Logitech Media Wired Keyboard - £4.49 (Was Was £11.97) @ Tesco Direct !! - HotUKDeals
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* Zero-Degree Tilt: Enjoy a remarkably natural typing feel.
* Flush Controls: Reach elegant one-touch controls without lifting a finger.
*Spill-Resistant Design: Protect your keyboard from accidental drips or splashes.
*One-Touch Controls: Access music, video, volume, email, internet, and more.
*Programmable F-Keys: Easily set them to open favorite apps, sites or files.

( Description taken from: http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/keyboards/keyboard/devices/186&cl=gb,en )
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#2
beats my microsoft one, heat given, might just get one
#3
free del ?
#4
Wireless is the future but it's still great at this price. Heat added :thumbsup:
#5
demolisher
free del ?


no free delivery, but its a good filler though :thumbsup:
#6
you can reserve and pick up in store:thumbsup:
#7
you have to spend £25 on a order to be able to pick it up from store for free
#8
had this bookmarked at scan for like 3 months haha! @ £11.97

dont forget quidco too @ 7%

edit: site excruitatingly slow for anyone else? having trouble buying it!
#9
Using one of these now, good keyboard...
#10
i`ve got the wireless version of this and its fab
[admin]#11
Great deal :) Thanks
#12
Good keyboard, only problem with it is the Logitech Set Point software (not mandatory, but I believe required for special buttons)
#13
I was fail to use the SIM card trick. Last time, the Tesco direct staff in Manchester Market street store refused to issue me a refund. What she said is there is no damage or deflects on the item, we can't give refund. Has anyone encounter the same problem?
#14
Hot. Looks like a nice keyboard for a fiver.

I didn't think it was worth posting as a deal but they also have a naff brand wireless kb and mouse for just £8 - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-1706.aspx
#15
Del_Paso
Using one of these now, good keyboard...


Same as above. Works great.
#16
Might check out my local home store to see if they have 1 of these
#17
Is this instore aswell? I was in Tesco's today and saw these but price was listed at £11.97
#18
fishz
Hot. Looks like a nice keyboard for a fiver.

I didn't think it was worth posting as a deal but they also have a naff brand wireless kb and mouse for just £8 - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-1706.aspx


:oops: I posted it :oops: Still ordered the logitech one as well though
#19
Heat added.

I used to have one of these and really liked it, but it was their older PS2 connecting version (which my new PC didn't like with an adapter).
I'll be nice to have another one thanks to the USB connecting version.

I much prefer a wired keyboard & mouse so this is spot-on for me.
#20
went for this thanks
#21
its £4.50 delivery, how is this a good deal?
banned#22
Anyone seen the keyboards that have flat keys? They make the keyboard very easy to clean.
#23
ro888
I was fail to use the SIM card trick. Last time, the Tesco direct staff in Manchester Market street store refused to issue me a refund. What she said is there is no damage or deflects on the item, we can't give refund. Has anyone encounter the same problem?


Under the distance selling regulations you have seven days to return the item without a quibble. if it hasn't been opened or used they have no grounds for refusing to take it back. Check with your local Trading Standards, if they are any good...
banned#24
I prefer wired keyboard/mouses too tbh. Have had lots of problems in the past with bluetooth/wireless peripherals. Hot price for this keyboard but i dont personally like it due to the way the buttons are arranged above the arrow keys (i like a slight gap between the 9 keys and the enter button).
#25
Investments
Anyone seen the keyboards that have flat keys? They make the keyboard very easy to clean.


If you mean one of the completely sealed ones then yeah, they should be but reportedly they're also pretty nasty to type on.

If you mean those fashionable low profile but still open ones (Apple's current design for example) then I'd imagine they're harder to clean since the mechanism keeping the keys on is going to be smaller and you'll have to use more care to take them off and put them back on.

(If you've never opened a normal keyboard then it's a very simple device and for a lot it's only thirty seconds work to pull off all the plastic outer bits and keys and give them a wash, I don't know how well logitech has handled the extra mobile-phone style buttons on this keyboard in that respect though).

At £9 this is cheapish, but if you don't fancy the nonstandard layout then there are plenty of other options at around the same price.
#26
I think the best bet is to get a wireless keyboard (I have the wireless version of this logitech posted) and a wired mouse ... reason being that the batteries on a wireless keyboard will last round about 6-8 months as opposed to a wireless mouse needing new batteries every 2-3 weeks (which gets a right royal pain in the jackass).:roll:

Nice Keyboard though ...
#27
crofter
I think the best bet is to get a wireless keyboard (I have the wireless version of this logitech posted) and a wired mouse ... reason being that the batteries on a wireless keyboard will last round about 6-8 months as opposed to a wireless mouse needing new batteries every 2-3 weeks (which gets a right royal pain in the jackass).:roll:

Nice Keyboard though ...


My Logitech MX600 lasts a good 3-4 months on even the cheapest batteries
#28
Ok brought myself one using the sim card trick
#29
Cal.
My Logitech MX600 lasts a good 3-4 months on even the cheapest batteries


Yeah but that will depend on how much you use the Mouse:thumbsup:

If you only use it a couple of hours a day to browse the web then yeah it will last a couple of months, however if you are gaming and typing or photo editing for 8-10 hours a day you will be lucky to get a couple of weeks out of it before it starts playing up ...
#30
crofter
Yeah but that will depend on how much you use the Mouse:thumbsup:

If you only use it a couple of hours a day to browse the web then yeah it will last a couple of months, however if you are gaming and typing or photo editing for 8-10 hours a day you will be lucky to get a couple of weeks out of it before it starts playing up ...


I'm using this very mouse at least 12 hours a day most days, then about 5-8 others
#31
Oh well fair enough you must have a super efficient mouse then ...:roll:
but the two logitechs I have had recently never even lasted a month before the batteries were needing replaced.
#32
Dammit!

They sent me a s*dding PS2 connecting one (and my PC doesn't like PS2, not even with a USB adapter).

Hopefully the replacement they're sending will be the right one.
#33
I've also received a ps2 connecting keyboard which I wanted for my usb only laptop. I've called them and they're telling me that I have to go to a store to get a refund/exchange. I used the sim-card trick for free delivery - the free delivery is the reason they won't come and pick up the keyboard (which by the way if I didn't make it clear is the *wrong* one).

This doesn't seem fair. They've sent the wrong product and refuse to sort out the problem. My nearest store isn't close. It would cost me £5 in petrol to go and come back.

How did the previous poster manage to get Tesco to send a replacement?
#34
Got the bloody ps/2 version as well, no impressed as it means I will have to go out of my way to get a refund at a store.

Poo
#35
i went instore and it is £4.49 there! but was the PS2 one which i didnt realise :(
#36
I'm guessing that they only ever had ps2 ones, and most people don't care if they received ps2 because they can still use it - that's why there aren't loads of posts with moaning.

I managed to get them to agree to pick mine up after calling them for the second time.

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