Most interactions with a computer involve using a keyboard and a mouse. As all of us are working from home, we get to the luxury to choose both of those and use preferred brands.
We did a short survey with the team, and it turned out we are mainly Logitech users.
This is not sponsored content, these are the hardware we use.
The keyboard I use is the Ozone Strike Pro. There are a few reasons I chose this, for example, the brown cherry switches, it has a backlight feature, and it has macros which do not require additional keys, therefore the keyboard’s size is still small. Low input latency and the Hungarian layout is also crucial for me.
The mouse is a Logitech G Pro Wireless, which also has low input latency. There is no angle snapping, and the size makes it perfect for me.
I use an old HP U 1156 keyboard. I inherited this many years ago and though the keys are a bit uneven now, I find them the most comfortable. Also, my muscle memory of key locations seems to be mapped to this one. I always use the keyboard with the legs on, so it’s tilted and not flat on my desk. I use an ergonomic vertical mouse. A few years back, I noticed a faint pain in my right wrist and using a normal mouse made it a bit stronger. I switched to this new upside thing… and never looked back.
I use Logitech Internet Navigator keyboard and Logitech g305 mouse.
The keyboard I use is a Cooler Master – Masterkeys S, because I like the cherry MX brown switches. For mouse, I have been using an Asus Rog Gladius for years and I’m extremely happy with that.
I use Logitech for both for years and I never had an issue with the products. The keyboard is Logitech G512 Carbon GX Brown and the mouse is Logitech G402.
At the moment I’m using my laptop’s keyboard and my mouse is a Logitech M720. I will get a Logitech keyboard soon and I’ll use both of them on multiple PCs.
My choice is Logitech MX Keys and Logitech Master MX3 for the mouse. I like the brand and the products never failed me.
I’m using the laptop’s keyboard and just recently started to think to buy a wireless one. For mouse, my choice is a Razer Deathadder Elite. I love the shape of it, very precise and only has a few extra buttons which I can use confidently.
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