Hey folks, this is somewhat OT, although the devices must work with linux :)
I'm looking for a wireless keyboard & mouse combo (or seperate, don't mind)
which will work well over a fairly long range, 10 meters or more.
I've done a fair bit of digging, and have found some potentials,
although they all tend to be US keymaps - a UK one would be preferable.
They are also a little pricy, but thats not a huge issue.
Also, some of the models I found use 2.4G RF, is this likely to interfer with
local wireless networks ? - I seem to be pretty ignorant of wireless tech :)
Preference would be for the classic UK keyboard and a real mouse rather
than trackball, pad or nipple.
Any recomendations of models or local (UK/IE) suppliers would be appreciated.
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