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Logitech Cordless Desktop EX 110 - £16.99 Delivered @ Play,com

£16.99 @ Play.Com
Seen this @ play,com looks like a nice deal. Info from official website: Convenience * Reliable Wireless: Enjoy fast 27 MHz wireless performance. * One-Touch Controls: Access music, vide… Read More
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9y, 8m agoFound 9 years, 8 months ago
Seen this @ play,com looks like a nice deal.

Info from official website:
Convenience
* Reliable Wireless: Enjoy fast 27 MHz wireless performance.
* One-Touch Controls: Access music, video, volume, email, internet and more.
* Programmable F-Keys: Easily set them to open favorite apps, sites or files.
* Spill-Resistant Design: Protect your keyboard from accidental drips or splashes.*

Mouse Precision
* Quick-Response Optical: Experience the definition of 800 dpi.
* Scroll Wheel: Page through documents with ease.
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#1
http://www.logitech.com/repository/37/jpg/114.1.0.jpg
http://images.play.com/covers/912301x.jpg
#2
was just eyeing this up the other day :) thanks
Remember the 2% (maybe 4%) with quidco @ play.com

ebuyer has them for the same price
http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=93725&_LOC=UK
#3
The sleek Cordless Desktop® EX 110 makes it incredibly easy and affordable to go cordless-in style. Quick and simple to set up, keyboard and mouse perform as reliably as any corded product. An 800-dpi optical mouse responds instantly, tracks precisely and provides maximum freedom. One-touch media controls make music or video-playback easier - and more fun. Launch your Internet home page, email or onscreen calculator-all from the keyboard. Plus, navigate the web or close your browser with convenient left-hand buttons. Keyboard is spill-resistant too. It's a superb combination of quality, value, comfort, and great looks. 5-year guarantee.

Voted hot, good find... 5 year guarantee is fab :)
#4
Could I use this with the xbox 360? EDIT: the Keyboard?
suspended#5
I would imagine so if it uses USB
#6
I needed a nice new keyboard, so thanks!

Good deal I guess. Although I don't really know much about keyboards but seems looks a good one!

Voted hot
#7
BadBoyTC
http://www.logitech.com/repository/37/jpg/114.1.0.jpg
http://images.play.com/covers/912301x.jpg


These the same keyboard?

If you look closely, the top pic has a small enter key, and the bottom pic has a bigger one...
#8
hrmm the bottom pic is from play and the top from logitech. Id say go with the bottom image
#9
Bottom is British, top is American. Its vital otherwise, it'll annoy you. (It annoys me anyway).
#10

Add the Home Delivery and everything and it's £21.69 which still isn't that bad.
#11
Cant stand those tiny Enter keys! Hope its the British one on the site.
#12
Hi all - my first post - what a fab site this is!

I thinking about this keyboard/mouse combo for my new Dell laptop, but does anyone know if I can just use the mouse on its own and still type on the laptop keyboard. I won't need the keyboard all the time when I'm around the house but the mouse would be useful!

If I can't I'll just have the get a seperate mouse but the keyboard would be handy too!
#13
runboy
Hi all - my first post - what a fab site this is!

I thinking about this keyboard/mouse combo for my new Dell laptop, but does anyone know if I can just use the mouse on its own and still type on the laptop keyboard. I won't need the keyboard all the time when I'm around the house but the mouse would be useful!

If I can't I'll just have the get a seperate mouse but the keyboard would be handy too!



Yeah you can use the mouse on its own and still use the laptop keyboard, you need to plug the receiver for the mouse and keyboard into the ps2 slots for the mouse and keyboard on your laptop. The keyboard will work but you should still be able to use the laptop keyboard also.

Incidentally, I have this keyboards predecessor and it has been pretty great. Its not rechargeable though, which is its only drawback but lasts pretty well on normal batteries. I have noticed that for some reason it likes just cheapo batteries (philips etc) instead of Duracell, hmmmm

Great buy - now do I need another - jk
#14
These are the ones that Dell ship - currently cheaper than wired...
#15
runboy
Hi all - my first post - what a fab site this is!

I thinking about this keyboard/mouse combo for my new Dell laptop, but does anyone know if I can just use the mouse on its own and still type on the laptop keyboard. I won't need the keyboard all the time when I'm around the house but the mouse would be useful!

If I can't I'll just have the get a seperate mouse but the keyboard would be handy too!


It should work with no problems, the Logitech Keyboard will be linked to the wireless reciever thing plugged into the Laptop so you can still use that if you want to or you can use the existing keyboard on the Laptop and the mouse which is linked the reciever thing too.
#16
This is exactly why I hate this site, I really don't need one of these, but i was close to getting one! Had to refrain myself from going near the buy button!

good deal! Just dont need one lol
#17
Yeah, I've just got one of these from Dell and it's fantastic. Can't recommend it enough!
#18
Thanks for the replies, I've put an order in!

And I agree with one of the other posters - I hate these bargains as they are too good to miss ;-)
#19
Gaz
Yeah, I've just got one of these from Dell and it's fantastic. Can't recommend it enough!

hi if your a gamer do you get any lag when useing mouse ? as my m8 has a £30 cordless mouse from ms but lags bad. thx
#20
Thaks op. Ordered.
#21
If you want to pick one up instore, then Staples has them at £17.99
#22
Got them off of Amazon for about £16 a few months back.

Keyboard is lovely, takes AAA batteries and I'm still on the first set.

Mouse tracks well and fits hand nicely, but the wheel is very noisey and feels brittle. On my 3rd set of batteries for the mouse now.
#23
Logitech makes really good cordless keyboards,I only ever buy Logitech ones when needing new ones,tempted to buy....
#24
Great offer, got this in PC World in sale last year for £15. Really comfortable to type on, mouse is maybe a little on the small side (although I was used to a mx700 before... so maybe that's why :whistling:).
#25
I got one of these a while back in argos after I killed my last keyboard/mouse set.

Keyboards great only gripe I really have with it is the mouse seems to be a tad heavy on the batteries probably worth investing in a set of rechargeable AA's

I use ni-mh ones with it and it Doesn't seem to cause a problem apart from when they go flat you sometimes don't get much notice (so keep a couple charged ready to swap them over)
#26
Would these work with a Mac Mini?
#27
I said this the last time this keyboard and mouse set were posted up but I'll say it again :)

The keyboard is a joy to use and type on. The mouse, however, is very much lacking in quality in comparison. The buttons are pretty bad (a little unresponsive and feel like they're going to come off) and the mouse's response times in general aren't great. It is definitely usable, though, and if you're upgrading from a ball mouse and all keyboard I'm sure you'll find the keyboard to be a dream to use and the mouse to be an improvement at least.
#28
is it compatible with 360 and ps3?
#29
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If you want to pick one up instore, then Staples has them at £17.99


This price only applies on-line. I've just been to Staples and the in-store price is £29.99. I did, however, find a much better deal IMHO and have just posted it - the Logitech LX710 cordless desktop with laser mouse half price in-store at £24.99.
#30
Play has the Logitech EX 110 back in stock at £17.99.

Just ordered one. :-D
#31
Got it today !

Works like a dream. :-D

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