Black Wireless Multimedia Keyboard & Optical Mouse - £10.99 + Del @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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I bought some of these for PC's I built for friends. The only disappointing thing is the range (like if you plan on controlling your media player from bed or another room)...other than that I think it's an excellent deal :)


Features:

Keyboard

* Full Size UK Layout with Numberpad
* Slim Laptop style Key
* All Black with Stylish Silver edge Surround
* 11x Multimedia Hotkeys with media scroll wheel
* UK Layout
* Batteries Included
* 1.5M Wireless Range

Mouse

* 5 Button programmable Mouse with Scroll Wheel
* 800dpi Optical Sensor for precision movement
* USB Recharge cradle/stand
* Rechargable Batteries Included
* 1.5M Wireless Range
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#1
ViewSonic Wireless CW2206Keyboard and Optical Mouse set(S020134)
£7.65

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£11.64

£2.04

Comes to £13.68 for me!?
banned#2
Voted hot, great price. :thumbsup:
#3
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0125813_C0000138_P0000000.jpg

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125813

I can recommend this one also. It's the same price and includes the same mouse as the ops. They both have laptop keys so the keyboards are slim. The large silver disc is a volume control.
#4
Looking for something similar but on bluetooth. Any ideas?
banned#5
Although this is a good dal, i have bought 2 set of wireless keyboard/mouse sets, you seen realise the true cost of these things is very expensive when you start changing the batteries in them every few weeks, The cheaper they are the more batteries they go through. We have a Microsoft wireless mouse at work, I only need to change the batteries once a year. So my advice is stay away from the cheap brands as you will be changing batteries every month or so and get frustrated when you want to use your computer but cant coz its out of batteries. I eventually got fed up and went back to a good old, basic, realiable wired mouse & wired keyboard.
#6
Roccostan;2577698
Although this is a good dal, i have bought 2 set of wireless keyboard/mouse sets, you seen realise the true cost of these things is very expensive when you start changing the batteries in them every few weeks, The cheaper they are the more batteries they go through. We have a Microsoft wireless mouse at work, I only need to change the batteries once a year. So my advice is stay away from the cheap brands as you will be changing batteries every month or so and get frustrated when you want to use your computer but cant coz its out of batteries. I eventually got fed up and went back to a good old, basic, realiable wired mouse & wired keyboard.


These particular mice charge themselves up in the dock provided. 2x AAA NiMh Rechargeable batteries are supplied.

The keyboard uses 2x AAA alkalines, also supplied. I've only changed these batteries once so a years use has cost me 2x AAA alkalines, 50p at most. I can't say I'm a heavy keyboard user but they do appear to last a long time.
#7
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Roccostan;2577698
Although this is a good dal, i have bought 2 set of wireless keyboard/mouse sets, you seen realise the true cost of these things is very expensive when you start changing the batteries in them every few weeks, The cheaper they are the more batteries they go through. We have a Microsoft wireless mouse at work, I only need to change the batteries once a year. So my advice is stay away from the cheap brands as you will be changing batteries every month or so and get frustrated when you want to use your computer but cant coz its out of batteries. I eventually got fed up and went back to a good old, basic, realiable wired mouse & wired keyboard.


You come on a site all about getting bargains....... and you use disposable batteries?

Unbelievable!

Well, here is the biggest bargain of all - get some rechargeables and a charger, the savings are as big as anything that ever gets posted on here!
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#8
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bingsy;2577863
These particular mice charge themselves up in the dock provided. 2x AAA NiMh Rechargeable batteries are supplied.



Unfortunately not all mice do have this arrangement, but all those I have come across run fine on NiMH rechargeables anyway.[/SIZE]
#9
at this price it's gotta be ****! Looks like another wasted £10.99
#10
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ifa;2578503
at this price it's gotta be ****! Looks like another wasted £10.99


I would suggest that not a lot of items posted on this site are going to be up to your high standards then, as stuff like this is precisely what gets posted

www.harrods.com might be more your thing.
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#11
Trust XpertTouch Wireless Optical Deskset DS-3400D UK seems a better deal to me. £17.64 from europc.
http://www.europc.co.uk/pages/ProductPage.aspx?PID=86762
#12
bingsy
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/P0125813_C0000138_P0000000.jpg

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125813

I can recommend this one also. It's the same price and includes the same mouse as the ops. They both have laptop keys so the keyboards are slim. The large silver disc is a volume control.


It's actually NOT the same mouse. The original one is a 5-button model while this one only has 3. It might not make a big difference for most people but I can't use 3-button mice anymore now I'm used to the extra 2 buttons. It saves so much time when you're browsing the web! By default they act as your Previous / Forward buttons in the toolbar.

Great deal for a pack that includes not only a 5-button mouse but also a multimedia keyboard, same here, the extra keys make life a lot easier. What's more, it's wireless... So it's got to be hot for me!

I like the design of that other keyboard though, it looks classier... It would be worth posting it as a separate deal.
#13
V good price. However, if, as the OP suggests, you might want to control your media center from your bed, the mouse is a bit difficult to use.

Although these http://www.ebuyer.com/product/106486 are more (currently £19.99 @ eBuer) they are a much better device for a "portable" keyboard as opposed to one you are using on a desktop, as you have a built-in trackball (plus scroll buttons etc). I have had this one for a year now to control my under-TV PC. Never changed the batteries and even wifey quickly got used to it.

I originally bought the (expensive) Microsof t equivalent - can't remember why, but there was something about it I didn;t like - so I resold it within a week, and replaced with this one. Only small issue has been that when the computer is brought out of hibernation (Vista) sometimes not all of the keys work. Easily resolved by unplugging and re-inserting the USB dongle.

Voted hot anyway for price.
#14
I'm pretty sure this is almost identical to the one that I have. It's nice, but the problem is that the middle mouse button on the wheel is very hard, it's not like the soft click on the mouse.

Since I use it alot I found this to be quite annoying!
#15
nihcaj;2578566


[SIZE=3]I would suggest that not a lot of items posted on this site are going to be up to your high standards then, as stuff like this is precisely what gets posted[/SIZE]

[SIZE=3]www.harrods.com might be more your thing.[/SIZE]


You people irritate me. Someone makes a remark about the quality of a VERY cheap item not being great in the quality department and you make some stupid remark about Harrods. Sometimes the cheapest option is to go for the best quality item you can afford rather than going for the cheapest tat you can find......

Buy a logitech or microsoft desktop. They won't be much more expensive and they'll last longer and use less power.
#16
never buy wireless sets that arent made by logitech or microsoft, the others will just fail, full stop. It is normal for wireless keyboard sets to fail within six months.
#17
gazter;2579849
never buy wireless sets that arent made by logitech or microsoft, the others will just fail, full stop. It is normal for wireless keyboard sets to fail within six months.

Never suggest to a Hotcheaptatdeals member that they should spend more and buy a quality item! It's not unusual for them to prefer buying stuff that is just going to break in 6 months than something that will last for years.
#18
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306maxi;2579561
You people irritate me. Someone makes a remark about the quality of a VERY cheap item not being great in the quality department and you make some stupid remark about Harrods. Sometimes the cheapest option is to go for the best quality item you can afford rather than going for the cheapest tat you can find......

Buy a logitech or microsoft desktop. They won't be much more expensive and they'll last longer and use less power.


Oooh... I am a "you people" now.... a new experience! I am thrilled as I have never been one of them before! EVER!

Odder than that.... [COLOR=Red]"[/COLOR][COLOR=Red]Sometimes the cheapest option is to go for the best quality item you can afford rather than going for the cheapest tat you can find......"[/COLOR] is something I couldn't agree with more - The ENORMOUS difference is that I do use, and indeed put big emphasis on the word SOMETIMES,when applying this, and only have a go when people make a big issue that EVERYTHING follows this maxim, as it does NOT, it very much DEPENDS on a lot of things.
Having some first hand knowledge counts for a lot, and usually that is totally missing from any post of this sort.

Now, if [/SIZE][SIZE=3][COLOR=Red]"at this price it's gotta be ****! Looks like another wasted £10.99 "[/COLOR][/SIZE] [SIZE=3]is not an over-generalisation, and a distinct absence of the concept of "sometimes" then I don't know what is!
This sort of comment is total drivel, and is the one sure-fire proof that someone doesn't have the beginnings of a clue about what he is taking about. A little knowledge (too little) in this case goes a long way :-(

I would tend to put it in the same category as it is "Netto/Lidl/Aldi/Whatever, it's got to be c***" and something like that is posted every day somewhere on here, and those people are definitely going to be a lot happier at Harrods than here, as they clearly don't have the mindset to work out what bargains and good buys actually are:-(
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#19
This WILL be decent quality, but for me it is perfectly fine - why? Because I WANT it to break in 6 months time so I can buy a NEW one. I don't want to look at the same bloody dreary KB for years on end!

SO although a microsoft one will last longer, it will cost much more. (Plus I don't want to buy microsoft ****, they can shove it!)

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