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    are there any known issues or drawbacks using a wireless mouse or keyboard with 2020?

    thanks
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    I use a wireless mouse all the time - no issues. Should be the same for a keyboard?
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    thank you
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    I use both with no problems.

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    Ditto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by budreiser View Post
    Ditto!
    Been using a wireless setup for years, not a single problem with MSFS
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevinfolsom View Post
    I use both with no problems.
    I do also and do not have any problems.
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    Same here. I have an excellent Logitech wireless keyboard & mouse. Before these I was using cheap Teknica ones (Tesco). No problems with any of them.

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