Mrinterface wrote:Makes you wonder why Logitech doesn't build keyboards in the same quality level as they build their mice....
keyboardlover wrote:Mrinterface wrote:Makes you wonder why Logitech doesn't build keyboards in the same quality level as they build their mice....
Actually I've found that Logitech's quality varies WIDELY with their mice. Some of their mice flat out suck!
Julle wrote:I bought a CST Lasertrac a year ago, and ever since then everything else has felt awkward. Unfortunately, I'm forced to use a regular mouse at work (usually a cheapo OEM one), and I can't really haul a large trackball with me from workstation to another all day long.
sixty wrote:How long did you take to adjust to the trackball? I am considering to giving trackballs another go after like 10 years, but I'm afraid I got too used to mice.
daedalus wrote:I think the Trackpoint is the best pointing device, but finding good ones on good keyboards is somewhat difficile.
Minskleip wrote:Would you recommend buying a trackball (if one fancy one) over a new keyboard with a different switch?
On the subject of trackpoints, the Desko BMOS has one below the space bar. It'll be interesting to finally try one properly.
soomuchbanelings wrote:The fast scroll is addicting and I love flicking the mouse wheel and making it spin.
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