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it works perfectly as a remote control when I'm watching movies on the computerNever considered watching movies on the computer. The whole point of watching a movie IMO is to get away from the computer :)
[edited by: lawman at 11:05 am (utc) on Jun 14, 2017]
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Never considered watching movies on the computer.
Memo to self: Do not trust keyplyr's smoke detector.The "smoke" detectors I have do not use 9 volt batteries, they use lithium. They are combo CO, other gases, heat and smoke. Higher end for my studio. Got a deal so I also use them for my home.
I don't buy wireless keyboards or mice without a switch to turn off the batteries. I wear-out keyboards about once a year. The last wireless keyboard/mouse set I bought even had a driver to install that put them to sleep if not in use, in addition to the on/off switches.
I use the on/off switches. Still, batteries die :(
My keyboards last a lot longer than that. Being a touch typist helps...I'm a pianist. My fingers hit the (computer) keyboard fast and hard. Eventually a few of the keys stop being responsive, which is why I get a new keyboard once a year on average.
Y'know, it's called a pianoforte for a reason...Ya think?
I'm a pianist. My fingers hit the (computer) keyboard fast and hard
your existing MIDI keyboardMIDI keyboard? Yeah right :) I stopped playing plastic in the late 70s. I have a 7' 6" Concert Grand Piano that's the envy of every pianist that records on it.
I stopped playing plastic in the late 70s.
At various times in my life, one or another of my parents has tried to unload a piano on me. I've always frantically declined, thinking that a piano is all well and good--until the moment you move cross-country and suddenly the mover is raking in more money than the instrument is worth.Don't move cross-country :)