http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/1530-2009-build-your-own-pc-components-keyboard-mouse When it comes to keyboards and mice there is a lot of personal preference. Because the mouse and keyboard are used to interact with the computer, the size and shape of the mouse and the lay out, look and feel of the keyboard you choose, is individual to you. Whether your are building your first gaming PC yourself, a budget computer, or just interested in learning what goes into a computer these lessons will help you get there. Look for a mouse that fits well in your hand, with buttons you can easily reach. This lesson is part of a comprehensive series of lessons created by Home PC Builder that will guide you through the process of building your computer (including sets of video lessons for internal components, external components, installation, and setup). You can purchase all 28 lessons in the course and save 46%. http://www.mindbites.com/series/25-2009-build-your-own-pc-components-install-setup For a DVD of this full series, please refer to https://www.homepcbuilder.com. The other video lessons included in the External Component series include: Pt 1/3 Monitor - http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/1529 Pt 2/3 Keyboard & Mouse - This Lesson Pt 3/3 Speakers - http://www.mindbites.com/lesson/1547 You can buy all 3 external component lessons as a series and save 17% http://www.mindbites.com/series/21-2009-build-your-own-pc-internal-components This mouse and keyboard component lesson covers Mouse Buttons and Wheels: The different options available on mice and their functions Mouse Tracking Methods: Optical and Laser are covered Tracking Sensitivity: How it is measured and ways of using higher sensitivity settings Types of Keyboards: Keyboards shapes, feel and gaming keyboards Connections: How mice and keyboards connect to the computer Wired and Wireless Pricing: The range of mouse and keyboard prices In the installation lessons well show connecting both a mouse and keyboard to your computer (www.mindbites.com/lessons/1546). The supplemental file below contains the complete written information from the video and is available to download after you buy.
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