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I was looking for this wireless keyboard and mouse combination for a long time and the best price I could find was hardly below £25. Finally Amazon are offering it for only £16.99 and using super saver, you'll save for delivery cost.
Order it now (I just did myself) and if the price goes lower, you can claim the difference in 30 days. ;-)

Technical Details: Product Description: Logitech Cordless Desktop EX 110 - keyboard , mouse * Device Type: Keyboard * Localisation: UK * Connectivity Technology: Wireless - RF * Wireless Receiver: USB / PS/2 wireless receiver * Key/Button Function: Internet browsing, multimedia, calculator * Localization and Layout (DA): UK * Features: Spillproof * Cables Included: 1 x keyboard / mouse adapter - external * Battery: 4 * OS Required: Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP * Manufacturer Warranty: 5 years warranty
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#1
I don't know this one at all, but just for info - previous Logitech wireless keyb/mouse packages I've had ripped through batteries like nobody's business. They might be the devils spawn, but I find Microsoft packages much better, more reliable, easier on batteries - and I've called Support 2 years after buying one with a problem and they've sent a replacement (later version too) out straight-away.
I've had this one for years and only changed the batteries once:
http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=25356049997&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X3Jldmlld3M=&product_uid=88758
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OP link fixed ;)
banned#5
I've always worried about having a wireless keyboard, surely it can't be hard to tap into someone's bluetooth connection and log all your keystrokes.
#6
lumoruk
I've always worried about having a wireless keyboard, surely it can't be hard to tap into someone's bluetooth connection and log all your keystrokes.

Don't think this is blue tooth
#7
I have had one of these keyboards on my daughter's computer for over a year, and the batteries last very well. In fact, I only buy Logitech keyboards because I find the battery life is better than others I have tried. However, these are also available for £16.98 with 1.5% quidco at ebuyer with free delivery if you spend more than £49.

*EDIT* - sorry just realised we don't have this keyboard but very similar one - ignore my battery life comments for this combination.
#8
These things are low strength RF signals, so they barely travel more than 2 metres or so. I think somebody sitting just outside your bedroom window would be noticed.

You also have to partner them before they work, although I don't know if the connection is encrypted.
#9
I have this unit, the keyboard is fine with batteries but the mouse is terrible, I went through 2 batteries every 2 days (not the cheap batteries either) with the mouse and the curser jumps to the corners of the screen every 10 mins or so (every 15sec when battery low) i was driven mad by it so now have an old wired mouse connected ,
just to let you know I HATE IT but that is just my oppinion, Sorry if i have offended any one xxxxxxxxxxxxx
#10
Not used this particular set but have been using Logitech keyboards + mice for the last 7 years and wouldn't consider buying anything else, the quality is superb.

In that time I've had a couple of cordless desktop sets (higher models I must admit) and have never had any issue with battery life, the keyboard would go for months on a set of NIMH batteries and the mouse would easily do several weeks even under heavy use (i.e. - gaming). I would never suggest using alkaline batteries for these, get some cheap NIMH rechargeables and a charger and you'll be much better off. :thumbsup:
#11
What khemical says^^^,invest in a charger and said batteries.:thumbsup:
Also we have had logitech keyboards and mice,always,I just bought a set t'other day at Maplins(a bit dearer than this,with loadsa buttons that I need to work out what to do with!lol) and have alwaysn found them to be very reliable products.
My OH's wirless set is logitech and he has never had any problems with it,my old corded set must be about 8 years old,but I was desperate for a less clunky keyboard.
Experience from my OH's set is that the keyboard batteries last quite a bit longer than the mice ones,but that seems to make sense coz he uses the mouse much more.
I would say buy with confidence:thumbsup:
#12
y the F isn't this compatible with mac :x
#13
Poor reviews on Amazon US.
#14
absolutly !

it uses barrties like i use air to breath!
#15
Antj87
absolutly !

it uses barrties like i use air to breath!

:w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t: That's a great one.

I need a wireless keyboard & mouse combi set. This doesn't seem bad but I'm sure if it's chewing up batteries in 2 days then there is some flaw in the product and a return is in order.
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Some reviews from Amazon.com

I don't fancy the big Delete button and neither do I like the useless F Mode button. As a non-windows os user I don't like either those blue logos on F2-F4 functions keys marking Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Keyboard itself is not a bad one. It's not too heavy either. It takes two AAA batteries, which last in my use about a year.

Mouse is OK too, I have seen and used better ones, but this does the job. It eats two AA batteries in about two months, so you better get accus and rechanger.

the scroll wheel feels very rough and is absolutely deafening, and the right button doesn't work very well at all -- I usually have to click two, three, or four times to get it to work.

One of my cats had a nasty "accident" right on top of this keyboard. I removed the batteries and gave the keyboard a thorough washing with hot water and dishwasher liquid. After drying out for a day it worked (and smelled) like new.

I'm a touch typist and I really like the feel of this keyboard. It is fairly compact and fits easily in my keyboard tray.

I'm not thrilled about the nonstandard layout of the Home/End/PgUp/PgDn/Del key cluster. Also, the keyboard doesn't have a Scroll Lock key which makes it incompatible with most KVM switches.

The mouse is a plain two-button scroll wheel optical mouse which is fine for my purposes.

I use this combo in both Linux (Emacs) and Windows.

desktop works fine, very good for price. shut-down button located badly - shuts down every time I pick up the keyboard, not as water-resistant as the advertising led me to expect

The mouse does seem to eat batteries at an annoying but not outrageous rate.


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#17
we got this one from 7day shop http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_5&products_id=101338 i know its not a "make" but put it on stand at night when not in use so its great and £11.99 plus £3.95 postage but i order lot each time to combine postage.
#18
ourdave
I don't know this one at all, but just for info - previous Logitech wireless keyb/mouse packages I've had ripped through batteries like nobody's business. They might be the devils spawn, but I find Microsoft packages much better, more reliable, easier on batteries - and I've called Support 2 years after buying one with a problem and they've sent a replacement (later version too) out straight-away.
I've had this one for years and only changed the batteries once:
http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?rb=25356049997&action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X3Jldmlld3M=&product_uid=88758


I have a similiar Logitech wireless keyboard/mouse and I can also report that from my experience, they eat up batteries dead quickly (the mouse especially). Mine does work with my Mac, but I don't think it's exactly the same model as the OP posted
#19
got one of these from ebuyer ages ago
i like it

decent range can use sat in chair 2m away from media center PC
keyboard batteries last about 6 months

got 3000mAh rechargable batteries for the mouse and they last the best part of a week before i need to swap them with the other 2 i have

bare in mind that 4 decent rechargable batteries will cost you roughly £10

next time i think id be tempted to get a mouse which sits in a rechargable dock overnight

at the same time this with decent batteries for £25 is still a decent deal

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