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Hewlett Packard (HP) DT527A Standard Keyboard - £5.99 @ Play

£5.99 @ Play.Com
Next cheapest one which I found is amazon £13.55 Apparently HP keyboards have excellent reviews on amazon Dimensions (WxDxH) : 45.8 cm x 16.3 cm x 2.5 cm Weight : 0.9 kg Localisation : En… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Next cheapest one which I found is amazon £13.55
Apparently HP keyboards have excellent reviews on amazon

Dimensions (WxDxH) : 45.8 cm x 16.3 cm x 2.5 cm
Weight : 0.9 kg
Localisation : English - United Kindom
Connectivity Technology : Wired - PS/2
Cables Included : 1 x keyboard cable - integrated - 1.8 m
OS Required : Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP
Manufacturer Warranty : 1 year warranty

•HP Standard Keyboards represent a design extension of the successful Easy Access keyboards.
•Expanded configurability by allowing the keyboard to sit upon the desk at either zero-degree (flat), 6-degree or 12-degree slope through the use of the keyboards tilt legs
•Wide range of configurable slope options to maximize your comfort when using these keyboards
•Same layout and tactile characteristics as the previous keyboards
•Incorporates a spill-drain feature to minimize damage from accidental fluid spill
•Recyclable product (painted strip is removable in a Recycling Center)

It is now £5.00 DELIVERED
- Adnan786
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#1
http://olimp.sklep.pl/zdjecia/product/29713,original,1,hp-standard-basic-keyboard-2004-ps-2-uk.jpg
1 Like #2
Using one at work right now. Utter rubbish - no media controls.

Not even a mute button :(
#3
Good quality keyboard - I've used these for years at home and work - yes they don't have media controls etc. but they last forever and are comfortable to use.
#4
Good keyboard,

Well built & heavy.

I game on it every night.
#5
Not very nice to type on, but a reasonable price for a cheap keyboard.
#6
Great keyboard! Using one now, great to type on
#7
How noisy or quiet is this? My Compaq one is v noisy and looking for a quiet replacement.

Thanks
#8
No more nosier than other keyboard's I've used. Using it now.
#9
wouldn't say it was particularly quiet to use, but certainly not as loud as the off-white keyboards of old.
#10
Sliwka
Who you are? Soothsayer "Close your eyes mmmmmmmmmmm"


Yep, I predict this dropping to £5 delivered very soon! ;)
#11
It's also PS/2 which may be a deal breaker for a lot of people.
#12
Skyboat
It's also PS/2 which may be a deal breaker for a lot of people.

Thats an extremely valid point.
#13
One of the best keyboards.... bar none. Ive been using this one for years and game on it every night (and have for years). they're go good that when someone mentioned they might change them, I bought two as spares.
#14
In the photo it looks like its got a U.S. keyboard layout.

(Look at the where the @ symbol is)
#15
isherdholi
In the photo it looks like its got a U.S. keyboard layout.

(Look at the where the @ symbol is)

"Localisation : English - United Kindom" (sic)

Looks like they're just using a stock picture.
#16
So does the UK one have a full size return key? I can't seem to get away with these compact sizes.
banned#17
Just ordered one for a fiver. I always look out for full size keyboards with the space around the arrow keys and between the full size enter and the 'power 6' keys. Cheers OP.

Edited By: Adnan786 on Apr 01, 2011 15:04
#18
Marek
So does the UK one have a full size return key? I can't seem to get away with these compact sizes.
The HP keyboard I am typing this on is called a KB-0316 and its return key spans two rows, if that's what you're after.
#19
I do hope people have noticed that these are not USB keyboards. I know it's been pointed out but I fear some people might have a nasty shock, and the "PS/2-USB adaptors" you can buy only work if the keyboard has the intelligence to understand the protocol - they don't have any chippery inside them. OP: perhaps you should make that clearer in the description? (It was obvious for me from the photo but some people might not notice.)

Edited By: pibpob on Apr 01, 2011 15:30
#20
Now its £5
#21
Utterly crap keyboard. Had one at work and hated using it. Replaced it with a Lenovo one from home. Replaced the Lenovo with Filco Majestouch, but that's another story.

Reading the comments though there seems to be a split between people who like it and those who don't.

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