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What is the best wireless mouse/keyboard combo for under £30

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
See a lot of deals for these around the site, just wondering what you guys would recommend.

Range, ease of use and comfort all important.

Thanks!

This would be for a PC.
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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
MAC or PC?
#2
JonnyTwoToes
MAC or PC?


PC... I once met a copper called PC Mackintosh

/true story bro
:-D
banned#3
Frukoz
PC... I once met a copper called PC Mackintosh

/true story bro
:-D


He must have been confused!

Not great on PCs to be fair.
MAC man really.
#4
This one. I'm currently using it and its brilliant!
banned#5
I prefer microsoft stuff myself (sorry no links, i dont have a specific one in mind) I just find them on balance to be most comfortable in the long term
#6
dontdothatagain
This one. I'm currently using it and its brilliant!


Lol, I love how the pic hey choose for their "wireless desktop" has a wire coming out of it!

Thanks for the advice, what's the range like?
#7
Frukoz;8608962
Thanks for the advice, what's the range like?


I dont use it much further than 10m on rare occasions. Works fine. :)
#8
dontdothatagain
I dont use it much further than 10m on rare occasions. Works fine. :)


Sweet, 10m is more than enough! (bed to comp is about 5m :p)
#9
£10.99 @ Ebuyer express (ebay outlet).
£11.97 @ Tesco. (Technika)
Microsoft Wireless Optical Desktop 700 Keyboard And Mouse - £17.99 delivered @ play.

The play one is best imo. :)
#10
If you know how to touch type, this one. £24.65 delivered

http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/201002111649291.jpg
#11
i'm using a trust ds 4400-d

battery life is amazing, i've had to change the batteries like once in 12 months (and i'm a heavy pc user), which was my main concern when i was buying
#12
SUMMONER
If you know how to touch type, this one. £24.65 delivered

http://img.misco.co.uk/images/uploadedimages/Gallery/large/201002111649291.jpg


Cheers mate, I went with this one in the end.
#13
Frukoz;8635961
Cheers mate, I went with this one in the end.

Just remember, if you use less than 8 fingers to type you will hate this keyboard.
#14
SUMMONER
Just remember, if you use less than 8 fingers to type you will hate this keyboard.


Yeah, its all good I can mroe orrr lsss tuch tyep :-D

Besides, you can't really knock this for forcing you to type properly. Couple of months and Ill be a expert!

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