Of Mice and Men

Subject: General Tech | January 2, 2005 - 02:24 PM |

Here's the latest mouse/keyboard combo review, the Microsoft® Wireless Optical Desktop, Comfort Edition @ XYZ Computing

"When it came time to actually use the keyboard and mouse, they did not disappoint. Though I am very attached to my small, minimalist Eluminx keyboard, I am very much a fan of ergonomic keyboards. Considering the amount of time I spend using a keyboard everyday it makes sense to use a product that is healthier for my wrists, a body part which I have noticed becomes more sore with each day of staring at a computer screen. The wide black strip at the bottom of the keyboard is actually a padded wrist rest. This is a pretty sweet little feature that will help support your wrists so long as you can keep them down and type with correct form."

Alternatively if you're only after a mouse then take a look at Gigabyte's GM-W9C Wireless Optical Mouse @ PCStats

"Gigabyte's new wireless rechargeable optical mouse, the GM-W9C, is an RF device that is scaled for portability, and includes a rechargeable battery that can be charged within the mouse itself for convenience. Anyone who has tried to use a conventional wired mouse with a laptop in a cramped environment such as an airplane will appreciate the benefits a wireless optical mouse can bring. They offer an excellent alternative to the built-in touchpads and trackpoints that many find difficult to use."

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