Looking for the latest keyboard or mouse for slicker productivity in work or when playing a game? Are you frustrated by the lack of responsiveness when you move your mouse? Or the lack of sensitivity to touch typing on your keyboard? Does your keyboard or mouse fail you at increasingly frustrating and frequent intervals? Here we look at the keyboard and mouse from their humble beginnings to their current day developments. Offering reviews and categorized ratings of all the latest keyboard and mouse releases. We will also provide you with troubleshooting tips and tricks to help you with all your keyboard and mice problems.
Buying a mouse is usually a pretty simple affair, since it doesn’t demand the same attention as other computer parts. Not all mice are created equal however, and Bright Hub’s Mouse Buying Guide will explain why.
Your computer is incomplete without a proper keyboard and so it is very important to choose the one that guarantees optimal performance. Whether you are at home or at the office, you should pick the right keyboard that goes well with your typing needs.
The Dell D2400 keyboard (or, the “Dimension 2400”) was designed to be functional, yet sturdy. Unfortunately, there were a few flaws that made some models break, and ultimately, need some major troubleshooting. If you have one of these units, read onward, because it’s troubleshooting time.
There are plenty of reasons to discard the standard $5 keyboard in favor of something a little more suited to gaming, but installation issues with certain versions of Windows might lead you to think that you have made an expensive mistake…
The Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 7000 is a wireless keyboard and mouse bundle that is designed for multimedia use while providing comfort through the ergonomic layout.
If you’ve got a Microsoft Wireless Mouse 700 problem, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a guide on troubleshooting the little guy and getting your mouse back on its feet as soon as possible.
Your Microsoft Wireless Entertainment Keyboard 7000 can’t connect? That’s okay, because there are some things you can do to help with that! Here’s a quick and easy to follow list.
If you have a Mac that needs a keyboard, but all you can get your hands on is one from direct competitor, Microsoft, you’ll need to jump through some hoops to get it to work. Here’s how to do just that.
If you’re using one of those awesome HP wireless keyboards, the caps lock can get stuck down (or up) when you’re using it. Here’s how you can fix this problem quickly and without having to do a lot of work.
Looking into getting a new wireless device for your computer from Microsoft? Or perhaps you already bought one? Whatever the case, here’s a guide on installation, downloading drivers, and taking care of whatever it is you need.