Best keyboard I've ever had was a Macally Ice. Smooth, crisp action, beautifully designed, and very durable. Except that, like a lot of 3rd-party keyboards, it didn't always play nice w/OS X. Things like fsck almost never worked properly, and a few keyboard shortcuts didn't work at all. I eventually went back to Apple's own.<br><br>
I bought a new Kensington about a month ago (same one we were talking about before) and although I knew any of the mice would work (I wasn't looking at cordless) I specifically looked for the OS X finder icon on the package. Same reason I bought a D-Link router. I vote with my pocket book.<br><br>
Yeah..sometimes I think that's just what I'll do. <br><br>Some of the software is nice and really configurable, but it gets a little ridiculous...<br><br>"Look...I can press this favorites key on my new Logitech keyboard and the toilet flushes!"<br><br>
Loc: Lancaster PA USA
What I have to wonder though, is that even if LogiTech says they're dropping Mac support, don't you kind of figure that 5, or even 10 years from now a new LogiTech mouse will still be useable under Mac OS-whatever via their present driver? I can't imagine that much change happening between now and then.<br><br>
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