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Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by selvage, Mar 27, 2011.
i wanted to see what good options are out there. i need one thats good for photo editing.
Bluetooth Apple Keyboard + Magic Trackpad.
I do PS and the trackpad doesn't seem to be a problem for me.
Wacom intuos 4 and logitec keyboard.
Apple Keys and Logitech MX518
Any mouse can be good for photo editing, as long as you're comfortable on it.
I use a Logitech V220. Cheap mice, but they feel and work exactly the way I want a mouse to work. I don't use an external keyboard. I keep the lid open and use both screens, stacked vertically. Laptop below and 23" monitor above it.
bluetooth keyboard and magic mouse
Apple Wireless Keyboard and Razer Orochi
Razer Diamondback thats about 5 years old and a Logitech illuminated keyboard. I also use a high performance mousepad thats very smooth. The mouse tracks wonderfully on it allowing great performance.
I'm using an Apple Wired Keyboard and a Logitech MX1000. Sadly the MX1000 is getting to the point where it needs to be replaced and they don't make a good equivalent anymore (Logitech's new flagship mouse doesn't have a cradle! ) so it's probably going to eventually be replaced with a wired MX518 or something similar. One less battery to charge, at least...
Apple USB keyboard w/numeric keypad + Magic Trackpad (on the left) and Magic Mouse (on the right).
Best of both worlds
Apple Bluetooth keyboard and Magic Mouse.
This is my situation except my mouse is the MX Revolution.
I'm debating getting a Magic Mouse. I also have a Razer Naga for gaming but I don't use that as my day to day mouse. The button setup is pretty game specific.
I'm using an Apple BT Keyboard and Bluetooth Logitech MX Revolution. It's a pain since it's only included in a keyboard/mouse combo that Logitech sells but it's worth it (Logitech Cordless Desktop MX5500) in case you want a really nice Logitech BT mouse.
how do you use these windows keyboards with the mac? do you have to download special software to get it to work? do you use the windows key for the command key?
No special software required, as the old ads used to say, it just works.
Yeah, you just plug it in and it works. Windows Key = Command Key.
I use my G700 mouse when playing any type of game on my MBP. I can't customize the profiles on my Mac itself so I have to set the profiles on my desktop PC and then transfer them to the mouse's memory. Then it works just fine on my MBP.
Macally IceKey black and Magic Mouse (had a Revolution MX that died on me after 3 months).
Bluetooth Keyboard - Magic Mouse - Magic Trackpad
Magic Mouse and Logitech diNovo Edge
Apple wireless keyboard and my ancient logitech mx1000.
Bluetooth knock-off apple key board and wacom tablet.
I have a Microsoft 6000 wireless keyboard and mouse. The dongle for this is plugged into my external monitor. If I need to use my desktop PC just attaching the monitor swaps over the keyboard and mouse.
Was actually shocked it worked so well and is able to wake the Mac from sleep when the lid is closed over.