Keyboards, Mice and Input devices
Nowadays, ergonomic keyboards and mice are very common, and often wireless, to reduce the clutter and restrictions that wires can result in. They can also reduce the risk of repetitive strain injuries, something that is very important if you spend most of your day at a computer.
Many people will prefer to have an external mouse with their laptop in order to make using their laptop easier and quicker.
There are also input devices which allow you to ‘write’ on a pad with a stylus, with the effects appearing on the laptop or computer screen.
You can find reviews for a range of keyboard, mice and other input devices below:
The sleek Brydge Mini keyboard, which is compatible with the iPad mini 1, 2 and 3, allows you to type...When you pay more, you get more. The Apex M800 is an expensive keyboard, but with it comes a host...The Wacom Bamboo Pen & Touch CTH-470 is extremely easy to use, is great value for money and is a...A nice little input device that is optimised for use with Windows 8. The included stylus makes it perfect for...A nice keyboard that will save space on any desk for £10. The Logitech Ultra-Flat Keyboard comes with PS/2 and...An accurate and comfortable wireless mouse at a just about reasonable price. A no nonsense no fuss wireless mouse that...A great mouse especially for the price you’re paying and if you’re looking for a new mouse and don’t wish...