What "Gamer" Gear Do You Use?

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  1. Posts : 5,833
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       #11

    essenbe said:
    That's the problem. It already has lasted for many years. (PS. Don't tell Tony Solitaire isn't gaming, it's a mouse training exercise.)
    LOL. You're going to start that again, eh?

    It's more like a carpal tunnel rat.
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  2. Posts : 17,133
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       #12

    Tony K said:
    LOL. You're going to start that again, eh?

    It's more like a carpal tunnel rat.
    You mean, there's an actual debate about this? LOL
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  3. Posts : 17,831
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       #13

    Tony K said:
    Oh? I'm seriously thinking of finally getting one. I was kind of waiting to see what they would do in 10. I'll have to look.

    Another idea I had was to get a large tablet and project it on my monitor. Not sure if I'd like the onscreen keyboard, though.
    I had one that would lay down, (wouldn't wanna reach up over the keyboard constantly!)
    Can't find em anymore!

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  4. Posts : 29,075
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       #14

    Edwin said:
    I had one that would lay down, (wouldn't wanna reach up over the keyboard constantly!)
    Can't find em anymore!

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    I was wondering about that, Edwin. My monitor is at least arm's length from my face, so I was wondering how touch would work if you have to stretch your arm out that far. How did you type on the lay down screen when necessary? Even on a flat monitor, it would seem like a digital keyboard wouldn't be easily used.

    Looks to me that the mouse is all around so much better than touch, unless you were drawing something on the monitor face.

    I have a touch screen Lappy, but rarely use touch on it. The mouse is so much easier.
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  5. Posts : 12,726
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       #15

    I think it's very much what you are used to, although there seem to be some things where a mouse is required. But, much of the things we do can be done without a mouse. Just not by me. :)
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  6. Posts : 29,075
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       #16

    essenbe said:
    I think it's very much what you are used to, although there seem to be some things where a mouse is required. But, much of the things we do can be done without a mouse. Just not by me. :)
    Nor me, Steve, nor me!
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       #17

    Chuck38 said:
    You mean, there's an actual debate about this? LOL
    Not really. I just expressed my deep love and devotion of the mouse one morning over on the..ahem...elderly's LOTPW thread. Struck some nerves or it may have woke them. Not sure which.
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  8. Posts : 12,726
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       #18

    Tony K said:
    Not really. I just expressed my deep love and devotion of the mouse one morning over on the..ahem...elderly's LOTPW thread. Struck some nerves or it may have woke them. Not sure which.
    Sounds like abuse of the elderly to me. Oh wait, I guess that would be elderly on elderly abuse.
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  9. Posts : 5,833
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       #19

    Edwin said:
    I had one that would lay down, (wouldn't wanna reach up over the keyboard constantly!)
    Can't find em anymore!
    Working construction one has hands out in front most of the time. That I could handle. It's the keyboard that may be an issue.

    What size is that tablet there? Looks to be around 16" to 18".
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  10. Posts : 5,833
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       #20

    essenbe said:
    Sounds like abuse of the elderly to me. Oh wait, I guess that would be elderly on elderly abuse.
    Ok, ok, but I was the youngest retiree there.
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