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Hi,

I plan getting Edifier R1580MB and Logitech MX3 mouse for my Dell laptop.

Is it a good choice?🤔
Trying to simulate @Edwin , setup..😉

Hoping to hear your expert thoughts...

Thanks.🙏
 

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No experience of the edifier but the mouse is a good choice
 

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No experience of the edifier but the mouse is a good choice

Is this a gaming mouse, or universal since my work involves more of office, touchpad/trackpad gives me issues .

Any other recommendations...

Thanks again!
 

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Is this a gaming mouse, or universal since my work involves more of office, touchpad/trackpad gives me issues .

Any other recommendations...

Thanks again!
A mouse is mouse regardless of its specialty. I have a steel series rival 710, Firmly a gaming mouse but more than capable of normal things lol. And for the money of that mx...yeah i'd be going for something else.
 

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Is this a gaming mouse, or universal since my work involves more of office, touchpad/trackpad gives me issues .

Any other recommendations...

Thanks again!
Logitech MX Master 3 is universal.. great mouse
 

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A mouse is mouse regardless of its specialty. I have a steel series rival 710, Firmly a gaming mouse but more than capable of normal things lol. And for the money of that mx...yeah i'd be going for something else.

Which would you be going for?

Thanks.
 

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Any thoughts about Edifier R1580 2.0 speakers...do they have a decent audio?

Thanks 🙏
 

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Which would you be going for?

Thanks.
Whenever im buying something, I research, find out what the best ones are( price isn't usually an issue for a mouse etc for me) whether it be razor, steel series or logitech, those are review wise the top 3 brands( peoples opinions may differ ofc) that's just mouses. Keyboards are a different ballgame but you didn't ask about those :p search for the best mouses of the year, look at several articles, there will be few( as I said some opinions will differ but it's generally those 3 brands. The mx isn't one of the models just an FYI) gaming mice are generally better spec wise than a non one. It doesn't mean you can only game on it and no it doesn't need to look crazy with insane lights either lol
 

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A mouse is mouse regardless of its specialty. I have a steel series rival 710, Firmly a gaming mouse but more than capable of normal things lol. And for the money of that mx...yeah i'd be going for something else.
MX master 3 is almost always on a sale here and there... In Europe 65€ atm. Hard to find similar with both Bluetooth and 2.4 connection

and I'm also very satisfied with regular M705. No bluetooth though
 

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Whenever im buying something, I research, find out what the best ones are( price isn't usually an issue for a mouse etc for me) whether it be razor, steel series or logitech, those are review wise the top 3 brands( peoples opinions may differ ofc) that's just mouses. Keyboards are a different ballgame but you didn't ask about those :p search for the best mouses of the year, look at several articles, there will be few( as I said some opinions will differ but it's generally those 3 brands. The mx isn't one of the models just an FYI) gaming mice are generally better spec wise than a non one. It doesn't mean you can only game on it and no it doesn't need to look crazy with insane lights either lol

Thanks for sharing your expert thoughts.

PS: Which ext keyboard would be your take.
 

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MX master 3 is almost always on a sale here and there... In Europe 65€ atm. Hard to find similar with both Bluetooth and 2.4 connection

How many BT devices could be connected to the laptop. Is there a limit? Like keyboard, mouse, speakers, cell phone... apologize for my ignorance.☺️

Thanks.
 

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How many BT devices could be connected to the laptop. Is there a limit? Like keyboard, mouse, speakers, cell phone... apologize for my ignorance.☺️

Thanks.
Sorry, have no idea.

Google says:
You can connect your laptop to multiple Bluetooth devices as long as your laptop is running the latest version of Bluetooth, which is 5.0. The good thing about Bluetooth 5.0 is that it allows one primary device to connect with up to seven different devices simultaneously.
 

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Is this a gaming mouse, or universal since my work involves more of office, touchpad/trackpad gives me issues .

Any other recommendations...

Thanks again!
I currently have the Logitech MX2 mouse (will get the MX 3 later) and it is an excellent mouse, especially for office apps work, which I also use. It's also a good gaming mouse if you're a gamer as I am. I'm 99.999.9 percent sure you'll love the mouse once you get it and experience it.

I can't speak on the Edifier speakers as I've never used them. For me, I'm running the Audioengine A5+ powered speakers with SB sub, but that combo will run you about $700 bucks.

Good luck.
 

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I currently have the Logitech MX2 mouse (will get the MX 3 later) and it is an excellent mouse, especially for office apps work, which I also use. It's also a good gaming mouse if you're a gamer as I am. I'm 99.999.9 percent sure you'll love the mouse once you get it and experience it.

I can't speak on the Edifier speakers as I've never used them. For me, I'm running the Audioengine A5+ powered speakers with SB sub, but that combo will run you about $700 bucks.

Good luck.


Appreciate sharing your expert thoughts.

Thanks again!
 

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Any thoughts about Edifier R1580 2.0 speakers...do they have a decent audio?
Check out a few reviews on YouTube. They seem to be a mid-range speaker, decent value for the money..., I can't comment about the sound though.

As far as the MX Master 3 mouse is concerned, I have 3 now..., I'll probably never use another mouse in my lifetime!
Best normal usage mouse on the planet, to date!
 

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Best and small footprint computer speakers I've ever had (and probably not available any more) -- beautiful sound for small speakers and 2 different inputs so you can switch (via a mixer knob) between the 2 inputs gradully -- i.e not one or the other -- you can adjust the mix between the 2 inputs !!" -- I bought those over 25 years ago and they beat anything on the market today for their size.

Still going strong today in daily use. You don't even need a "woofer" with these. They still blow anything even 6 times their size away these days even though they only have analog input.

Also in a smallish office you don't need mega surround sound and all that B/S -- that's fine for large rooms with a huge Snooker sized TV screen (or several screens) in it but my private work space isn't trying to replicate a Sports Tavern or a Hotel Lobby.

Bose Media Mate speakers -- still using daily I've got the white ones but they look like this. Absolute toppers in their class --

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Check out a few reviews on YouTube. They seem to be a mid-range speaker, decent value for the money..., I can't comment about the sound though.

As far as the MX Master 3 mouse is concerned, I have 3 now..., I'll probably never use another mouse in my lifetime!
Best normal usage mouse on the planet, to date!

Thanks @Edwin , was waiting to hear from you.

I like the setup you posted, with Logitech mouse webcam and edifier speakers!

Decent looking, sleek, clean one.
 

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Best and small footprint computer speakers I've ever had (and probably not available any more) -- beautiful sound for small speakers and 2 different inputs so you can switch (via a mixer knob) between the 2 inputs gradully -- i.e not one or the other -- you can adjust the mix between the 2 inputs !!" -- I bought those over 25 years ago and they beat anything on the market today for their size.

Still going strong today in daily use. You don't even need a "woofer" with these. They still blow anything even 6 times their size away these days even though they only have analog input.

Also in a smallish office you don't need mega surround sound and all that B/S -- that's fine for large rooms with a huge Snooker sized TV screen (or several screens) in it but my private work space isn't trying to replicate a Sports Tavern or a Hotel Lobby.

Bose Media Mate speakers -- still using daily I've got the white ones but they look like this. Absolute toppers in their class --

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Cheers
jimbo

Woh awesome, you're lucky, but sad aren't available anymore..
Anyways thanks for sharing, appreciate it!
 

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