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Cyber Monday Accessories e.g.: Wired Hi-Fi Headset £9.99 Split Keyboard £34.99 USB-C 4K Mobile Hub £34.99 delivered, using code @ Lenovo

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4039264_1.jpgLenovo Enhanced Performance USB Keyboard Gen II (UK English) £14.99

Enhance the productivity at the tip of your fingers with the Lenovo Enhanced Performance USB Keyboard Gen II. This full-size keyboard features a 3-zone layout with dedicated numeric keypad and ultra responsive keys. There are 7 programmable keys with both default and customisable functions that automatically switch to app-specific defined tasks. The dedicated multimedia keys allows one-click access to your audio-video needs. There are 2 USB passthrough ports, 1 x USB 3.0 and 1 x USB 2.0, to easily connect with your peripherals. With wired connectivity, you can have a dependable keyboard without the need for batteries.
Key Details
  • Productivity at your fingertips
  • Easy expansion, blazing-fast data
  • True comfort, lasting focus

4039264_1.jpgLenovo Go Wireless Split Keyboard - UK English £34.99

The Lenovo Go Wireless Split Keyboard is a revolution in workplace comfort designed to reduce the strain on your forearms, hands and shoulders. Sculpted using the latest ergonomic science, the keyboard features strain-reducing vertical tenting and a negative tilt that ensure your posture is correctly aligned at all times so you can maintain focus and productivity for longer.
Key Details
  • Human-inspired True Ergonomic split keyboard
  • 13-degrees splay for straight typing, comfortable neck and shoulders
  • 11-degrees vertical tenting for a more natural typing posture

Lenovo Select USB-C 4K Mobile Hub £34.99

Lenovo Select USB-C 4K Mobile Hub expands the capabilities of ultrabook. With USB-C passthrough power, you can connect and charge your ultrabook or USB accessories. Get a second screen experience and connect via HDMI (4K @ 30 Hz) or VGA Full HD (1920x1080p) video for improved productivity. With a compact design, it is easy to carry and eliminates the your needs for video adapter and dongles.

Key Details
  • 1. Max 1 external display - HDMI (4K@30Hz) or VGA Full HD (1920x1080p)
  • 2. 2 x USB-A 3.1 Gen1 ports (up to 5 Gbps)
  • 3. 1 x USB-C 3.1 Gen1 port for data synchronisation (up to 5 Gbps)
  • 4. 1 x RJ45 Ethernet port (10/100/1000 Mbps)
  • 5. USB-C 3.0 power delivery (5V/9V/20V up to 3A, 60W Maximum)

Lenovo Select USB-A Wired Hi-Fi Headset (with in-line controls) £9.99

The Lenovo Select USB-A Wired Hi-Fi Headset With Inline Controls was designed for professionals who want the superior audio quality of a USB headset without the compatibility challenges of USB-C. With hassle-free plug-and-play, impressive audio drivers, a passive noise-cancelling mic, you are only ever seconds away from a world-class audio experience when you need it.

Lenovo Select Analogue Hi-Fi Headset (with in-line controls) £9.99

When you live a life that demands you be ready for action, anywhere & anytime - flexibility is key. That’s why the Lenovo Select Analogue Hi-Fi Headset With In-Line Controls sports a dependable universal 3.5 mm audio jack with easy access in-line audio controls. Delivering best-in-class playback with a hearing-safe 94 dB max volume & a studio-quality boom mic that could hear a pin drop - it’s a match made in heaven for students, professionals and gamers alike.

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    Fantastic price for the wireless split keyboard
    Yeap, is splitting my account and mind
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    Is that... cork?! What were they thinking?
    Surely it can't be any worse than the sticky rubberised plastic coating nonsense some companies like to use? Or could it be? No idea how to clean cork.
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    How you can get the headset for 9,99 ? I can drop the price to 22,50 no more than that
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    Hey look, that keyboard again! Great for people working from home that miss the office cork.
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    straight on it for the split keyboard, many thanks.
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    Really good price for usbc hub with ethernet port and pd pass through too
    Will it work only on thinkpads? Can it work on dell latitudes? (edited)
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    The code looks to be expired now at least on the keyboard.
    Still working for me.
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    Are the earphones on ear or over ear?
    Theres pictures.
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    Code no longer working.
    I take it back. There are two items when you search. The same keyboard but one with 0 stars and one with 5 stars. It works with the 0 star one.
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    Thanks OP, I was eyeing up the keyboard the night before for £70, so was really happy to find it reduced further.

    It's just turned up, and I'm typing on it. It's great for a scissor switch type keyboard. It is quiet and the tenting isn't even that hard to get used to. I got 96wpm on it after using it for a minute I only peak at about 100wpm on my mechanical keyboard. Very comfortable, quiet and the cork is fantastic, really nice feels. Was worried that it might be too large, but actually it's quite modest on the desk. So hopefully it will be a goer in the long run.

    The backspace is a bit of stretch, and the home and end keys are a little remote, but glad they didn't cram extra keys in or make a weird layout. It has a nice balance.

    I guess a grumble could be that it hasn't also got bluetooth modes so I could quickly swap computers, but hey, you can't have everything.

    Got some pairing issues on one machine running linux. Have to remove the usb dongle and re-add to get it to work after waking the keyboard. Typical.

    Cheers. (edited)
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    I bought the split keyboard and it was crap. I arranged a return the very next day.
    I had doubts about the quality of the product from the outset as the tear strip kept breaking up when I tried to open the box. I put the thing on my desk and it looked butt ugly. It did not feel ergonomic at all and the keys looked and felt flimsy and poorly finished. It's large as well as ugly and lacks a number pad. The returns process isn't very streamlined. I had to call Lenovo to submit the returns request, now I'm waiting for the courier to contact me to arrange a collection date. No way is this ugly lump of plastic worth the £35 deal, let alone its £100 RRP price tag. (edited)