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Choosing the Right Mouse & Keyboard

Picking a Keyboard

When you buy a PC, consider choosing a new keyboard to make the most of your experience. You'll find ergonomic keyboards with features like a split layout and palm rest to keep your wrists at a natural angle and a separate numeric keypad for comfortable data entry. Ergonomic accessories can make computer tasks easier.

Computer Mice Options

Easily navigate with a Mac or PC mouse featuring an ergonomic design. You'll find mice with an arc shape, sculpted shape and soft rubber grips. Stay comfortable while navigating with an ergonomic trackball mouse for computer work, which reduces hand and wrist motion. You'll find trackball mice that can accommodate multiple users in your household, with ambidextrous designs that allow right- and left-handed operation. Ergonomic mouse pads offer things like a comfortable slope and memory foam to conform to your wrist while you use them. If you're using a touch-screen device like a 2-in-1 laptop, a stylus can make it easier to take notes or create detailed sketches on your device.

Mac Computer Mouse

If you're using a Mac computer, consider a Mac mouse that can allow you to easily navigate through applications with features like force-sensing side buttons and a scroll ball. Optical technology provides accurate cursor movement on most surfaces without the need for a mouse pad.

PC Gaming Accessories

Take your gaming to the next level with a gaming keyboard and gaming mouse designed for today's intense games. Consider a mechanical keyboard that produces a click sound as the switch connects, which can reduce the number of errors when typing so you don't miss a keystroke. You'll also find keyboards that feature extra macro keys you can program with a complex string of commands to trigger with a single keystroke. Consider the DPI (dots per inch) and polling rate of a mouse to make the best choice for gaming. Mouse sensitivity is measured in DPI and the higher the DPI, the more sensitive and accurate. The polling rate refers to how often the mouse sends data to your computer.