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Do you use a wireless mouse or keyboard?

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Do you use Bluetooth or wired for you mouse and keyboard

  • Bluetooth/Wi-Fi

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Wired

    Votes: 6 66.7%
  • Both

    Votes: 3 33.3%

  • Total voters
    9
  • Poll closed .
12 year old thread necro...? I'll move this to its own, modern thread. You can also make a poll.........

I use wired on my main PC and test PCs, but wireless on the laptop.
 
Gamer: R7-5800X3D, X570 Aorus Elite Wifi, 2x16GB G.Skill TridentZ PC4-3600, RX 6800 XT, WD SN850 1TB, WD SN750 1TB, Seasonic GM-750
I use wired keyboard & wired HP 'Gaming' mouse.

Lightroom4: i5-4670K, ASRock Z87 Extreme 4, 4x8GB PC3-1600, RX 480 8GB, Intel 335 240GB, WD Black 1TB, Seasonic S12-650W
Wired keyboard & wireless BT mouse.

HTPC: i5-3570, HP Elite 8300 SFF, 4x2GB PC3-1333, RX 550 4GB LP, Intel 330 180GB, Seagate 2TB, LG BluRay, HP 240W
Wireless BT keyboard/mouse combo.
 
Wired for both. Only just now starting to think about wireless mouse.
 
always used a wired keyboard but went to a wireless mouse back when the Logitech G7 came out, went through 2 of those over many years then got a G903 with a powerplay mousepad for xmas years ago and I liked it so much I bought another mouse just for a backup.
 
always used a wired keyboard but went to a wireless mouse back when the Logitech G7 came out, went through 2 of those over many years then got a G903 with a powerplay mousepad for xmas years ago and I liked it so much I bought another mouse just for a backup.
It makes sense to me to use Bluetooth with a Laptop.
 
Missed the poll but both. A WASD Code wired keyboard, Logitech MX Master wireless mouse.

Keyboard, I prefer wired, one less thing to worry about battery life with.

Mouse, prefer wireless, as my desk has a rough metal bezel around the keyboard tray and a wired mouse tends to catch on it.
 
If I remember the last time I used a wireless kb & mouse was a logitech MX1000 mouse, but I can't recall the keyboard model. I had it so long the original battery died. There was a mod to replace the battery with an exact duplicate from a digital camera. I did the mod to give the mouse a few more years. I gave that keyboard & mouse serious beatings during LAN parties. They ate up alot of battery power.

Haven't used a wireless since.
 
I tried wireless about 25-ish years ago for about a year,I don't remember why I stopped...I think the KB stopped working. I've been wired ever since.
 
My desktop I use wired. Not expensive ones. Wireless is fine for office/productivity stuff, I use a wireless mouse at work. I'm sure the more expensive wireless mice are good for gaming, but its not worth it for me. I just use the Logitech MX518 anyway.
 
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