no wires

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By: Linus Ekenstam - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

David Dennis on the pros and cons of wireless peripherals.

If in getting rid of your wires it proves to be more effort to use the new system than to just deal with the cables in the first place, then guess which one you're going to go with?


Author:Khürt Williams

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