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labtec wireless keyboard and mouse £9.99

neUpstart Avatar
8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
Seen these in my local morrisons today. These are the same ones from ebuyer. http://www.ebuyer.com/product/114091

The Labtec Ultra-Flat Wireless Desktop is a fusion of great functionality, stunning looks, and the freedom to work without wires. You'll enjoy an ultra-flat keyboard that complements the design of today's PCs and components. The low-profile, soft-touch keys let you type comfortably and quietly. You also get one-touch buttons to control music and video playback, and access e-mail, your favorite Internet pages, and Windows folders instantly. The matching wireless optical mouse delivers excellent tracking, and consistently smooth performance.
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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
did i say say keyborb lol
its late:oops:
#2
:giggle: Looks like you made a keyboob. :giggle:
#3
T--J
:giggle: Looks like you made a keyboob. :giggle:


think i need to go to bed:lazy:
#4
got from local morisson for £9, as posted here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/190873/labtec-wireless-desktop-kb-mouse-9/
sorry
banned#5
dont forget you'll need loads of batteries or rechargeables. I went wireless but ended up going back to wired as I was fed up with having to change the mouse batteries every week! They always seemed to run out just when you were into some time critical work :(
#6
csiman
dont forget you'll need loads of batteries or rechargeables. I went wireless but ended up going back to wired as I was fed up with having to change the mouse batteries every week! They always seemed to run out just when you were into some time critical work :(


Thanks for the info, forgot about the battery cost that you incur with this type of product.

John:thumbsup:
#7
csiman
dont forget you'll need loads of batteries or rechargeables. I went wireless but ended up going back to wired as I was fed up with having to change the mouse batteries every week! They always seemed to run out just when you were into some time critical work :(


I was pleasantly surprised when my first laser mouse was so efficient in battery

LOgitec MX™620 Cordless Laser Mouse
# Extended battery life: Go up to a year without replacing batteries—longer if you use the on/off button. A battery power indicator eliminates surprises.

I have the MX600 which is bundled with the Cordless Desktop® MX™ 3200 Laser combo. The mouse has been left on and used for week and a half now on recchargeables : the rechargeable NiMH which keeps its charge for a year like alkalines. Fab.;-)
Note not all Logitec mice have this low lowe power usage.
#8
csiman
dont forget you'll need loads of batteries or rechargeables. I went wireless but ended up going back to wired as I was fed up with having to change the mouse batteries every week! They always seemed to run out just when you were into some time critical work :(

I have a set of Hybrio AA batteries which I keep specifically as a backup for my mouse. They hold their charge almost as well as non rechargeables so when the mouse starts playing up I can swap them out in an instant. Then I can recharge the regular batteries at my leisure and put them back in the mouse and quickly recharge the Hybrios and pop them back in a draw.
The whole thing takes about two minutes of my actual time which I find worth it as I’d hate to go back to using a corded mouse.

I bought the batteries when Asda were selling them for £3.15 for 4.
banned#9
Agharta;2240647
I have a set of Hybrio AA batteries which I keep specifically as a backup for my mouse. They hold their charge almost as well as non rechargeables so when the mouse starts playing up I can swap them out in an instant. Then I can recharge the regular batteries at my leisure and put them back in the mouse and quickly recharge the Hybrios and pop them back in a draw.
The whole thing takes about two minutes of my actual time which I find worth it as I’d hate to go back to using a corded mouse.

I bought the batteries when Asda were selling them for £3.15 for 4.

Yep - i did use rechargeables but I still had to change them weekly which I just found plain annoying.

As long as the cord is taped to your desk with slack in the cord then it doesnt seem any difference to me from wireless. Its not like you use them from a distance.
#10
csiman
As long as the cord is taped to your desk with slack in the cord then it doesnt seem any difference to me from wireless. Its not like you use them from a distance.

My desk is fairly compact and I move stuff around and off the desk quite a lot so cables are a pain. Each to their own as the saying goes. :)
banned#11
Agharta;2240886
My desk is fairly compact and I move stuff around and off the desk quite a lot so cables are a pain. Each to their own as the saying goes. :)

Fair enough :thumbsup:
#12
picked up on of these today. Bought a mikoni keyboard from arsegos last week and it is absolute rubbish the keys keep on sticking, and the mouse button is really stiff, and the mouse does not track tidy. will be taking this back and returning it and getting my money absolute s**t. . THanks to the mod for finding this saved myself £6 and i got a better keyboard. and a really responsive mouse.. Argos £14.99........ morrisons £9.00 and a better keyboard.....# / mouse


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