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t3hl33td4rg0n
03-27-10, 04:29 PM
FS: Input Devices (Keyboard/Mouse)

Item 1: Logitech MX5500 Revolution Bluetooth Keyboard/Mouse Combo
Price: $95 shipped
Product Page: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/keyboards/keyboard_mice_combos/devices/3481&cl=us,en
WIDCOMM Information: http://www.ehow.com/about_5091201_widcomm-bluetooth.html

This is the Logitech MX Revolution 5500 keyboard and mouse combo. The bluetooth adapter has impressive range, works through walls and floors (I used to use it on my porch to control my media player). Only had to change the batteries on the keyboard once during ownership. Mouse comes with a charger, I usually got 4-5 days usage per charge.

Items in use for about 8 months. All the buttons are in perfect working order. Bluetooth adapter is fully BT2.0 compliant

NOTE: You can also use the DiNovo SetPoint drivers (they come with WIDCOMM software) so that you can use the BT dongle for other bluetooth devices (ie: headset, phone, PDA, etc). Just an FYI, when Logitech packages the WIDCOMM software, its usually out of date, but I have a workaround so that you can use the latest WIDCOMM software.

*** Full Package 1
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-fp-01.jpg


*** Full Package 2
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-fp-02.jpg


*** Keyboard Shot
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-kb-01.jpg


*** Mouse Shot 1
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-ms-01.jpg


*** Mouse Shot 2
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-ms-02.jpg


*** Charger
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-ch-01.jpg


*** Bluetooth Dongle
http://xntek.com/misc/fs/mx5500-bt-01.jpg



Item 2: Razer Mamba Wireless/Wired Gaming mouse
Price: SOLD

ragejg
03-27-10, 04:43 PM
This stuff would be a very welcome upgrade for my media PC. I'm not feeling as fuzzy about my Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 as I used to.

If I can get some bites on selling my wireless setup and yours is available still, I'll probably hit ya up. :)

How has that MX revolution mouse worked in gaming? I understand it's an 800dpi mouse but... maybe does it feel like a Damn Good 800dpi mouse? If it's better than "acceptable" at gaming I'm down with it. :p

t3hl33td4rg0n
03-27-10, 05:10 PM
This stuff would be a very welcome upgrade for my media PC. I'm not feeling as fuzzy about my Wireless Laser Desktop 6000 as I used to.

If I can get some bites on selling my wireless setup and yours is available still, I'll probably hit ya up. :)

How has that MX revolution mouse worked in gaming? I understand it's an 800dpi mouse but... maybe does it feel like a Damn Good 800dpi mouse? If it's better than "acceptable" at gaming I'm down with it. :p

Actually, the reason I am selling the mamba so that I can pick up another MX revolution lol, but I prefer my MS sidewinder X6 keyboard over the Logitech one. No point in keeping the whole set if I'm not going to use the keyboard. I will miss the Bluetooth feature though.

I really like the feel of the MX revolution mouse and I have gotten used to the extra buttons. Personally, I never had any problems with it and its worked well in gaming IMO. I dont need a 10 billion dpi mouse lol.

ragejg
03-27-10, 05:15 PM
Right on. I just need something around the same quality as the Wireless Laser 6000 setup, with maybe a bit better gaming performance.

t3hl33td4rg0n
03-27-10, 05:26 PM
I would say its step up personally, the wireless range is awesome, and the extra buttons is a definite plus. Plus I always felt the tracking is very good and theres no lag as far as I could tell.

ragejg
03-27-10, 05:41 PM
Oh and I forgot to mention that I need better range. I can't put my 6000 past the middle of my coffee table & would like to be able to lounge a little easier. :p I've read some reviews on your setup and it seems ideal. Lemme see what I can do; it might take a couple weeks, & if someone else hops on this before me it's all good. :)