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January 11, 2003 3:59:23 PM

Amazingly I have been through most of the 'other components' section and have come across NO reviews of keyboards or mice. As I buying a custom built p.c. i need to think of all components i need your advice.
Any mice or keyboards you would recommend? Microsoft? Logitech? I will get an optical mouse, but infa-red as well? Worth the price or better to just get a few cable extenders?

Also, cases? Any recommendations, the Antec660 seems popular. As i am spending nearly $1500 on a system there is no reason fall at the last hurdly and get rubbish peripherals for the system.


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January 11, 2003 7:46:23 PM

I really like my Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro. It is very comfortable. It also have 2 build in USB port which also is very convient.
January 11, 2003 7:47:51 PM

For case I really like Lian Li's case. I have PC68 and PC65B and I am very satisfied.
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January 11, 2003 9:56:22 PM

I find most keyboards to be comfortable and easy to use. The standard keyboard layout lends itself to that. As for mice, nobody makes one large enough to fit my king-sized mits, I have to hold them all with my fingertips. But I've never had a problem with any brand of mouse, short of the things getting dirty.

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January 12, 2003 6:14:42 AM

I like logitech trackballs.

If you are into gaming, the wireless mouses have lag.

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I'm not a number, I'm a free man! :mad: 
January 14, 2003 1:20:52 AM

Not the new expensive logitech ones. I think tom just reviewed them
January 14, 2003 8:47:36 AM

large enough to fit my king-sized mits

How on earth do you manage to solder or change jumpers?

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January 14, 2003 6:43:18 PM

You mean you're supposed to be able to grab jumpers with your finger? Geeze, I use a pair of longnose pliers.

Lesson for today: What most people call Needle Nose plier are ACTUALLY long nose pliers. True needle nose pliers have the nose machined down to about 1/2 the thickness of the standard long nose pliers most people are familiar with.

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January 14, 2003 9:24:07 PM

Allright. This is what i have (except for the mousemat, but thats comming soon)

A. Big BLACK Ratpadz mousepad.
B. Darkgrey/silver Explorer3.0 optimouse (USB).
C. BLACK compac USB keyboard.
D. BLACK Atlas/dynatron/superflower SB201 case with Black faceplated drives.

And it looks very VERY nice.

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January 15, 2003 1:31:22 AM

I use my grubby, sweaty mits and hope that it earths as it should. :lol: 

Would use a wrist strap too, but it's at the bottom of a box.

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January 17, 2003 7:03:57 PM

i have Lian-Li PC60B USB
Microsoft Intellite USB Optical Mouse
and Microsoft Internet Keyboard... from Newegg..

they are smooth and excellent!

Asus A7N8X Deluxe
80gb Maxtor
Lian-Li PC-60
Lite-On 52X
AMD XP2800+
LeadTek GeForce 4 Ti4200 w/vivo 128mb 8x
Hitachi CML174
1 GB Corsair XMS PC3200 Cas2