By now, you’ve probably noticed that you have two keyboards to choose from.
One for your mouse, and one for your keyboard.
What if you don’t have a keyboard, or you want to use two keyboards at once?
What about a dual-keyless gaming mouse?
How to switch the mouse between the two keyboards?
We’ve put together this guide to help you learn how to switch mice on the go.
First, a disclaimer: this guide is for people who are familiar with the basics of mechanical keyboards, but are still learning about switches.
The most important thing to remember when switching is that you should always use the mouse that you’ve used for a while.
In other words, if you want a different mouse for the same game, you should change to the new mouse.
This also means that if you have the same mouse but the same brand, the brand you’re switching to should be the one you’re using in the first place.
For example, if I want a Corsair C720M, I would switch to Corsair C722M, and the Corsair C710M, which are both based on the C720 and C720C.
If you’re unsure, just go with whichever mouse you’re comfortable with.
Now let’s get to it.