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Trust Wireless Optical Deskset DS-3400D UK - £12.28 Delivered @ Amazon !!

£12.28 @ Amazon
-Product Description: Trust XpertTouch Wireless Optical Deskset DS-3400D UK - keyboard , mouse -Device Type: Keyboard -Localisation: UK -Connectivity Technology: Wireless - RF -Wireless Receiver: …
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-Product Description: Trust XpertTouch Wireless Optical Deskset DS-3400D UK - keyboard , mouse
-Device Type: Keyboard
-Localisation: UK
-Connectivity Technology: Wireless - RF
-Wireless Receiver: USB wireless receiver
-Buttons Qty: 12
-Pointing Device / Manipulator: Mouse
-Battery: 4
-OS Required: Microsoft Windows 2000 / XP, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center --Edition, Microsoft Windows Vista
-Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years warranty
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#1
http://vebox.com/acatalog/DS-3400D.jpg
#2
Guys, forget the fact this is made by "Trust" ive got this set at home (payed £15 from PC World, possible price match action therefore?!) and it is perfect.

There's no pairing, just happens automatically, no dropped connections, the mouse fits excellently in the palm of your hand and the batteries last well over 3 months with heavy use.

The only criticism is that the keyboard takes AAA batteries which is kind of a pain, but this has none of the niggles of some microsoft/logitech products.

Perfect.
[mod]#3
The mouse alone is excellent. I bought one at Wilkinsons for £9.99 & went back & got another 3 for other laptops. It's very ergonomic, has excellent connectivity & the usb part that goes in the laptop is small unlike alot of wireless mouses (?mice) plus it has the extra back/forward browser buttons on the side. Can you tell I was impressed ;-)

The fact that you are getting a keyboard as well for just £12.28 makes this a cracking deal. Voted HOT :thumbsup:
#4
any idea what the range is, this'd be great for my ps3, or when I use my pc with TV
[mod]#5
ron s london
any idea what the range is, this'd be great for my ps3, or when I use my pc with TV


I've just checked & the range on the mouse is up to 8 metres, but I don't know about the keyboard though :thumbsup:


EDIT :
Product website >http://www.trust.com/products/product_detail.aspx?item=15176

The online manual says max 8m as well for this product - take it that refers to both keyboard & mouse
#6
I got this set from ebuyer a few weeks ago and I must say it is quality

The range sometimes cuts out when Im sitting on my bed and that is only 2 metres away but I think it is because the signal is being blocked

Great, heat added
[mod]#7
voted hot ordered !!
#8
does anyone know if this is likely to work with a ps3? If it will il deffo order one
1 Like #9
leehustwait
does anyone know if this is likely to work with a ps3? If it will il deffo order one



According to one of the Reviews on Amazon, YES.. :thumbsup:
1 Like #10
leehustwait;3270044
does anyone know if this is likely to work with a ps3? If it will il deffo order one

On of the Amazon customer reviews:


5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/x-locale/common/customer-reviews/stars-5-0._V45450368_.gifTrust DS3400 wireless keyboard and mouse - just works with PS3 and Linux too, 2 Jul 2008
By Mr. R. M. Dziemianko (uk) - See all my reviews
http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/x-locale/communities/reputation/c7y_badge_rn_1._V45457015_.gif
Though only specifed for Windows, I found the keyboard and mouse worked faultlessly with Umbuntu Linux, and with the Sony PS3 running its own os (just plug in the reciever - no tweaks required)!

The Keyboard is compact with a good feel for typing. The mouse works well on most surfaces and has a good shape. The Range is good if you put the reciever in a USB slot at the front of your machine (haven't tried it at 8m though). I haven't tired the "Windows keys" or the extra mouse buttons either. It runs off NiMH rechargable batteries fine too

I bought this as it was the cheapest - its also very good - super value!
#11
Sorry, I should have posted this as separate deals - just happened to spot them while looking around amazon - not trying to hijack the thread or anything.

Labtec Media Wireless Desktop £10 delivered:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Labtec-967526-0120-Media-Wireless-Desktop/dp/B000E1OHWC/ref=pd_cp_ce_3?pf_rd_p=136153791&pf_rd_s=center-41&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B000Y123DC&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=14AQ2RKKT3HGS6PP4M1B

seems to be PS/2 only. reviews inconclusive.

See also:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Labtec-media-wireless-desktop-800/dp/B000YSUB20/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

Another labtec set for £12.99 delivered.
#12
Does the mouse have infa red thing at the bottom, or the old ball?.

Noobish question i know!
1 Like #13
jaybizzle;3270131
Does the mouse have infa red thing at the bottom, or the old ball?.

Noobish question i know!


It's optical...

"infa red thing"

:)
#14
VanDutch
It's optical...

"infa red thing"

:)


Lol, Optical , DOH !

Cheer's :thumbsup:
#15
The return/enter key looks a bit small:?
#16
Warning - don't use wireless keyboards for any sensitive data. Some keyboards can be intercepted.

http://hackaday.com/2008/10/20/eavesdrop-on-keyboards-wirelessly/

Once the report gets published, cross the unsecure ones from your shopping list!
#17
These are quite good, Using one to type this lol
#18
Will this work on USB 1 and Ubununtu/Linux?
#19
Urgh. I would never buy a TRUST peripheral again, having bought a (wired) keyboard a few months back.
They're cheap for a reason... The whole thing has an awful feel to it, and one of the shift keys keeps getting stuck down.

I'm no snob, and I'm perma-broke - but I'm a convert when it comes to mouse/keyboard. It's worth paying a few quid extra for Logitech or similar.
(I wouldn't go so far as to pay for the Happy Hacking Keyboard HP Japan, mind! ;) )
#20
JoeYoungsta
I got this set from ebuyer a few weeks ago and I must say it is quality

The range sometimes cuts out when Im sitting on my bed and that is only 2 metres away but I think it is because the signal is being blocked

Great, heat added


Is that cos the monitor is really up close beside the toilet roll :w00t:
#21
How come free postage, its not over £15?
#22
boonergooner;3271023
How come free postage, its not over £15?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/258252/amazon-s-supersaver-minimum-price-r :thumbsup:
#23
Xb0xGuru
Warning - don't use wireless keyboards for any sensitive data. Some keyboards can be intercepted.

http://hackaday.com/2008/10/20/eavesdrop-on-keyboards-wirelessly/

Once the report gets published, cross the unsecure ones from your shopping list!



If someone was within 5m or so of my keyboard I'd be worried about them nicking more than my keystrokes!
#24
Inactive
According to one of the Reviews on Amazon, YES.. :thumbsup:


cheers,

ordered, just what i need!!!
#25
I got this set from PC World recently also, and i was just on the look out for a similar one for a laptop.

Ive not had an issue with the set so heat added and another one ordered.
#26
It is only £11.99 at eBuyer:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138196
[mod]#27
hshah
It is only £11.99 at eBuyer:
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138196


That's not delivered >http://www.ebuyer.com/special/1293

Don't know which charge applies, but the lowest possible charge is £2.58 if under ½kg or £3.88 if over that weight on longest delivery. So more expensive.
NB it's over 1kg so total price at ebuyer = £15.87 minimum.

They changed their delivery T&Cs a few weeks ago - didn't go down well on here ;-)
#28
Thanks Heat + Rep! Just what I was looking for also!

And yes ebuyer suck for delivery now, was about to buy a 1TB spinpoint from them, and 42" TV but they wanted something like £15 delivery.... Made it cheaper elsewhere
...Bring back free delivery!
#29
brain_stew
If someone was within 5m or so of my keyboard I'd be worried about them nicking more than my keystrokes!


Tests have shown that the data can be read through walls and up to 65 feet away


65ft = 19.8 metres.

Basically next door neighbours, someone parked outside etc etc. Not too sure where you got 5 metres from tho.
#30
£19.39 now.
:(
#31
Received this today, pleased with the keyboard and was with the mouse after re-adjusting the length of my mouse movements (my "old" mouse was a Microsoft Intellipoint), anyway I've gone back to the Intellipoint - a few times the wireless one jerked slightly, and this seemed to happen every time I moved it quickly - basically the optical thing on the bottom isn't as good as I'd like it to be. I'll keep it around as a spare mouse though... (I only bought this because earlier posters said it was very high quality, sorry, I disagree). Like I said though, the keyboard's nicer than my old one, and quieter too :).
#32
It got delivered yesterday but its faulty!!

The mouse doesnt connect after the set installs automatically. I took the batteries out and in again, and then it starts working for a bit before stopping again! The only way to get it to "wake up" is to take the batt out/in. Clicking any of the buttons don't work at all...

Does anyone have this problem?? I'm sending back to amazon i think...

Oh yes, another question - does amazon pay for me to send back the item?? When I was going through the process, I only got to the stage where I gave them the 200-word reason for the return. Then the page that followed made it sound like I had to pay postage myself to send it back...

Thanks

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