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Logitech EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse £11.99 (+ P&P) @ Currys ***OR Reserve&Collect***

£11.99 @ Currys
For easy access to email, music, video and more, why not make the most of the stylish and functional EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse. The EX110 Keyboard's one-touch controls give you ea… Read More
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For easy access to email, music, video and more, why not make the most of the stylish and functional EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse.

The EX110 Keyboard's one-touch controls give you easy access to popular areas of your computer, while programmable F-Keys allow you to set the keyboard to remember your favourite sites, applications and files.

You don't need to worry about spillages near the EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard as it is protected against drips and splashes. The whole family can use it and not have to worry about damage.

For great precision and control, the EX 110's quick response optical mouse is equipped with a scroll-wheel, and is designed to fit comfortably in the hands of all users.

Improve you home or office with the EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse.

Logitech Cordless Desktop EX 110
Cordless Mouse and Keyboard
800 dpi Optical Mouse
Multimedia Hotkeys
Reliable and Spill Resistant
Mouse Wheel Allows easy Page Scroll
One-Touch Media Controls on Keyboard
PS2 or USB Connection
Includes Software
Windows 98, 2000, ME or XP Compatible



As good as this may be, i can never find a use for these anymore, HTH some people thought.

On a side note, does wireless keyboards and/or mouse work on the ps3? (bluetooth or not) Thanks!
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#2
Good price if you can locate it. Heat
#3
gogosteve
Good price if you can locate it. Heat


... OR you would just click home del. lol :roll:

I dont bother post one off deals, i'll just nab it all myself.. lol, Edit: There was an automatic Gismo can opener from £10 reduced to £5 the other day but im presuming it was one off deal, so i bought 3 - one for rents, one for other halfs rents, and one for gran.
#4
Inquisitor
... OR you would just click home del. lol :roll:


£5.95 standard delivery charge? Not a good deal unless you pick up instore, hence my comment.
#5
reserved one :)
#6
Saw 4 on the shelf in Currys Southampton at lunchtime and also some in PC World.
#7
just the same deal as posted for pc world

i have used this keyboard and mouse for several years and paid £25 and love it would buy another one again
#8
Perfect timing, have been debating over getting this along with the Revo from Ebuyer, still over £20 on there! H&R added.
#9
gogosteve
£5.95 standard delivery charge? Not a good deal unless you pick up instore, hence my comment.


Apologies, i assumed u thought it was one of those one off deals :thinking:
#10
Just reserved one - Have some heat.....nearly brought one in Tesco's for £16.99
#11
Perfect timing....According to Amazon.com reviews this works with PS3 as well.:thumbsup:
#12
teky
Perfect timing....According to Amazon.com reviews this works with PS3 as well.:thumbsup:


Thanks! I've found a use for it now..! :roll:
#13
found one :thumbsup: reserved one :-D
#14
just picked up one today - works great with my media centre PC, good range
#15
Reserved one,Cheers:-D
#17
how big is the USB dongle for the mouse? is it a nano one? :?
#18
already posted
#19
It does work with the PS3, but on mine the keyboard only within about 5 feet of it, so no use and I took it back. Good price though!
#20
I got one just for the keyboard when the deal was on for £11.99 at curry's sister shop PCWORLD. VERY please with the keyboard, Not used the mouse though.
#21


sashicee;6078307
already posted

Thats PC World... this is currys.

Althought both owned by DSG, different shops so still a valid deal.
#22
reserved one
thanx op
#23
Ok keyboard and mouse, though it eats batteries.
#24
got this its great if you want it to stay in one place but if you move it too far away it just loses signal. big down fall...
#25
toonarmani
how big is the USB dongle for the mouse? is it a nano one? :?


Itsn't the nano one. Has a big clunk of wire and then the receiver which is a bit big as well.
#26
Perfect.. Both my local stores have stock and whilst I don't NEED one, my current white cordless keyboard is grubby.. And I have just built a new PC with a Samsung 23" monitor so a nice new black keyboard/mouse will finish it off nicely.

And since they won't give us cordless stuff in work, I can bring my old one in and will have a 'cordless' setup at work too.. I can't loose.

Cheers

Jon
#27
groomoid;5963645
Just reserved one - Have some heat.....nearly brought one in Tesco's for £16.99


>sorry for me i bought it


>good deal if reserve and collect.
>just a good above the basic keyboard with no other extraordinary features. >should serve the purpose for many.
>available for me in norwich just one .. grabbed for it the 2nd pc
#28
anyone know if the usb connectors are the nice compact usb stick receiver or if the usb connected to a wire that has the receiver on the end? details are not clear on the currys site or the logitech link.
#29
Got one few days ago from Tesco in Edinburgh. Same price as far as I can remember. Also seen in ASDA.
#30
Anyone know a way of getting around only buying 3 at a time?? ...
banned#31
Been using the MXD3200 keybaord and mouse for a year now, great kit, never failed or lost connection.
#32
arrnoosa
anyone know if the usb connectors are the nice compact usb stick receiver or if the usb connected to a wire that has the receiver on the end? details are not clear on the currys site or the logitech link.


teky
Itsn't the nano one. Has a big clunk of wire and then the receiver which is a bit big as well.


:thinking:
#33
After ppl buying loads of it im afraid to say i didnt buy this one, i bought the next step up, LX710, it was £25 (could get it couple of ££ cheaper online but i needed it on that day) cant fault it at all. Laser is my friend :)
#34
I just brought it home, TBH built quality is quite cheap i might refund it, but again cant complain for that price.
#35
Just got one worked fine thanks

Mouse felt a little cheapish but seems handy size for my daughter to grasp
#36
cheers just reserved, been thinking about going wireless for a while
banned#37
Whats a good laser mouse to buy?
#38
I got this a few months back to replace my previous Logitech mouse / keyboard set and to be honest this one feels crappy and cheap. Wouldn't buy it again at any price.
#39
ok for the price but not suitable for anyone doing a serious amount of typing! I think you need to spend at least £30 to get a decent keyboard!
#40
Wow. Looks good.

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