Logitech - EX110 - Cordless - Desktop keyboard and mouse £15.63 delivered @ Dell - HotUKDeals
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Have the clean, wire-free desk space you´ve dreamed about. The sleek Logitech Cordless Desktop EX 110 makes it incredibly easy and affordable to go cordless in style. Quick and simple to set up, your keyboard and mouse will perform as fast and 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.

Mixed reviews on this, with small keys so not good for fat fingers!
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#2
I have two sets of these and can recommend them!
#3
Video demonstration on the this at ebuyer.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/93725
banned#4
Just over a pound more delivered at Amazon so it's not an amazing price
#5
Bargain delivered. I am on my third logitech keyboard set in 8 years and only replace them as they get a bit dirty, never fail on me. This is my latest, nice for the price, build quality a little less than hoped for but its not the £50 I used to pay!

Heat!
#6
Pick one up at Pc world for £14.99.
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/850378
So good deal for an extra 64p delivered.
#7
Thanks again mike..been wanting a new set for a while bought a set of these before for a mate.
always regretted giving it to him lol. Hot
#8
I just got one with a new Dell PC. The keyboard and mouse aren't great ergonomically and build quality is not high and if you do a lot of typing you would be better of with something else. But I guess they are good value at this price.

R.
#9
modern keyboards are so cheap and nasty - I wouldn't give up my IBM model m from 1985 - each key an actual microswitch instead of the technology used today - you can still buy them for about £50 if you look hard enough.
#10
IMO a horrible keyboard although the mouse is fine provided you don’t get one that squeaks. My parents both have one and they like it so YMMV.
I avoid Logitech now after two poor experiences and currently like Belkin; better layout, much more solidly built.
#11
Maybe I have the only bad one, but mine randomly inserts 0's in to everything I type. Does it even if you renew the connection and on fresh batteries.
#12
Nice keyboard and mouse set, you can be quite a fair distance away from your computer and it is still very responsive. The only problem I found was that the mouse absolutely ate batteries for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Had to replace them about every 3 weeks (and not with cheap batteries I might add). In the end kept the keyboard and purchased a decent logitech wired mouse - it will work out cheaper in the end for me.
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take_a_ride
Bargain delivered. I am on my third logitech keyboard set in 8 years and only replace them as they get a bit dirty, never fail on me. This is my latest, nice for the price, build quality a little less than hoped for but its not the £50 I used to pay!


3 in 8 years and a keyboard that can't be cleaned? Wow, sounds awful. I've been using the same microsoft internet keyboard for the last eight years and it's easy to take it apart for cleaning. Although £15 seems like a reasonable deal for a wireless keyboard and mouse if it can't be taken apart for cleaning I'd avoid and buy a different set.

garethyoung
modern keyboards are so cheap and nasty - I wouldn't give up my IBM model m from 1985 - each key an actual microswitch instead of the technology used today - you can still buy them for about £50 if you look hard enough.


Actually most fo the model Ms doesn't have any microswitchs, they use the same technology as most keyboards today ('membrane'). With keyboards you need to both provide resistance to the key (so it's not pulled down by gravity) and push it back up once it's been pressed down. Most membrane keyboards use a little dome of rubber to do this that deforms when you press it and springs back into shape when you release. Instead of that the model M uses a metal spring. When you press down it buckles and hits the side of the casing (causing a click) and then when you let go it straightens out.

I recently bought a 1993 model M and a dell AT102W off ebay (£40 total for the Model M, £11 total for the dell). The model M is definitely a keyboard that anyone who's tried it is going to have an opinion on. A few practical points though: It's big, but not all that big. It's bigger than a basic keyboard you'd find today but compared to something like my slightly curvy microsoft internet keyboard it's no higher and only 1cm wider at each end. In fact it's generally a pretty normal keyboard to look at, slightly more heavy set than most keyboards but the only bit that looks truly old-fashioned is the side profile.

I can see why people like the feel but personally I'm not really a fan of it. It is clicky but personally I find it just too heavy. However, I'm not arguing against mechanical keyboards. I mentioned the black dell above that I bought at the same time and that has black alps microswitches. And I love it. If it had full n-key rollover (anti-ghosting) for gaming then I'd stockpile as many as I could get my hands on. Sadly the black alps are no longer made, but there are alternatives.

So if you do find a normal keyboard mushy or not definite enough then I'd highly recommend trying a mechanical keyboard of some type. Either a second hand IBM 1391406 model M / Dell AT102W or a new keyboard like the Cherry G30-3000. In fact I believe there's a Model M on ebay right now.

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