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ConfusedUser
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Registered: ‎07-11-2008

Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

I'm looking into getting two RF keyboards+mice (same model) and use them in a small room. Will it be a problem, will I have interference problems?

Does anybody has experience with this type of setting? Any advice? Do I have to go with bluetooth?
If they should work is there a limit how many can work in a room? (let's say a computer lab) What's the limit for RF and what is for Bluetooth?

Thanks.
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CJChew
Posts: 6,545
Registered: ‎06-21-2007

Re: Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

Hi,
 
There shouldn't be any interference problems using two keyboard-mouse sets in the same room.
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ConfusedUser
Posts: 2
Registered: ‎07-11-2008

Re: Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

Thank you for the response, this helps.

How about having 20 such sets in a computer lab? One next to another...
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CJChew
Posts: 6,545
Registered: ‎06-21-2007

Re: Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

Hi,
 
That shouldn't be a problem. We have multiple cordless devices in use hear and haven't had any problems so far.
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shipwrecked
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-26-2008

Re: Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

I've recently had a problem with this.

I'm using a wireless Logitech MX3200 keyboard and a Secure Connect mini receiver on my workstation. I've got a wired mouse (I use the wireless mouse on my home system).

My coworker uses a wireless Logitech travel mouse with a receiver labeled 810-000215 (not sure of the product name). He sits about 25' away.

We've had this setup for about two months with no problems, but as of today, whenever he uses his mouse, it controls the cursor on my screen.

We've both tried restarting our computers, but the problem persists. Does anyone know of a way to reset or manually change the frequencies of our gear to fix this?
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rlowens
Posts: 6,594
Registered: ‎05-22-2006

Re: Is it possible to use two wireless keyboads/mice in the same room?

Try reconnecting your mouse and receiver:
1. Press and release Connect on the receiver
2. Press and release Connect on the mouse

You may need to also have you coworker do the same on his mouse and receiver, but not at the same time as you.

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