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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 06-17-2007, 11:42 PM
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Cmuncy, how long have you been in Willis? I have been on this site for 6 years and never noticed that you are in Willis TX. I live of FM 2432.
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I just took my mouse and left the room with my computer shut the door walked about 20 ft away and the mouse still worked. COOL! didn't think I could leave the room and it would still work. You definitely do not need to be inline of sight, it works nicely through the wall.

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I took mine in the other room, clicked, and it unlocked my truck. Right clicked and it started. Gotta remember that and the phone if I ever lock myself out of my truck.

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Does your display have USB connections on it? Many of the newer LCD displays have built in USB hubs. If so, you could connect the Heyboard and mouse to the display then have only the display cables going back to the PC. Or, look at getting a seperate USB hub that can be brought out to the desk.

Either way, this will give you USB connections at the desk so you can connect USB devices such as cameras or memory sticks without having to go to another room where the computer is to connect them.

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