Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - Now Scanning at £10 @ Tesco Instore (RRP: £40)
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Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad - Now Scanning at £10 @ Tesco Instore (RRP: £40)

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Found 26th Jun 2013
Popped into Tesco Durham and noticed they had this at £20 with a normal white SEL so should be available at other stores. Grabbed myself one at this price - seems like a bargain.
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I m extremely sorry. No vote for Tesco deal
raulvibes

I m extremely sorry. No vote for Tesco deal



No like , no problem .... Just ignore it instead of writing tosh.
Hot price, lovely product. Good luck to those looking for it
This this a USB model?
rich20scott

This this a USB model?



Yep
Present in Dundee Kingsway store too.
*saves the £20 for a mechanical keyboard instead*
I want!! But can I be bothered with chasing geese.
Do these work on like normal pc's? Not apple products
Apple makes the worst keyboards in the market.
thanks for posting; just got one in Warrington.

@eapaper, yes they work on PCs but there are some differences in a the keymapping.
ChampionshipManager

Apple makes the worst keyboards in the market.



How many apple keyboards have you used?

These are too flat, the older chunky Apple keyboards were miles better.

burgess101

*saves the £20 for a mechanical keyboard instead*



Halfway there...
TehSheep

How many apple keyboards have you used?



Plenty, TehSheep.
ChampionshipManager

Apple makes the worst keyboards in the market.

in your humble opinion. If you like a light touch keyboard with short-travel keys then they are great. Although if you like to hammer away like a chimp with a typewriter you'll want something a little more traditional
nublets2k

Halfway there...


Today I learned that half of £60 is £20...(_;)
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Don't suppose you have a code do you mate?

Can't be bothered chasing round Tesco stores, so if you do could phone the local stores to see first!

Cheers.
I used to use one of these, but it doesn't play too nicely with a Thunderbolt Display. Sometimes the USB controller seems to have a fit with the keyboard plugged in. Switched to the Bluetooth model with no number pad and everything is fine. I don't really miss the number pad too much, since who really uses a Mac for intense spreadsheet sessions?
This offer's been on for ages, along with:

Magic trackpad £29
85w Magsafe power supply £32
Mice (corded) £20
Camera Kit (30 pin) £12.50
iPad Applecare £30

A search before posting can reduce repeat postings......It's nationwide, subject to stock obviously
Edited by: "dré." 26th Jun 2013
Cepultura

Today I learned that half of £60 is £20...(_;)



Although apple suck. Who in their right mind would buy one of those sh1tty steelseries keyboards for £60!?
Cepultura

Today I learned that half of £60 is £20...(_;)


He already had £10, didn't you know?
tjc2005

Although apple suck. Who in their right mind would buy one of those … Although apple suck. Who in their right mind would buy one of those sh1tty steelseries keyboards for £60!?



Coolermaster, Zowie, Ducky, Filco, DAS are the only way for mechanical keyboards.
seen an apple mouse for this price in my local tesco earlier on today
Picked up last two from Kingsway branch of Dundee.
Love these keyboards... I had RSI problems with mice and keyboards, swapped my mouse for an ergonomic hand mouse and chunky keyboard for one of these - certainly helped as the angle of your wrists with these boards is so much shallower.

As a proficient typist as well, the shallow key depth makes typing more comfortable too. For £20 it's a great price - only problem for Windows users is that the Apple keys don't marry up to standard windows layout. You will need to either remap the keys or learn the foibles!
diverse

This offer's been on for ages, along with:Magic trackpad £2985w Magsafe … This offer's been on for ages, along with:Magic trackpad £2985w Magsafe power supply £32Mice (corded) £20Camera Kit (30 pin) £12.50iPad Applecare £30A search before posting can reduce repeat postings......It's nationwide, subject to stock obviously



I always search before posting. There was a deal on Tesco Direct but nothing for instore, hence why I posted this deal.
If you hate your own wrists and want to royally screw them up - use these!
Forced to use them at work (im a programmer), id rather code on a T9 pad.
Another Tesco deal that "never helps"
NO VOTE
saw them but aint got ipad
Comes with free goose and running shoes....
agree with spoonofmilk. superb keyboard. not sure why so many people slate this particular Apple product because it's the best keyboard I've owned.
bought it for 99p from HMV, cold from me hehehe
bulydogs

saw them but aint got ipad



It's a USB computer keyboard.
You might need extra Keyboard drivers to make this work the way you want in Windows but I love these keyboards, they are the best I've tried for writing quickly.
Nice deal on this, cheaper than I got mine from Comet whilst they were closing down to replace my Apple wireless keyboard that came with the iMac. I can understand why some people would prefer an alternative deeper keyboard but personally I love typing on these things and feel really uncomfortable when I switch back to a 'traditional' keyboard for work or on a friends PC.
Heat added.
nublets2k

These are too flat, the older chunky Apple keyboards were miles … These are too flat, the older chunky Apple keyboards were miles better.Halfway there...


WTF-F? How come that's so expensive?
Relievo

WTF-F? How come that's so expensive?



Tactile feedback. The keys are weighted, like a piano, so instead of the usual clackity-clack keys, you get some resistance from them. They're expensive to produce because each key needs a full mechanism for the weighting. Some people really like that feel to their keyboard, others prefer 'laptop style' like the apple ones with very little 'key travel' distance (I personally favour these) and others still like the old school traditional ones (that lead to RSI and other problems).
Relievo

WTF-F? How come that's so expensive?



mechanical keys are like cherry mx are very expensive to manufacture as opposed to a silicon keypad which are cheap and plentiful. but once you have used a mechanical keyboard for a decent length of time you are more able to judge if you like them or not as they tend to make a lot more noise than a basic silicon keypad keyboard, in their favour mechanical keys are supposed to last pretty much forever. theres more + and - points to both but its just a basic intro into the reason for the price.
Edited by: "goemon" 27th Jun 2013
Bought one of these in Newbury @ £20 - one left on shelf. Also picked up leather Smart Cover reduced to £16 from £65 :-)
raulvibes

I m extremely sorry. No vote for Tesco deal



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