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Default [Q] Good Bluetooth Laser Keyboard

Okay, so my school just auctioned off a Bluetooth Laser Keboard and the cash went to charity. I didn't get the keyboard, because my IT supervisor told me they're not all that good and I should just get a regular keyboard.

I was wondering if there were any good quality laser keyboards? Something $150 or less. A used one is fine. Also, what about things not working? I haven't really seen anything about them and wanted to know if people knew more about them or had good experiences.

I've seen things in different threads, but they're all dated 2010-2012. I'd prefer something more up-to-date. LoL!!

Thanks for any help. I like the thought of having one, that's why I want to waste my money on something like that.
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I owned two, 3-4 years ago, the Celluon version one by its main competitor (since gone out of business, or bought by Celluon, or something). Neither worked well. I recently bought the Celluon evoMouse (it was on massive closeout discount somewhere) and found it to be just as unsatisfying. It just seems like one of those technologies that is an absolutely amazing idea but which requires a real finesse to make it actually preferable over a conventional keyboard/mouse, and they just haven't gotten it quite right yet. It's just inaccurate enough, just flaky enough, just whatever enough to make me give up on them and go back to a regular keyboard.

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Okay, so my school just auctioned off a Bluetooth Laser Keboard and the cash went to charity. I didn't get the keyboard, because my IT supervisor told me they're not all that good and I should just get a regular keyboard.

I was wondering if there were any good quality laser keyboards? Something $150 or less. A used one is fine. Also, what about things not working? I haven't really seen anything about them and wanted to know if people knew more about them or had good experiences.

I've seen things in different threads, but they're all dated 2010-2012. I'd prefer something more up-to-date. LoL!!

Thanks for any help. I like the thought of having one, that's why I want to waste my money on something like that.
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Thanks. That's what I was afraid of. I won't waste my money then. LoL!!

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