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Which do you prefer, Wired or Wireless Mouse and Keyboard?

  

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  1. 1. Wired or Wireless?

    • Wired
      46
    • Wireless
      3
    • Both
      17


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I have always said a true gamer would never use a wireless mouse or keyboard :teehee:

 

With that said, I use wired on my main desktop. But, wireless on any other PC doesn't bother me!

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Tried the best wireless mouses money can buy, and they're still not very accurate. Wired all the way.

 

For keyboards, I have used wireless keyboards, and they weren't bad. Just can't find any wireless mechanical keyboards... :P

Edited by El_Capitan

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I use a wired mouse on my laptop but have a wireless one for it when using it as a dvd player in the motels and wired on my person desktop but wireless on my work comp lol

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I have also tried numerous wireless keyboards/mouse and when it comes to gaming, especially FPS, I notice the slight input lag, Wired all the way for the gaming rig, but like at work, I am on wireless mouse/keyboard and I just expense the batteries :D

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Wired - I am sensitive to latency

 

I will say, I used to do wireless because the wire would drive me nuts but the manufacturers have gotten much better with corded mice so I don't have the same problem I used to where mice cords would get stuck and I would have to fight for slack. Now my work mouse is a cheap POS dell mouse and I would take wireless in a second over it. So I guess I should qualify and say - quality wired mouse/keyboard combo.

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Definitely like wired more than wireless, but i think that if wireless wouldn't show lag and was the same in a side by side comparison to wired i would think about going wireless.

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