Logitech MX3200 Wireless Keyboard and Laser Mouse - £25.90 instore @ PCWorld - HotUKDeals
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£25.90 is a bargin for a quality wireless Logitech keyboard & mouse (£97.50 at John Lewis !!).

£89.99 (PCWorld instore price) - £31.73 (Dell online price) = £58.26 difference

10% of difference = £5.83 | 110% price promise makes this £25.90 @ PCWorld.

Note:
As PCWorld's "Web exclusive" price is £58.99, then if you want to reserve the item before picking it up, you will only get a match on the "Web exclusive" price quoted to you online. This would make it £29.00. (Although with this method you could also go through QuidCo for another 2.5% off making it £28.28.) There seems to be loads of stock, so there's probably no need to reserve online before picking up anyway.

Product Code: 766884

PCWorld Link:
http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/store/pcw_page.jsp?pageFrom=SimpleSearchProducts&page=Product&sku=766884

Dell Link:
http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=580-13188

Good luck.
AdamBaz

Good reviews @
http://www.hi-techreviews.com/reviews_2006/Logitech_MX3200_Laser/Page1.htm
http://www.legitreviews.com/article/447/1/
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#1
great price, my mate bought this about 7 months ago and paid full whack of £100. gonna go buy one thanks
#2
Amazing I was just going to order at Dell...but didn't...cheers
#3
This is a good price but it is not a Bluetooth unit, using a secure radio connection instead. Some people might see this as an advantage, as after 7 years or so Bluetooth is still a pain in the ass, with different incompatible versions from a thousand different suppliers and stacks that constantly (IME) fall over...

Price on the Logitech site is £80 so this is definitely a bargain though.
#4
Noghar
This is a good price but it is not a Bluetooth unit, using a secure radio connection instead. Some people might see this as an advantage, as after 7 years or so Bluetooth is still a pain in the ass, with different incompatible versions from a thousand different suppliers and stacks that constantly (IME) fall over...

Price on the Logitech site is £80 so this is definitely a bargain though.


:thumbsup: OP changed.
#5
I posted the original Dell deal (which I thought was a steal).

Some PCWorld store managers try their hardest not to honour these price matches (when there is a huge price difference). I had a copy of their price match policy in hand recently and he still tried to argue.

Time, fuel and been left at the customer services counter for 15 minutes may or may not be worth the saving.

Can people going to PCWorld to buy the MX3200 please post their experience.
#6
Yeah thanks ggod price, Currently have a wireless Logitech and been great but the letters are now wearing off the key's, so looks like I'll be needing a new one.
#7
jrob01
Can people going to PCWorld to buy the MX*3200 please post their experience.


I have had no problems getting price match promise on other products in both the Chesterfield and Sheffield branches.
#9
I purchased a set from Dell in the past week and it is worth noting that Dells don't come Logitech retail packaged (plain Dell packaging).

I am going to give Wrexham a punt with a copy of the Dell web price in hand. I will report back later. Hopefully the store should be empty today.
#10
Never understood the purpose of wireless keyboards on PCs...
#11
Vistrix
Never understood the purpose of wireless keyboards on PCs...


ease of use, i have my pc in my bedroom which is small, so i can sit back on my bed and use my pc in comfort, its also set up on a t.v so can see from far away
#12
That's a great price.
#13
Vistrix;1743506
Never understood the purpose of wireless keyboards on PCs...


Can be handy but I'm always concerned about the security element of them, very easy to tap into if you live in a flat or apartment.
#14
Can't go wrong with Logitech best make around :)

I've got the Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 works perfect :)
#15
from where can i get the price match policy document to take printout to the store?
#16
ahujamit
from where can i get the price match policy document to take printout to the store?


http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/editorial/price-match-promise :thumbsup:
#17
jrob01
I posted the original Dell deal (which I thought was a steal).

Some PCWorld store managers try their hardest not to honour these price matches .....
Time, fuel and been left at the customer services counter for 15 minutes may or may not be worth the saving.

Don't stand at customer services - go to the till and refuse to budge until they price match, they will either match, or have to open up another till !
#18
ive printed off the price match promise listing the sites and stores, and ive printed the deal on the dell site, so i wont be taking any messing round from them.

another thing ask for the item and get it in hand if not on display before asking for the price match, otherwise they will just say there not in stock
[helper]#19
Do you need to ring them first to confirm the price or can you just go down to store and get it done there?
#20
i've done that before, went to the till when busy, showed them a print out of argos page showing the price (Call of Duty 4 for xbox360), and they matched it exactly at first, then i said "umm...10% please!" and then they sorted it out

shouldn't be that tough if that's their policy to be honest, unless they cross their fingers whilst making a price match promise...

good deal

EDIT: no need to ring first, just pop down with a print out of the dell website
#22
Funny seeing this post as having seen the original Dell post I had last night planned my visit to PC world to get this price .

Regarding the price match - I had a situation reently where a manager simply did not know the price match policy - 1st he refused to give me the 10% so I challenged him to get the T & C - then he came back mumbling - that he couldn't get through to head office so 'just do it' (rubbish). Then neither him or the cashier, knew that the 10% was off the difference rather than the matched price (in some cases this will work against the shop). I mean they have had the promotion going for about 3 months!!!
Anyway I thik I'll bring my trip forward before they have time to act!
#23
I'll get one of these tomorrow. Thanks!
#24
can i please get a link to the Dell product page to print out too. Thanks
#25
I bet DSG regret the day they introduced this scheme...
#26
grassmonkeys
can i please get a link to the Dell product page to print out too. Thanks


http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=580-13188
#27
cheers
#28
MBeeching
I bet DSG regret the day they introduced this scheme...


lol...maybe they should actually check their prices regularly as they say they do...! :thumbsup:
#29
adambaz
I have had no problems getting price match promise on other products in both the Chesterfield and Sheffield branches.


Went to Chesterfield on Sunday, some ginger jobsworth tried to tell me the 110% thing was only online, then tried to tell me that student discount (only on peripherals and accessories) was only for ink cartridges - fairly sure a DVD-RW can be construed as a peripheral.

Left the store thinking sod it, then sat in the car. Looked at the front of the store and there was a 3 foot high poster about the 110% offer!! Went back in and they sorted it out for me no problems, but there was no mention of it on the tills!
#30
it is showing 58.99 pcworld.
#31
MBeeching
I bet DSG regret the day they introduced this scheme...


I'm not sure really - I've used this a few of times in the past few months for big savings over the regular PC World price (so the 10% back is worth it) - once saving £50 off the PC world price, another time £60. If they hadn't had the policy they just wouldn't have got my money.

Both instore and online they've been happy to do the refund once they've confirmed the price on the web. The CS guy instore told me they felt they'd had a lot of extra business because of this policy and no hesitation at all giving me the matched price plus the 10% back.
#32
russ
Can be handy but I'm always concerned about the security element of them, very easy to tap into if you live in a flat or apartment.


The Logitech system uses a secure code to pair the keyboard and PC, so the security risk is negligible.

And the advantage of wireless is (a) lack of cables and clutter and (b) the ability to stow the keyboard anywhere without thinking about it, allowing you to use your deskspace to write longhand or whatever. The disadvantage is when the batteries go but our Logitech sets last between four to six months on 4 AAs.
#33
HOT SOLDIER
it is showing 58.99 pcworld.


Yes that's right.
#34
Many thanks for this, I will be trotting off to the till (NOT to CS Desk) later today - apologies if you get behind me, you may be waiting a while !!

Deffo heat added.
#35
Just been on the phone to PC world and was told the 10% diffrence was on the online price not the instore. Still works out under £30. Also had the guy confirm for me i can go pick it up for less than £30
#36
Got mine a few mins ago... did their best to find a T&C or Dell constraint to stop them matching it..... but 5 mins later I was sorted :)

£25.90 :)
#37
foxy_sheff
Got mine a few mins ago... did their best to find a T&C or Dell constraint to stop them matching it..... but 5 mins later I was sorted :)


how much did you pay
#38
Jolsa
Yes that's right.


please help me out here, what do I do to get it for £29???
#39
grassmonkeys
Just been on the phone to PC world and was told the 10% diffrence was on the online price not the instore. Still works out under £30. Also had the guy confirm for me i can go pick it up for less than £30


Isn't that because the sales team you spoke to were not in-store so can only access the online prices?

Surely if I'm stood in-store with it in my hand (the keyboard I hasten to add :p) then the price match relates to the in-store price?
#40
tay1982
how much did you pay


£25.91 in the Rotherham, Parkgate store.

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