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Mouse Hand Orientation
- 26 points
- 10 months ago
from completed build Office PC
I don't know why any electronics maker would voluntarily put glossy plastic on anything that comes in contact with a human hand, because this stuff is smudge-magnetic. Aside from looking dirty literally all the time as long as it's being used though, it all works very well.
- 15 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build Hydra 1.0 - Codename "Cho'Gall"
If there's one thing Microsoft gets right, it's their peripherals. This wireless keyboard and mouse combo feels great to use and the responses are good enough to use effectively in gaming, though I don't recommend wireless peripherals at all for gaming to be honest.
- 1 point
- 19 days ago
from completed build Budget Editing and Gaming Rig
Mushy as hell. Space bar broke after only 6 months. The keycaps aren't even switchable and the mouse is worthless. Tracks badly, only 3 buttons including scroll wheel, arch is really low making your hands cramp. You can get a mechanical keyboard for this price if you don't care about wireless, and if you do just get a Logitech K380. Not even considering the mouse as part of the value because it's absolute garbage, you're better off just using mouse keys if you don't have another mouse. Regret the purchase more than anything, even worse than spending $1,000 on a 2015 MacBook Air. Don't make my mistake, just get either the Logitech or a cheap mechanical keyboard if you're fine with a wire.