ASDA Premium Wireless Keyboard £11.50 - Back in Stock
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ASDA Premium Wireless Keyboard £11.50 - Back in Stock

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Found 22nd May 2012
I posted this deal last week and it sold out fast.
I just checked the site and it is back in stock.
FREE delivery to your nearest Asda store for collection or £2.95 P&P.
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so all you PC users can pretend to have Macs...

**and with the trap baited... he sat, waiting for the onslaught **
See, the thing about Macs is...they look fantastic. There's no doubt that they look a lot sexier and cooler than a PC and in some departments even perform better, but PCs are a LOT cheaper on the whole and seem to be more versatile for stuff that's out there... ...so I think the big stumbling block is the ridiculously over-inflated prices that Apple charge it's customers!

...as for this product, I presume it's solid plastic as opposed to the metal on the Mac? Can't argue with the price though if you really have to have the Mac look...not that keen myself
Krinkle walked into that one
Plastic - cold.

As a mac user I want everything wrapped in aluminium
Mikey91

Plastic - cold. As a mac user I want everything wrapped in aluminium



Apple keyboard - £43.00
mgb20

Apple keyboard - £43.00



I'll have me some of that.
oos

Why the rants about Apple and PC, this is a PC keyboard pure and simple.
They had loads of these in the Wakefield Asda last night.
Can you get these to work on an X360 ?
OOS
Looks sweet. I can't afford Apple. This will make me feel like I'm wearing a fake Rolex, or a lecaste t-shirt. They look the same and from a mile away can easily be mistaken for the real thing.

£11.50 for a wireless keyboard is good. But £11.50 for a 'premium' wireless keyboard is hot!

Some questions before I try track 4 down. Is there a non-premium version that is cheaper and what do are the 'premium' features of the board?
Krinkle

See, the thing about Macs is...they look fantastic. There's no doubt … See, the thing about Macs is...they look fantastic. There's no doubt that they look a lot sexier and cooler than a PC and in some departments even perform better, but PCs are a LOT cheaper on the whole and seem to be more versatile for stuff that's out there... ...so I think the big stumbling block is the ridiculously over-inflated prices that Apple charge it's customers!...as for this product, I presume it's solid plastic as opposed to the metal on the Mac? Can't argue with the price though if you really have to have the Mac look...not that keen myself



My daughter recently paid shedloads of money - £1395 - buying an Apple Mac (from the Apple store at Lakeside so it IS the real thing). Guess what - the keyboard is PLASTIC.
M1sterDeeds

Looks sweet. I can't afford Apple. This will make me feel like I'm … Looks sweet. I can't afford Apple. This will make me feel like I'm wearing a fake Rolex, or a lecaste t-shirt. They look the same and from a mile away can easily be mistaken for the real thing. :3£11.50 for a wireless keyboard is good. But £11.50 for a 'premium' wireless keyboard is hot!Some questions before I try track 4 down. Is there a non-premium version that is cheaper and what do are the 'premium' features of the board?



I can only guess that it is labelled 'Premium' because unlike the Apple equivalent it is an 'extended' keyboard. That is, it has a numerical pad, unlike the Apple one.
Wow I never knew an Apple keyboard didn't have the numerical pad. You guys get swizzed. How tight is that?

I often do math puzzles before bedtime and I'd be lost without my numerical keypad. I can also type 80085 much faster!
Apple wireless keyboard: apple.com/uk/…rd/ - Designed to have a small form factor

Apple wired keyboard with numerical keypad: store.apple.com/uk/…K/B - This IS made of aluminium and not plastic.
Oos
ASDA Premium Wireless Keyboard
Product availability status:

Out of stock.

Catalogue number:
517-501
I was looking for any old wireless keyboard so I got one of these a couple of days ago from the Asda Kingswood Hull store before I saw this page. It's not a bad keyboard really, great keyboard for a touch over a Tenner. It also comes with a dust cover for it which looks nice but is very hard to type with it on the keyboard.
The fact that it's cheap and wireless is great. The fact that it's actually not bad to type on is a bonus. 8 out of 10.
Item is currently back in stock as of 24th May 2012 at 4.30pm
I ordered one last week and just picked it up this evening. I wanted a wireless keyboard for one of the rooms I'm busy working on at the minute (games room for my son). I intend hooking the laptop up to the tv on the wall in there so the tv can be used as the monitor. Already have a Logitech wireless mouse. Anyway, I've tried it with the laptop and it works great. Placed the laptop in kitchen, walked down the hall with the keyboard (about 20 feet away from the laptop), and it worked without a hitch. It looks great and the fact that it has a LED indicator for Cap, Number and Scroll Lock really makes it for me. There are so many wireless keyboards that do not offer that simple yet (to me), useful indicator.

Top marks from me so far.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 31st May 2012
hi everyone - If you have still got one of these ASDA White Wireless keyboards with the Dongle Key and it is still working...and...If you are willing to post it to me... I will buy it from you! - (Pay through 'PayPal').....PLEASE email me at - petmemorial@live.co.uk -
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