usually running) and you need to press the key again to continue. If you're just using you computer for internet/word processing/etc. a wireless may be a good idea. It's much more convenient being able to move you keyboard, and it clears up the clutter on your desk.
If you do play game seriously, then I would look at the Logitech MX518 "Gaming-Grade" Optical Mouse. It's got buttons on it that allow you to control the mouse sensitivity. I've never seen these on any other mouse (haven't actually looked too hard though) and it's very useful in-game.
Just a last note, it should be obvious but you never know... Stay away from roller-ball mice. I don't even know if they sell them anymore, but they are the work of the devil!
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