05-14-2012 02:48 AM
That is a question that tempts an off-colour response, but I will refrain and say that the answer is "No".
I have two unifying keyboards sat next to one another for the two PCs on my desk. I sometimes sit with one keyboard on top of the other one. Never seen a hint of interference.
That is the whole point of unifying technology.
Just another customer.
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