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XPS One ...Keyboard Question

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Hi, Can someone help please.I have just bought one of these from Dell as I missed the £499 offer I could only knock them down to £515 when I looked at the specs it states that the keyboard is a logit… Read More
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Hi,
Can someone help please.I have just bought one of these from Dell as I missed the £499 offer I could only knock them down to £515 when I looked at the specs it states that the keyboard is a logitech EX110,I queried this as I was expecting the XPS wireless with integrated track.They told me the logitech was an upgrade.I cannot fiond the specs for the XPS keyboard.
Am I being fed a line or is this info comparing the two correct?? Need a quick answer as if rubbish I will amend cancel order
Cheers all
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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#1
Well you wouldnt want an intergrated track anyway tbh since you will be using a proper mouse i assume.
The EX110 is a logitech wireless KB does it come with the mouse aswell?

its alright, it will do tbh. a KB is a KB is a KB really in all honesty. Just varying in keysize, feel etc, unless you go for the higher end stuff with the intergrated LCD or OLED Keys.
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Jetpac
its alright, it will do tbh. a KB is a KB is a KB really in all honesty. Just varying in keysize, feel etc, unless you go for the higher end stuff with the intergrated LCD or OLED Keys.


The lableable/LCD screens are just specialist stuff, the normal higher end keyboards are high-end because they're very nice to type on and well built enough to last for a couple of decades.

The EX110 may be an upgrade, keyboards get more expensive based mostly on quality rather than features. The default dell XPS keyboard does seem to have a built in trackpad though, so if you do want that then cancel the order.
#3
Thanks for the replies,I did ask Dell what the difference was but after three hours 7 calls and total exasperation I posted here!

The Specs do state that the XPS keyboard also has a mouse as well as the integrated track pad.Has anyone here got an XPS one and can advise??

Tried to alter the order with Dell but was told that I would have to receive the order then contact Customers services and ask for the XPS keyboard to be sent instead!!!

I did explain that this would mean I would not be able to use the computer until I received the alternative keyboard, but was told that this was the only way to get around this!!
I picked myself off of the floor and told the women in Delhi this was insane but could get no further with her

:cry:
#4
This is an odd one.

The XPS One is supposed to come with a dedicated keyboard and mouse that are already paired up with the main unit. Having seen both this keyboard - on someone else's PC - and the EX110 I know it is much better and the EX110 is very low end.

However, I would imagine that the XPS One comes with its own keyboard in the box. Mine arrived yesterday - in just one box - but I won't get a chance to open it until end of today, so will post again then.
#5
Thanks to all that posted replies.
The system arrived today and the XPS keyboard was with it...so was the logitech!!
As for an upgrade, I don't think so, one keyboard feels well made and smart looking the other is Logitech : )

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