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Belkin Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard & Mouse Desktop Bundle is £21.89 or less delivered from Sendit.com

For NEW customers, Quidco gives 6% cashback.

Using Bluetooth wireless technology, Belkin brings you freedom from cables and fast, simple control of all your computing devices. The Bluetooth Wireless Desktop includes the Bluetooth Wireless Optical Mouse, the Bluetooth USB Adapter, and the Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard in one convenient package.

Designed to fit in your right hand, the Bluetooth Wireless Optical Mouse gives you ergonomic comfort with optical precision. Now you can navigate your desktop up to 10 metres away from your computer. Designed to set up simply, the Mouse and Keyboard work with any PC that supports the HID profile and Bluetooth technology. The included USB Adapter enables your computer with Bluetooth technology, allowing you to connect up to seven Bluetooth devices, including your keyboard and mouse, as well as printers, PDAs, and more simultaneously. The Bluetooth Wireless Keyboard gives you the accuracy and high performance of a conventional keyboard along with the functionality of fifteen keys for multimedia control and Internet access.
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#1
Good price - this is about £30 at SVP.
#3
That one is £19.97 + £5.99 delivery or Collect at Store. Unfortunately it isn't Bluetooth, only standard RF.
#4
does the bluetooth adapter also act as a universal bluetooth reciever ???
#5
oh yes it does ! fantastic price then, and also belkin are a very good company...lifetime guarantees and all that.
[mod]#6
Nice deal edi, thanks http://www.cheatsws.com/hukd/1.gif
#7
Guys,

This is the first deal I've taken up on this site, although I have been an avid lurker for a couple of weeks now. I also took up the option of joining Quidco too. So, Edi, congratulations on breaking in a HotDeals/Quidco virgin, and thanks for the deal.

:thumbsup:
#8
[SIZE=2]He he...[/SIZE]

[SIZE=2]Pleased that you joined us. Warm welcome to you :-D [/SIZE]
[mod]#9
So, Edi, congratulations on breaking in a HotDeals/Quidco virgin, and thanks for the deal.


Wohooo!! Welcome to hukd's ricpaton and thanks for your first post .. looking forward to seeing you posting in the forums! http://www.cheatsws.com/hukd/103.gif
#10
I purchased one of these some months ago when they were on offer at Staples for around £35 if i recall.

I had lots of trouble, and whilst Belkins support is very good, they had no answer to the technical problems I was experiencing, they also had no products to replace it with, so they swapped it for a Wireless, non bluetooth one.

It made me believe they were having lots of trouble with bluetooth keyboards.

I was using a set of batteries every 10 days in the keyboard, it would often need me to re-insert the batteries to make a bluetooth connection.

I would not have another Belkin Bluetooth keyboard after all the hassles I had.

The plus side, is that Belkins support is good, and most of their products have a lifetime warranty, however, their keyboards and mice do not.

Mark
#11
ukcobra

I had lots of trouble...

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I would not have another Belkin Bluetooth keyboard after all the hassles I had.


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******! (edit: Heh, I see there is an online word censor! :lol: 2 posts in and he's at it like a sailor.. ;))

Let's hope this has impoved, Mark. I'll let people know if I run into problems once I get mine delivered.

Out of interest, were you running a specific setup? I'll be using mine for work, which is a standard XP Pro setup on a fairly stock Dell.

Thanks in advance.

Ric.
#12
ukcobra

It made me believe they were having lots of trouble with bluetooth keyboards.


I think there is some truth in that - bluetooth wireless peripherals and controllers do generally use more power than the (cheaper) non-bluetooth wireless ones.

Dave.
#13
Just ordered mine, for the price I think its worth a go.. an if its rubbish can always just use the dongle to send files to and from my mobile phone.. or sell the bundle on ebay. Good find an lets hope its as good as it looks on the tin :thumbsup:
#14
Has anybody received one yet?
#15
Yes I have received mine, came within a day or two. After installation I did have some problems though as Mark had mentioned in his thread however after a little digging this is NOT a problem with the Belkin hardware/software more a problem with XP Service Pack 2. It has a bug where the default Microsoft bluetooth driver is installed instead of the Belkin one. For me this manifested as being able to connect the devices via bluetooth yet they would cut out as soon as they stopped transmitting (5 mins or so I think - in order to save batteries) and every time I rebooted I needed to "reconnect" via the bluetooth dialogs the keyboard/mouse.

Don't be disheartened though, the good news is that it's a pretty simple fix for this. Have a read of this.. Solution: Windows XP SP2 problems with WIDCOMM Bluetooth driver.

I followed the first post actions (using the drivers in that were installed into the C:\Program Files\Belkin\Bluetooth\Bin) and it's all turned out peachy.

Obviously all this only needs to be done for Windows XP. Can't comment on other MS Operating Systems or Unix/Linux.

Hope this helps.

Ric.

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