Question about Logitech Wireless Access Duo Optical Desktop Keyboard/Mouse KBWIREOPT
Ah, wireless keyboards and mice...
The problem with using most wireless electronics in applications as sensitive as computer use, is that so many things share a close proximity of frequencies. Many wireless routers use 2.4 ghz frequency, as do many cordless phones. Interruptions in wireless products are, unfortunately, a part of the deal as of yet. This 'could' be making it miss a key.
Keyboards are also notorious for allowing a very low number of buttons to be active at one time. It may be that your typing speed and style has you accidentally pushing more buttons than the keyboard allows periodically.
It could be a defect, a not perfect connection on the 'board' of the keyboard that doesn't line up perfectly every time a key is pressed. Only expect this if the same key(s) repeatedly miss.
Lastly, it could be that you're just not used to the tension and feel of the keyboard yet. I know it took me awhile to get used to my laptop keyboard when I first bought it, after using the same desktop keyboard for near 5 years!
Hope my answer was inclusive and conclusive enough. Happy Holidays!
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
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