Ebuyer; Xenta Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard - Silver & White Free Delivery £14.97 now £5.98
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Ebuyer; Xenta Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard - Silver & White Free Delivery £14.97 now £5.98

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Found 6th May 2017
click and collect also avaliable
Bluetooth Version 3.0
For Windows, iOS, iPad, Android and Mac
Operating distance upto 10m
78 Keys with three modes (iOS, Android and Windows)
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thegamingkinginfo

I don't even think Apple would sell anything for £5.98...



If they sold £1 coins they might be £5.98.
mad_design_man

Cold - it's not Apple


I don't even think Apple would sell anything for £5.98...
gorgo2015

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_6_16?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=rechargeable+bluetooth+keyboard&sprefix=Rechargeable+blu%2Caps%2C242&crid=12F4RARCBTM15



Link for one at 'about £5.98' please.
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Nice find
also there's a wireless version not Bluetooth in black for £5 that usually sells for £15
great deal....trying to find a reason to buy....a bit wide at 28.5cm to complement an ipad i think in terms of portability
Bargain, it even has a £ symbol.
I bought one of these to use with a streaming device but the wifi dongle interferes with the stream so based on that It was returned for a refund. Remember buy cheap buy twice
Cold - it's not Apple
mad_design_man

Cold - it's not Apple


I don't even think Apple would sell anything for £5.98...
thegamingkinginfo

I don't even think Apple would sell anything for £5.98...



If they sold £1 coins they might be £5.98.
Good price. I have a Bluetooth one which looks identical to this, except it charges via USB and doesn't use AAA batteries.
good deal
thanks there's been few times one of this would of been handy, but next time I will have one! cheers
£7.96 including click & collect shipping cost (cheapest available) but still decent.

Cheers

andynicol

£7.96 including click & collect shipping cost (cheapest available) but … £7.96 including click & collect shipping cost (cheapest available) but still decent.Cheers


It's free delivery if you choose Friday 12th.
Why Bluetooth though? The main advantage of Bluetooth is that unlike infrared, the radiation can penetrate objects. Infrared seems to work just fine in a desktop environment.

Interesting article comparing various technologies and why you should use either.

digikey.co.uk/en/…ies
Didn't realise it's BT 3.0. Not good.
it's been many years since I bought anything from ebuyer since their customer service took a nosedive but at this price it would be rude not to.
supermann

Didn't realise it's BT 3.0. Not good.



Not good? It's a fiver ffs
Any good for xb1?
RiverDragon8

It's free delivery if you choose Friday 12th.



My bad, never spotted that X)
dkingdom

Not good? It's a fiver ffs



Yes alright. My experience of BT 3.0 devices is they can be a pain in the **** to pair. IR is just so much simpler, plug it in and it works. And yes I have bought IR keyboards for a similar price.
the wifi version would be better imo and its cheaper....BT is always a pain to pair up all the time.
IR ones you would need to be in the line of sight from the reciever too.

wifi version
ebuyer.com/233…4ag
Not rechargeable! I've seen rechargeable on Amazon for about the same price.
gorgo2015

Not rechargeable! I've seen rechargeable on Amazon for about the same … Not rechargeable! I've seen rechargeable on Amazon for about the same price.



Link please.
would this work with an amazon firestick
gorgo2015

https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_6_16?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=rechargeable+bluetooth+keyboard&sprefix=Rechargeable+blu%2Caps%2C242&crid=12F4RARCBTM15



Link for one at 'about £5.98' please.
The one Xenta thing I've owned (a mouse) broke in around a minute.
CosmicAero

also there's a wireless version not Bluetooth in black for £5 that … also there's a wireless version not Bluetooth in black for £5 that usually sells for £15


link, tried searching earlier but only shows a bluetooth one.
Thanks OP, order BT version

The WIFI version does not offer a free deliver
supermann

Yes alright. My experience of BT 3.0 devices is they can be a pain in the … Yes alright. My experience of BT 3.0 devices is they can be a pain in the **** to pair. IR is just so much simpler, plug it in and it works. And yes I have bought IR keyboards for a similar price.


IR (infrared) requires uninterupted line of sight visibility between transmitter and receiver. How does that work for instances where say the IR keyboard is on a desk and the IR receiver is in base unit below the desk?
mad_design_man

Cold - it's not Apple




here rich guy - apple.com/uk/…-UK
Out of stock now
OOS
Pull the trigger
supermann

Why Bluetooth though? The main advantage of Bluetooth is that unlike … Why Bluetooth though? The main advantage of Bluetooth is that unlike infrared, the radiation can penetrate objects. Infrared seems to work just fine in a desktop environment. Interesting article comparing various technologies and why you should use either. https://www.digikey.co.uk/en/articles/techzone/2011/aug/comparing-low-power-wireless-technologies



Troll? Time traveller from 1990s?

IrDA and similar IR technologies have been dead in computing space for over a decade.
The line of sight requirement is total pain to deal with and with ubiquity of super cheap 2.4Ghz spectrum chips (BT and other wireless protocols), there is absolutely no valid reason to use IR any more for computer peripherals.
aszu

Troll? Time traveller from 1990s?IrDA and similar IR technologies have … Troll? Time traveller from 1990s?IrDA and similar IR technologies have been dead in computing space for over a decade. The line of sight requirement is total pain to deal with and with ubiquity of super cheap 2.4Ghz spectrum chips (BT and other wireless protocols), there is absolutely no valid reason to use IR any more for computer peripherals.



I apologise as I've just checked my desktop keyboard specifications and it's using wireless 2.4ghz radio frequency and was confusing it with the one I use as a TV remote.
Anyone know if it will work on Rasberry PI
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