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Check back with us on how it's working out when you start wearing bifocals or trifocals.
George Thomas said:Check back with us on how it's working out when you start wearing bifocals or trifocals.
Please, no. Tom Cruise reportedly had to take frequent breaks due to arm fatigue.
Paul Miller said:
I once had a mouse which was superb.It was a brand name I've never heard of and it was very cheap and made in China. It had a wheel and forward and back buttons as well as the left and right buttons. It was big and hand shaped (shaped to fit your hand when placed over the mouse with groves for your ring finger and pinky). It was very comfortable to use, but it only lasted a couple of years and I have never seen a mouse like it since.Oh well ...
Jens Kutilek said:
Logitech for life! These things last at least 10 years of heavy usage.
a Microsoft Natural 4000 Keyboard.
I’d be curious to know how the Wacom users in this thread have been getting along with the newer tablets, drivers and OSs. I used an Intuous 3 for almost 10 years but had to stop around OS 10.10 (i think?) as it was no longer supported. Since then I’ve unsuccessfully used the new Intuos Pro on various retina screens (it does matter. On a standard screen it’s stable). On a retina screen It’s just way too jumpy and fast or just plain slow depending on the setting. This of course assumes the tablet is used in mouse mode.
But I’ll try anything, so currently I’m messing around with the Contour Design RollerMouse Red Plus, the Elecom HUGE trackball, the Magic Trackpad 2 and the good old Kensington Trackball.