Yeah, its not worth the sacrifice IMO, arguments like portability are valid, but space-saving, in this case doesn't make any sense.Aesthetic is a valid reason IMO, to each his own. Money-saving, maybe a bit, not a lot though. I just can't digest that space-saving argument from desktop users.
Budget for the same would be?I don't want to open a new thread. Please suggest me a good mouse. I purchased two Logitech wireless mouse. Both are showing problems. They double click in a single click. Even after changing the double click settings in windows to minimum, the issue does not get resolved. Then I purchased a HP wireless mouse and keyboard combo. Battery does not last for even 2 months. Presuming may be wireless mouse got issues, I purchased a dell wired mouse. After 1 month it also started showing click issues.
Please suggest me a good wireless mouse. My old logitech lasted for more than 2 years.
If it lasts 1 year. My HP keyboard mouse combo didnt even last 6 months.I have a G304, my usage is quite normal and does not involve gaming. I just needed a wireless mouse with a good quality hence I paid nearly 3.5K for it. After all this, I am facing double click issues just after 1 year with normal day to day tasks. Sigh. I do regret the purchase. One might as well buy a regular 1k wireless mouse-keyboard combo and change every year if anything stops working and not in warranty.
Yeah, not a good choice for me as well. Been using it for few days and mouse is small for my palm (wrist feels tense after few hrs of use) and there is more than usual gap b/w numeric and Fn keys (hoping muscle memory will adjust to this in few days but seems like bad design).Avoid Logitech MK345 combo, the mouse is so bad that i got double click issue within 5-6 months, 2 times.