Which is better wireless keyboard or a wired keyboard?
I want to know clearly which would be better one?
I prefer wireless, it is much easier to move around, use from a distance, not mess with cords. I'm not sure why anyone would prefer a wired one.
it depends on your requirement infact! if you need to keep the keyboard fixed in one place like a computer table then a wired one is better option
see this for detailed explanation about wired vs wireless keyboard
I like using wired keyword, it is no battery needed.
Wired Keyboard: cable disorder
Wireless Keyboard: you need charge battery frequently
Depends on your needs.
For example i've a pc in my living room and i control it from my couch with this wireless mini keyboard: http://wirelessminikeyboard.net/logitech-dinovo-mini/
but i don't think that's a good choice for a normal pc.
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