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I am awaiting delivery of a second iMac for my wife which we plan to place in the same room as my iMac. With two computers relatively close by will we have problems with the wireless mouse and keyboards interfering with each other?

I did a search and couldn't find this subject- if this has been answered before my apologies.

Thanks for any help.
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You'll be fine once the devices are paired.

To ease the setup make sure your existing Mac is off during the initial setup of your new one

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Totally agree with mrplow. I have two iMacs just over 20 inches apart and have never had any difficulties.

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