[WriteLog] keyboard

Jim Rhodes k0xu at longlines.com
Thu Jan 1 22:00:50 EST 2009

I guess I should add that I do use a bluetooth keyboard and mouse on 
the desktop and for all contests. I do not run high power and have 
never had any problems that I can attribute to the wireless. Only 
weak batteries.

At 09:39 AM 1/1/2009, Jim Rhodes wrote:

>I have a touchpad on the laptop and use it when I am too lazy to get
>out the wireless mouse, or am working where there is no surface
>available to run a mouse over. I never could get used to the
>trackball I tried. So this is not a direct comparison. The touchpad
>required an adjustment period before I felt comfortable with it. I
>still feel less accurate with it and once in a while I will still
>bump it with a trailing finger and jump the cursor halfway across the
>screen. I have never felt comfortable enough with it to use it during
>a contest. YMMV
>At 07:52 AM 1/1/2009, Courtney Judd K4WI wrote:
> >Hi all,and HNY! I am looking for some advice on keyboards. I am thinking
> >about purchasing a wireless keyboard with built in trackball. I have found
> >several on the internet...most made by Adesso...some with trackball; others
> >with touchpad. I currently use a trackball;  prefer it over a standard
> >mouse. How does a touchpad work? Am I going to like going to a built in
> >all-in-one for contesting and general logging with Writelog and/or DX4WIN?
> >Any comments or suggestions welcomed! 73's Cort K4WI
> >
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Jim Rhodes K0XU
jim at rhodesend.net

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