which cordless KB+mouse has best connection ?

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  1. garry35

    garry35 Registered Member

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    which wireless or cordless keyboard and mouse combo has the best range and most stable connection in typical use. well known brands only please.

    Gazzer
     
  2. xxJackxx

    xxJackxx Registered Member

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    My experience with Logitech has been pretty good and my experience with Microsoft has been pretty bad. Can't get too specific about the models as I do no have them anymore.
     
  3. garry35

    garry35 Registered Member

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    logitech has always been good for me too, but recently i tried a microsoft and even though its only about less than 3ft from my pc i was having what i thought was connection problems where the mouse seemed to lose connection and even after it connected it didnt seem very smooth and seemed to struggle......
     
  4. Raza0007

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    Generally WiFi i.e. 2.4 GHz wireless connection is far Superior to a Bluetooth based connection, so look at keyboards and mice combos that operate on the 2.4 GHz wireless connection. I have been using the Logitech mk550 combo for quite a while now and both mouse and keyboards have excellent range and zero lag even when I use them across the living room (10+ feet) watching movies on a 60 inch TV.

    Check the reviews on Amazon here. But I recommend you buy it from Sams Club here, they have an excellent deal on this combo. However, for Sams Cub you either need to have or know someone who has a membership, and you have to be in USA too.
     
  5. Joxx

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    I would go with a Logitech combo
    the material is of quality,
    the connection is reliable,
    and the software can be used across multiple devices
    also you can use only one USB for both peripherals
     
  6. Sadeghi85

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