Looking for : Laser Mouse and keyboard

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Hi

Knowing that i live in France (40 USD to import from USA which is expensive)
I am currently looking for :

1) A Laser mouse (around 25 - 50 euros)
is this one good :
Mouse : http://www.amazon.fr/Logitech-Laser-Souris-ordinateur-portable/dp/B000U75V02/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1215797826&sr=1-1
Mouse pad : http://www.amazon.fr/Hama-Tapis-souris-extra-laser/dp/B000LXXRB0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1215800439&sr=1-1

2) a Keyboard (around 75 euros)
- Must be Qwerty (not easy to find here)
- Backlight if possible
I found one without backlight, but is it good ?
http://www.amazon.fr/Microsoft-Digital-Media-Pro-Keyboard/dp/B000FM7BGY/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1215692993&sr=1-2
 
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Logitech are usually good. I couldn't understand what is the second item... is it a pad for the mouse? if it is, you probably don't need one. Laser mouse's don't need a pad.
About the keyboard, I don't see what it's all about. Unless you use it a lot (and then you should buy ergonomic keyboard), any keyboard should satisfy you, at least as I see it...

Anyhow, I couldn't read any details, I don't know French...
Good luck.
 

JPC

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1 ) That is the same mouse in amazon.com (in english)
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000TKHBDK/?tag=pfamazon01-20
- i dont have a notebook, but it should work on a PC right ?
- yes the second item is a pad, its because on my computer desk, the wood is wearing away, theres holes everywhere, not a very flat surface, and i prefer keeping some precision.

2) that is the same keyboard in amazon.com
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002CPBUK/?tag=pfamazon01-20
- and i dont want a ergonic keyboard with keys that are not straight. I prefer staying with a keyboard where keys are all aligned XD

can you tell me if the keyboard and mouse that i think i will be buying soon are good, i mean that i wont have any bad surprises ?
 
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It supposes to work on a PC too. Though, you should notice two things:
1) It connects through a USB. Not a big deal, but I rather PS/2. The USB connection requires more process time. As I said, not a big deal, but I prefer to buy a USB-PS/2 transformer.
2) I understand it a small mouse, which is why it's for notebooks. I don't think it'll be very comfort... But as you want.

About the pad, you don't have to spend so much. What I do in such cases is just taking a small piece of carton or Bristol board, cover it with an old/used paper, and here you have! a shiny new pad.

Keyboard - as I said before, keyboard is a keyboard is a keyboard (I hope this saying exist also in English), as long as you don't need a very comfort keyboard, I see no reason for hesitations.

I've never tried this specific products, so I'm sorry, but I can't ensure there will be no bad surprises...
 

JPC

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Its ok, i have a USB-PS/2 converter.
but since u just told me the mouse was small, ill look for another one
this one looks good :
French : http://www.amazon.fr/Logitech-G5-Souris-Laser-USB/dp/B000NIJ438/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1215886818&sr=1-4
English : https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000ODN7VM/?tag=pfamazon01-20

For the mouse pad, i have already used Carton for 2 years, but every 2 weeks it gets dirty, and i have to change. For 8 euros, its worth it for me to buy a clean thing.

For the keybaord, i was just wondering, if for about the same price : 35 euros, i could have something better.
since i dont want to pay 40 euros transport taxes, i only have choice between those for QWerty keyboards :
http://www.amazon.fr/clavier-qwerty-Informatique-High-tech/s/qid=1215887236/ref=sr_nr_n_0?ie=UTF8&rs=13921051&keywords=Clavier qwerty&bbn=13910731&rnid=13910671&rh=n:13921051,k:Clavier qwerty,n:13910731
 
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