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Need help on wireless keyboard and mouse.


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MaMister

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Hi, we are upgrading our office to be as cordless as possibe...

But before I go shopping, I have feedback from friends that wireless keyboard and mouse can only have max 2 pieces (same band and model) in a small area within 3 metres. If the 3rd piece come in, then I will have some conflicts?

I understand from logitech that they uses channel 1 and 2 only, which only supports 2 x wireless desktop? True?

So is it possible to use 4 x wireless keyboard and mouse in the same small area without coflicts?
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Hi. We tried using wireless mouse/keyboard setups on multiple work stations where I work. Generally we had three to four working at the same time, sometimes more. They worked, but not very well. Ultimately, we abandoned the wireless in favor of wired setup with optical mouse. There was an issue with interference, sometimes the signal from another work station would take over or interfere with my mouse. This is exasperating when you are doing critical work. This is my experience with these devices.
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