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Logitech EX110 - Wireless Keyboard and Optical Mouse - PC World £11.99 collect at store + 2.5% Quidco

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Great value wireless keyboard and optical mouse The stylish and functional EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse will look great in any home or office. The EX110 Keyboard's one-touch contr… Read More
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Great value wireless keyboard and optical mouse

The stylish and functional EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse will look great in any home or office.

The EX110 Keyboard's one-touch controls let you access email, music, video and more, while programmable F-Keys allow you to set the keyboard to remember your favourite sites, applications and files.

The practical EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard is protected against drips and splashes, so it's ideal for any family environment.

The quick response optical mouse in the EX110 offers precision and control, with a scroll-wheel, for added functionality.

Treat yourself and your workspace to Logitechs EX 110 Cordless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse and enjoy its wide and varying functions.

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

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(Amazon £25.62 delivered; Tesco £12.27/£16.97 instore depending on branch)
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#1
hot!

don't forget 2.5% quidco!

edit - ok I went to buy this on argos the other day..but ended up now, and now I've jsut found quite a few bad reviews on amazon. not so sure now :(
#2
this is a blooming good price i paid £25 about 3yrs ago and its still going strong
#3
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
this is a blooming good price i paid £25 about 3yrs ago and its still going strong


what do you have to say about the battery life?

people say that these do not turn off with the computer and so drains the batteries???
suspended#4
Issue One
hot!

don't forget 2.5% quidco!

edit - ok I went to buy this on argos the other day..but ended up now, and now I've jsut found quite a few bad reviews on amazon. not so sure now :(


cheers, have updated title :)
#5
Issue One
what do you have to say about the battery life?

people say that these do not turn off with the computer and so drains the batteries???


ok they dont turn off with the computer but i will say the keyboard batteries last ages and i think i only have to charge them like every 3-4 months using rechargeable batteries and the mouse well of course that is shorter as it dont turn off with the computer but i only have to charge them like every 2-3 months but i guess it depends on how much you use them and that.

hope that helps
#6
its true about battery life, but you wont find any better wireless set for under £15 anyway. I got these for £20 last year, and yes battery life can be annoying at times, and yes the battery still run when computer is off (but keyboard isnt really affected, rarely changed them, maybe once or twice in the year (AAA) ) Mouse is more affected, normally change them every other month but if you invest in a rechargable battery and charger, this will be fine.
Look good and work great, love it.
#7
Hot from me - better than the EX100 which got plenty of heat when it was £10 at Morrisons.

Seems to be loads of stock too.
#8
munaaf
its true about battery life, but you wont find any better wireless set for under £15 anyway. I got these for £20 last year, and yes battery life can be annoying at times, and yes the battery still run when computer is off (but keyboard isnt really affected, rarely changed them, maybe once or twice in the year (AAA) ) Mouse is more affected, normally change them every other month but if you invest in a rechargable battery and charger, this will be fine.
Look good and work great, love it.


sounds good to me.
#9
still don't know why manufacturers don't design wireless mouse & keyboards that have a manual switch that you can switch off at will, saves energy saves the environment!

still have my MS wireless mouse & keyboard set from probably 5 yrs ago, both don't switch off, keyboard batteries are ok, as I thought if you don't press the keys the keyboard should drain little or no battery right? Whereas the optical mouse's light is constantly on, so now I have the battery cover off all the itme, and everytime I swith off my pc I had to pull out the battery manually, a bit tedious, but saves battery & mouse life I suppose...
#10
Sounds like I best look for rechargables because this looks like a cracking price for a decent branded KB & swueaker!
#11
Good keyboard and mouse. Use it with good battery. otherwise it will only last 1 month or so.
#12
I wouldnt buy one again. lasted less than 6 months. First the mouse stopped responding and eating batteries like they were goin out of fashion, & then the keyboard was causing my computer not to boot due to it being faulty.
#13
fubuwarrioh;5942654
I wouldnt buy one again. lasted less than 6 months. First the mouse stopped responding and eating batteries like they were goin out of fashion, & then the keyboard was causing my computer not to boot due to it being faulty.

Not responding? Any link to batteries running out?!? Heheh! :whistling:
#14
good price :thumbsup:

I posted it from Tesco when is was £16 and thought that was good - unfortunately that means returning mine to Tesco and getting this

Ps its got great range if you want to use it for hooking up the laptop to the TV - Im over 5m away and its fine although the TV or sky box does block the signal - you need to place the reciever on the floor under the TV or away from the other electrical sources and then its great
#15
I have a lower model of this and I'm extremely happy with it, especially with the mouse. I'm using it for a few years now without any problem.

I have lots of rechargeable batteries and the battery life is no problem at all. I prefer devices that run with regular rechargeable batteries. Therefore I always have around some ready to use charged batteries. With the sanyo eneloop batteries this is no problem at all since they keep their charge for months.

The mouse takes two AA size rechargeable batteries and you just replace them when they run out and continue using it. The mouse runs longer than a month, and the keyboard longer than 3 months.

Since I play very fast online chess games I bought two laser mouses, one microsoft and one logitech, over the last few years and both were too clumsy. This mouse is small and fits in your palm. Although this is an optical mouse and is not as advanced as laser mouses it works just fine directly on the desk, without any mousepad. It slides just perfect on the desk. I would never think that such a low model mouse would become my favorite mouse.
#16
We bought this for about £15 six months ago. Have stopped using it. The keyboard works fine, but the mouse really isn't great. It goes off on one now and then, and the cursor flickers.
#17
Got this in my setup.. bought from argos I think for around £15 at least 4-6 months back and haven't needed to change the batteries in the keyboard yet... I am not actually using the mouse at the moment, I am using a USB gigabyte gaming one instead, but that's just because I had a few probs with windows messing with the mouse. Works perfectly in ubuntu 9.04 with no extra drivers or software needed, they just work :)
#18
I got one of these a while ago and the keyboard is great, and the batteries last ages. The mouse however is more temperamental, and eventually I went back to a long wired optical mouse instead.

I did spot what appeared to be the wired version of the keyboard earlier today in Asda for £10 (no mouse though), certainly would be worth that if you're happy with a wired keyboard.
#19
I had a Logitech wireless set that lasted me about 10 years or so!!
That did cost £50, but it was a long long time ago.
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#21
Perfect timing. I was given a pc recently which I gave to my daughter but she is using my wireless keyboard and mouse, just as well I have a laptop too. Anyway, I have reserved one for her. Thank you very much op. Heat and rep given. Superb.
#22
Just in case you can't find one at PC World I collected mine from Currys this evening, same price. Easy to set up, happy so far!

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