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Logitech K400 Plus wireless keyboard £20.99 Amazon Prime. Possibly £15.99 with Prime Now discount code

£20.99 @ Amazon
Logitech K400 plus keyboard is £20.99 for Amazon Prime members. Free delivery and returns If your not an Amazon prime member, it's very simple to sign up for 30 day free prime trial. Cancelling is… Read More
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Logitech K400 plus keyboard is £20.99 for Amazon Prime members. Free delivery and returns

If your not an Amazon prime member, it's very simple to sign up for 30 day free prime trial. Cancelling is the click of a button

But the reason this a particular good deal is if you live in a Prime Now area

It's also on Prime Now so you can get this for £15.99 with NOWFIVE checkout code

Bargain for a very well reviewed keyboard from a trusted brand. I have this model and can vouch for it personally

This keyboard is very well known for working well with Smart TVs.

If you're not in Prime Now area, it's £20.99 in Currys but you'll get free delivery and returns with Amazon

NOTE: The FIVENOW code is only for first time customers
- cutthroat_jake
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4 Likes #1
These are a real enigma, do a nearly perfect job for what they're intended but have a very cheap and flimsy feel. Ironically, the lightweight construction actually means they can suffer many a drop without damage.
1 Like #2
How do you get free returns on Amazon,
i always get upto £4 deducted for prime returns?
1 Like #3
Is the prime now voucher for new customers?
1 Like #4
Was going to get this when it was 20.99 for non prime but magically went up to 24.99 just before Christmas!
1 Like #5
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
4 Likes #6
kowalski
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
Shouldn't do. I ordered another dongle so I could use mine on two devices without swapping the dongle but it didn't work and I believe the dongle and keyboard are paired.
3 Likes #7
Currys £20.99 free delivery or in store for non prime subscribers like me :P

Great price for Primers though!
2 Likes #8
Heat for the keyboard, faultless!!!..

Cold for prime only :( can you tell I'm not a member X)
2 Likes #9
Great little keyboard for us sofa surfers. Perhaps not as easy to hold as the Keysonic option but is more robust and has a massively better battery life.
I was so impressed that I ordered a spare when the price dropped to £16.99 in November.
1 Like #10
Guess I was unlucky as the one i have is unusable as due to lag
1 Like #11
Having used these, the Microsoft one is a lot better
1 Like #12
I'm looking for a decent full sized wireless keyboard with separate or integrated number pad and ideally chiclet style keys. Tried the MS Sculpt and loved the look and quality but just couldn't get on with the split layout. Tried the logitech k360 but hated the cheap plastic look of the thing. Can anyone recommend one?

Edited By: DannyBoy99 on Dec 27, 2016 10:27: added text
2 Likes #13
Sadly, the K400 was a better solidly built version which is difficult to find even on eBay nowadays. The K400 plus, its successor isn't as good. I've passed on it umpteen times hoping to find the K400.
2 Likes #15
This from memory works with a dongle not bluetooth if thats importsnt to you, i went for a bluetooth qone instead before xmas
3 Likes #16
bulwer
kowalski
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
Shouldn't do. I ordered another dongle so I could use mine on two devices without swapping the dongle but it didn't work and I believe the dongle and keyboard are paired.
That's right, each device can only be paired to a single dongle, although multiple devices can be paired to the same dongle (just not different dongles at the same time).

I got round it with a USB switch, although you will need two old USB printer cables (I have about 5 for some reason). One button press and the dongle finds itself attached to a different computer:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/USB-2-0-Manual-Switch-2-Ports-Scanner-Printer-Share-Switcher-Selector-Box-Hub-PC-/172395615429?hash=item28239454c5:g:5UUAAOSw44BYGcfe

This is a lot cheaper:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-USB-Sharing-Share-Switch-Box-Hub-2-Ports-PC-Computer-Scanner-Printer-WD-/232169855344?hash=item360e66d970:g:RDcAAOSw-0xYS2r6

Edited By: friar_chris on Dec 27, 2016 13:54: .
2 Likes #17
great keyboard, has been dropped, thrown (by the kids), sat on, spilled on, and is still going for longer than a year, well worth it, I paid around £30 for mine. :)
2 Likes #18
Heat but my older K400 model is more ruggedly built than this newer version
#19
I have one and to be honest don't think it's good at all. The touchpad and touchpad buttons are terrible so surprised at all the super positive reviews
#20
friar_chris
bulwer
kowalski
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
Shouldn't do. I ordered another dongle so I could use mine on two devices without swapping the dongle but it didn't work and I believe the dongle and keyboard are paired.
That's right, each device can only be paired to a single dongle, although multiple devices can be paired to the same dongle (just not different dongles at the same time).
I got round it with a USB switch, although you will need two old USB printer cables (I have about 5 for some reason). One button press and the dongle finds itself attached to a different computer:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/USB-2-0-Manual-Switch-2-Ports-Scanner-Printer-Share-Switcher-Selector-Box-Hub-PC-/172395615429?hash=item28239454c5:g:5UUAAOSw44BYGcfe
This is a lot cheaper:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-USB-Sharing-Share-Switch-Box-Hub-2-Ports-PC-Computer-Scanner-Printer-WD-/232169855344?hash=item360e66d970:g:RDcAAOSw-0xYS2r6

These are perfect. Just what I needed a month ago.
Unfortunately I didn't come across these in my research and had to move my k400 to the bedroom. Ended up spending £100 on a Bluetooth keyboard that can switch between devices.

Whereas this £4 USB switch would have done the trick :( oh well, life goes on
#21
bulwer
kowalski
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
Shouldn't do. I ordered another dongle so I could use mine on two devices without swapping the dongle but it didn't work and I believe the dongle and keyboard are paired.

Hi there. I wanted to achieve the same result as you and similarly tried buying an additional Logitech unifying receiver but as you know, it could only pair to one receiver at a time

However, this USB device friar_chris suggested would allow one keyboard, one dongle to control two devices (smart tv and media PC in my case)

It might help if you're still looking for a solution
#22
kemik
I have one and to be honest don't think it's good at all. The touchpad and touchpad buttons are terrible so surprised at all the super positive reviews

I'm quite surprised by that. Perhaps you may have a faulty unit because the touchpad is very responsive on mine and the trackpad buttons I would say are amongst this keyboards best features

This model has raised clickable left/right mouse bottom which is rare to find on most keyboards let alone this price point

It also has a left click button on the top left of the keyboard. It seems strange place but after 5 mins it's a great place to have a left click and allows easy two handed control with moving hands to mouse if that makes sense

Product plug over :D exchange yours as it may be faulty
#23
I've used one for years, they do feel flimsy but it's survived many falls(onto carpet) it's worth it.
1 Like #24
friar_chris
bulwer
kowalski
Can you use two of these in the same room?
Have one for a Android SHIELD, but wanted another to control a Raspberry Pi. Will they conflict?
Shouldn't do. I ordered another dongle so I could use mine on two devices without swapping the dongle but it didn't work and I believe the dongle and keyboard are paired.
That's right, each device can only be paired to a single dongle, although multiple devices can be paired to the same dongle (just not different dongles at the same time).
I got round it with a USB switch, although you will need two old USB printer cables (I have about 5 for some reason). One button press and the dongle finds itself attached to a different computer:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/USB-2-0-Manual-Switch-2-Ports-Scanner-Printer-Share-Switcher-Selector-Box-Hub-PC-/172395615429?hash=item28239454c5:g:5UUAAOSw44BYGcfe
This is a lot cheaper:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Mini-USB-Sharing-Share-Switch-Box-Hub-2-Ports-PC-Computer-Scanner-Printer-WD-/232169855344?hash=item360e66d970:g:RDcAAOSw-0xYS2r6
Thanks but I moved one device (A MiST FPGA) to another room and it has a cabled keyboard now. Sounds like a good workaround though.

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