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Topic # 27332 22-Oct-2008 14:37
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Hi guys,

Currently I am in the process of connecting my computer to my tv so i can access my music, youtube etc in my living room.  I am looking at wireless mouse and keyboard to control the computer from my living room about 10 - 15 feet away (through walls as well).  I was wondering if their is a wireless mouse and keyboard out their that will allow me to do this?

If so could you lead me to it as i have been looking but hardly any of the products of looked at tell you the range they have.


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Mudz

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  Reply # 172794 22-Oct-2008 15:23
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My Logitech Cordless Desktop MX5500 Revolution works fine in those kind of conditions.

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  Reply # 174029 28-Oct-2008 12:17
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What about this one?
http://www.elive.co.nz/adesso-rf-touchpad-4000us-p1101.php

The above link gives the best price I could find, and it has a touch pad as mouse, no need for a separate item to work with. I assume you will sit on your comfy couch when using the keyboard... It is RF and not IR, so it will work through walls.




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