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Logitech mice there are two computers in the same room, and we have the same exact brand wireless mice, when we are playing an mmro game, our mice interferes with each other. When one is moving mouse, the other mouse cannot respond to other computer. Any way to fix this interception?

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Make some more distance between computers/mices.

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