Logitech Wireless Desktop MK250 Keyboard / Mouse £13.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest I have seen this set so far,seems to have got some good reviews so ordered myself and thought I'd share.
Also says PS3 compatible and In Stock.
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#1
Superb keyboard, still going strong, toddler gave it a bath the other day, dried well!?! The mouse works well, although not the fastest pointer.
Best price so far, and a bargain. Anyone curious about the wireless world would not go wrong on this, thanks OP
#2
Excellent,should be a good replacement for my super special Lidl wireless set I'm using at the mo then,pretty sure I've single handedly kept Duracell in business for the last three years!!
#3
thezepplin
Excellent,should be a good replacement for my super special Lidl wireless set I'm using at the mo then,pretty sure I've single handedly kept Duracell in business for the last three years!!

lol
Good battery life on these, using old, (3 year), Hamas 2200 rechargables here, getting 4 month plus at a time.
#4
very good price , I paid £17.99
#5
does any1 know how big the receiver is, is it a nano receiver?

Edited By: spacemaniac on Dec 14, 2010 19:22
#6
argh stop making me buy stuff. stupid site!! Good fine OP
#7
mad2477
argh stop making me buy stuff. stupid site!! Good fine OP
I feel your pain,endless wallet bashing!
#8
Using one now and it's great!
#9
spacemaniac
does any1 know how big the receiver is, is it a nano receiver?


its a tiny usb plug
#10
spacemaniac
does any1 know how big the receiver is, is it a nano receiver?

Picture here :
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/logitech-wireless-desktop-mk250-key/818126#comments
#11
bought it for [email protected] , says delviered on 7thdec.Stil haven't received....gutted with [email protected]
#12
hmmm, not used Play.com before and when went to open new account it insisted on my credit card details which I didn't want to give it.
I use the 'Smart Swipe' card reader so the site to me is unsecure as it is effectively blocking me from using the card reader.
#13
Great price thanks :)
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same price at amazon if that helps any one click here
#15
wobbler44
hmmm, not used Play.com before and when went to open new account it insisted on my credit card details which I didn't want to give it.
I use the 'Smart Swipe' card reader so the site to me is unsecure as it is effectively blocking me from using the card reader.


Just a quick note.. You might want to double check how secure that thing is.. I looked at one a while back and while its not clear exactly what it does, I came to the conclusion it cant really be doing anything any more securely than using a keyboard would. (I'd love a free one to play with to see if its doing anything clever, but I wouldn't pay for one)

I might have believed it was in some way better if it only worked with compatible sites (although this would be a problem in itself) as it could do end to end encryption, but you can support virtually any site using its software.. which suggests its just sending keystrokes into the browser.

It's certainly not something I would use as the potential for IT logging your data is there.. And at the time I couldn't really find out anything about the company that produces it.. I think I'd trust play.com more!!


Edited By: sambartle_theone on Dec 15, 2010 11:23: Spelling
#16
Just ordered as the comments say it works for Linux too.

Looking forward to getting it now.
#17
No lights on the keyboard and it does get frustrating when all the text comes out in CAPITALS Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
#18
I like! good price, been using this for a few months. Its essential if you use your laptop as a desktop replacement. I think that my eyesight is ten times worse due to the years working off a laptop, now I hook up to a 22-inch screen and plugin the usb. It's taken a few bashings in my rucksack, only once did a key come off, but that slotted stright back-in. And just to confirm, the mouse IS an optical one, not a track ball. Unbelievable price for this product. I am sure that there are better ones out there, but nowhere near this price. It's a good solid, dependable combo.
#19
Been waiting for this price, bought + don't forget QUIDCO
#20
On Play.com one of the reviews says they use it on their PS3, can anyone confirm this as I need one for my PS3 and this would be great Thanks....
#21
I'd imagine it will work as it'll just show up as a couple of HID devices. (I've not tried it though)

Edited By: sambartle_theone on Dec 15, 2010 16:19
#22
sambartle_theone
wobbler44
hmmm, not used Play.com before and when went to open new account it insisted on my credit card details which I didn't want to give it.I use the 'Smart Swipe' card reader so the site to me is unsecure as it is effectively blocking me from using the card reader.
Just a quick note.. You might want to double check how secure that thing is.. I looked at one a while back and while its not clear exactly what it does, I came to the conclusion it cant really be doing anything any more securely than using a keyboard would. (I'd love a free one to play with to see if its doing anything clever, but I wouldn't pay for one)I might have believed it was in some way better if it only worked with compatible sites (although this would be a problem in itself) as it could do end to end encryption, but you can support virtually any site using its software.. which suggests its just sending keystrokes into the browser.It's certainly not something I would use as the potential for IT logging your data is there.. And at the time I couldn't really find out anything about the company that produces it.. I think I'd trust play.com more!!
I understood that that was the whole point of it, that it DID do end-to-end encryption, from the reader right through to the participating website. I have used it several times and each time all the card details are just represented by a padlock symbol in the various fields on the webpage.
Your point about it working with virtually any site surely is negated by the fact that it wouldn't work at play.com ? The 'Smart Swipe' just ignored attempts to read the card in order to complete the new user aplication.
I'm not trying to throw any doubts on play.com's integrity, maybe it's something to do with it being Jersey-based, don't know, but after having shelling out over 60 quid on this thing I am going to stick to compatible sites. Maybe I'm a mug, but until I hear otherwise I will take your suspicions on board but not act upon them, cheers :-)
#24
voted hot and bought one. Thanks

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