Amene kiyibodi ndi mbewa Ndiyenera Ugule PC My?

Which Keyboard and Mouse Should I Buy for My PC?

Mamie mukufuna m'malo kiyibodi wake wakale ndi mbewa ndi zinthu zabwino. Pali zambiri zimene mungachite …


Zoyendetsedwa ndi Guardian.co.ukNkhaniyi lotchedwa “Amene kiyibodi ndi mbewa ndigule kwa PC wanga?” linalembedwa ndi Jack Schofield, pakuti theguardian.com pa Thursday 13 October 2016 08.55 UTC

My Dell kompyuta wa yikidwa mawaya kuwala mbewa ndi kiyibodi akupeza pang'ono yaitali dzino, ndipo Ndikufuna kutibwezera. Kodi mukupangira chiyani? Ndi zipangizo opanda zingwe sikuthandiza, kapena kodi inu kosalekeza ayenera recharge ndipo m'malo mabatire wosatha? Ine ndingakhoze kukamukhudza-mtundu, koma luso langa ndi dzimbiri pang'ono. Mamie

Keyboards ndi mwina ndi nkhani ya kukoma, ndi ntchito kabwerebwere chililaka mfundo zambiri. Mwanjira ina, ngati inu ntchito nthenya kiyibodi nthawi yokwanira, inu azolowere izo. Inu mwina angafike izo.

kuti zambiri, pali zokonda atatu akulu, ndi ena overlaps pakati pawo. Izi ndi: keyboards chikhalidwe, keyboards lakutali, ndi keyboards ergonomic.

Monga kukhudza typist, Ndine zimakupiza wa keyboards chikhalidwe ndi mafungulo makina amene alemba ndi zambiri kuyenda. Zimachokera kwa anthu pakumva kutayipa pa wakale Remington yowongoka inamangidwa ngati thanki, ndiye anakhala angapo zaka zambiri ndi IBM Model M, umene ena amati ndi kiyibodi abwino kuposa zonse.

anthu ena mafani mofanana lalikulu la keyboards akutali ndi mafungulo mosabisa kuti ndi kuyenda zochepa. Yoyamba anaonekera pa Sony Malaputopu (ngati inu mukufuna kuwerenga ndi Sinclair sipekitiramu a "akufa thupi" Baibulo), koma Apple opangidwa chabwino zotayidwa chitsanzo kwa Macs zake zonse mu umodzi.

Palibe chikaiko njira imene dziko kiyibodi zikuchitika. Mawotchi keyboards ndi bulky ndi mtengo popanga. keyboards akutali zimakhala zazing'ono, ndi wotchipa kwambiri kuti. Iwo abwino Malaputopu kuti ngakhale n'kakang'ono kuposa keyboards mawotchi. anthu ambiri tsopano kuphunzira kutayipa pa keyboards izi akutali - kapena mafilimu keyboards - kotero ine dikhira kuti iwo akhale pafupifupi ankakonda aliyense.

Komabe, keyboards makina n'ngotchukabe ndi zovuta kupeza, makamaka ngati mulibe amakana zotsatira zapamwamba Mipikisano mtundu kuunikira. Iwo akusungidwa moyo byPC opanga masewera, amene mayankho mofulumira ndi N-chinsinsi rollover ndi nkhani (pafupifupi) moyo ndi imfa.

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The drawback ndi mitundu onse kiyibodi kuti muli ndi kupotokola polumikizira dzanja lanu kuzigwiritsa ntchito. Choncho, polumikizira dzanja lanu muyenera kukhala mu mzere ndi manja anu. The njira ergonomic ndi anagawa kiyibodi kuti aliyense dzanja wakhazikitsa yake ya mafungulo.

Ambiri ergonomic owerenga kiyibodi ndi anthu achikulire amene ndi mavuto mkono kapena dzanja monga RSI (mobwerezabwereza choipa kupsyinjika) ndipo / kapena carpal syndrome mumphangayo. keyboards ergonomic wotsika mtengo kwambiri kuposa imfa ya ntchito, kapena milungu ya physiotherapy katswiri, kuti Nthawi zambiri ovutikawa.

Popeza anasangalala maphunziro awiri physiotherapy, Ndikupemphani anthu kugwiritsa ntchito keyboards ergonomic mavuto asanafike, osati pambuyo pake.

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Ndinu Dell wosuta kotero mungakambirane wina Dell kiyibodi. Mwachitsanzo, ndi Dell luso ndi ndani-8115 ali ndi mbiri yabwino, ndipo mungapeze atsopano wotchipa (mwachitsanzo £ 6,99) pa eBay. keyboards atsopano Dell ndi, monga KB-212-B ndi zitsanzo zofanana, nawonso njira zina ntchito pa.

Mwinamwake, Ine ndingalingalire kuyendera masitolo kuti kugulitsa keyboards, monga Maplin ndi Currys PC World, kuyesa angapo ndipeze mukufuna. Onse Logitech ndi Microsoft kupereka zambiri options. The Logitech M20 ndi kunena wogulira pa £ 18,99, kuphatikizapo khoswe. Lofanana Microsoft ndi yikidwa mawaya 600 pa £ 24,99, kuphatikizapo mbewa.

Ngati mukufuna lathyathyathya, Apulo-kalembedwe kiyibodi, kuyang'ana Cherry Khwalala JK-0300GB pa £ 29,99. Pali komanso Cherry Khwalala mu chakuda kwa £ 34,17. Baibulo opanda zingwe, ndi Cherry DW 8000, ndalama mowonjezera (£ 54,65) koma zikuwoneka mtengo wololera. Osachepera, ndi mtengo kuposa njira kwa Matias (£ 84,98).

Ngati mukuona ngati pakuika chinachake zambiri makolo, ndi Cherry G80-3000 ndi wotsika mtengo (£ 60 kapena) kwa kiyibodi kuti ndi mafungulo Zoyenera, ndipo adzakhala Sankhapo wanga. The Corsair Masewero keyboards - likupezeka pa masitolo Maplin a - nawonso ofunika tione. Pali, kumene, njira zambiri zodula, kuphatikizapo Filco Majestouch-2 (£ 114) ndi kiyibodi The (£ 127,67).

Zodabwitsa ndizakuti, you can still buy IBM Model M-style keyboards. IBM spun off its printer and keyboard businesses to form Lexmark, and when Lexmark moved to cheaper keyboards, some former employees carried on the old business as Unicomp. Mu UK, you can buy these and many other fine keyboards from The Keyboard Company. They’re the experts.

Ergonomic choices

If you decide to try an ergonomic keyboard, the Microsoft Comfort range provides a baby step forward. I started with a Comfort Curve 2000 but today’s Microsoft Natural Ergo Keyboard 4000 (£36.48) is a better choice. After a while, I wanted to increase the split so I picked up a new Fujitsu KBPC E (£56.18, but I paid £30 on eBay). Popita nthawi, the split naturally got wider, and I’m now ready to replace it with a Kinesis Freestyle2 (£80.68), which has mechanical keys.

When the Wirecutter website looked for the best ergonomic keyboard, it picked the Microsoft Sculpt (£61.18 including mouse). The review provides a good guide to picking a keyboard, and your personal preferences may lead you to a different conclusion – as mine did. Komabe, the Sculpt is a good choice for anyone who doesn’t know what to buy, and is willing to adapt to an ergonomic layout.

Mousing around

I’m not too fussy about mice nowadays, and tend to use whatever comes with the PC or keyboard. When they fail, I pop into a local shop and buy something in the £10 to £15 range. I’m currently using an HP 5-button Optical Comfort Mouse, and I do find HP’s Comfort Grip comfortable. Kumene, both Logitech ndi Microsoft also make decent mice, though most of them are wireless models.

Someone with smaller hands might well prefer a smaller mouse design, but again, it’s a matter of taste.

As before, the serious money is in gaming mice, which can cost over £100. I might be tempted by the Razer Abyssus (£34.99) or the fierce-looking Corsair M65 RGB (£45.50) with back-lighting, but I can’t see the point for my humble purposes, such as playing FreeCell.

Ergonomic mice have also passed me by, usually because they feel unnatural – at least at first – and cost silly money. Komabe, I’ve just noticed that Anker Vertical Ergonomic Optical Mouse prices start at around £10, so I’ll add one to my Amazon Basket.

Wired or wireless?

Most gamers use corded mice and keyboards, and the accepted wisdom is that wired peripherals work better. With my typing and reaction speeds, I can’t tell the difference. Komabe, wired peripherals are generally more reliable, in that they never drop the Bluetooth connection, and they never run out of juice.

Under normal working conditions, your keyboard and mouse will not be very far from your PC. It should be possible to route the cables to avoid any snagging problems. ngati ndi choncho, I can’t see the point in paying extra for wireless versions.

Komabe, if distance is a problem, it may be better to use a wireless keyboard and mouse. Komanso, you may prefer wireless peripherals for other reasons, including aesthetics. That’s up to you.

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