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Element Gaming Palladium - Aluminium Gaming Keyboard £19.97 Ebuyer
Element Gaming Palladium - Aluminium Gaming Keyboard £19.97 Ebuyer

Element Gaming Palladium - Aluminium Gaming Keyboard £19.97 Ebuyer

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Has been on offer previously on Amazon at £19.99 (I purchased mine from Amazon when the deal was on) but is now back up to £24.99. Ebuyer are currently offering it for £19.97 with free delivery

Very good keyboard for the money, really well built and you can change the colour of the back-light to match your system. Checkout the customer photos on Amazon, someone has cycled through the different options.

This heavyweight membrane keyboard from Element Gaming sets the standard for other boards to follow. Fast responsive keys, anti-ghosting technology, and brilliant LED lighting make the Palladium an ideal board to complete any gamer's rig.

Features

19 anti-ghost keys, for accurate gaming
7 colour back lit keys, brightness & colour adjustable
Solid aircraft grade Aluminium
Multi-function FN key combinations

Designed to win
This super-stylish board features bright white keys suspended above a heavy, brushed metal chassis. The weight of the chassis anchors the keyboard to the table top providing a stable platform which won't move even during the most frenzied of battles.

The key to success
The high-quality build of the board is typified with the double injection caps on the keys. Fast and responsive they will give you a critical edge over your opponents. An advantage that will be enhanced with the 19 gaming grade anti-ghosting keys and the clever ergonomic layout designed to reduce fatigue during extended gaming sessions. Please note - the keyboard features a universal layout overlaid with UK print.

Lighting the way
We all like a bit of bling and the LED lighting on the Palladium is not only invaluable when gaming but simply looks the business; even when you are just typing. There are seven different colours and the lighting can be set to one colour or to pulse between all seven. Changing the colour and brightness is easy with the function keys.

This high-specification board is terrific value for money. Element have cornered the market in producing premium gaming peripherals at prices that all gamers can afford.

Key features

1.5mm metal top panel
Injection moulded key caps
Universal keyboard layout
Suspended key cap design
19 gaming grade anti-ghosting keys
Selectable LED lighting
Windows lock key
Multi-function FN key combinations
Ergonomic design
Seven pulsing colours
10 million key stroke life cycle
Five core braided cabled
USB connection

27 Comments

not mechanical, US layout

Not mechanical but still awesome.
I have been hammering away on Battlefield with this for a few months now and it's been faultless.
Great quality for the money.

I have had one of these for over a year and they are great quality only down point is the spikey design on mine was alittle sharp when i got it and had to file it down alittle (I know random)

It's a very decent keyboard for the price. Free next day delivery :-)
H-O-T

I love it, got it over 1 year ago at the same price. It came with a large mouse mat for free

can anyone confirm the keyboard layout.. if it's a UK keyboard I am in!

polarbaba

can anyone confirm the keyboard layout.. if it's a UK keyboard I am in!



US

nw104hh

US



​hmm ... shame...

polarbaba

​hmm ... shame...



Why not, whats the difference? Thanks OP been looking for a solid cheap budget keyboard for my son for a while now and this perfect.

Used to own one too. Very well built and weighty.

There isn't a major difference between US and UK, but what there is really is a dealbreaker for me. I shouldn't be annoyed when typing, ever.

If it's a US layout, it shouldn't really be sold in this country. But then, it is eBuyer, so that's about the standard one should expect of them.

billyc74

not mechanical, US layout



thank you.

Antagonist1

There isn't a major difference between US and UK, but what there is … There isn't a major difference between US and UK, but what there is really is a dealbreaker for me. I shouldn't be annoyed when typing, ever.



​the difference is in my specific case is that I use lots of different computers including my own at home for documents and also gaming. in my case it would drive me crazy even if there are very few keys that are different.

it may not be a bother for others. I only speak for myself as I bought a us keyboard without checking once .... only did that mistake once!

This will work with Windows 10 right?

Any recommendations for a UK layout illuminated keyboard?

'10 million key stroke life cycle', thanks but I'll hold out for something in the 15 million to 20 million range

Please note - the keyboard features a universal layout overlaid with UK print < from ebuyer site
Edited by: "mikebpool" 15th Mar

get a mechanical

greenblob

MagicForce 68 mechanical keyboard for £10 from Amazon.



Shows as £30 for me, camels shows lowest price was £19 back in jan but never £10, you sure you linked the right board?

Whats with all the white/beige keyboards. Is 90s now retro?
Wouldn't mind this one in black

michaeljb

Shows as £30 for me, camels shows lowest price was £19 back in jan but n … Shows as £30 for me, camels shows lowest price was £19 back in jan but never £10, you sure you linked the right board?



He probably means £10 less.

I love it, same price over 1 year ago but it came with one free large mat of the same make

mikebpool

Please note - the keyboard features a universal layout overlaid with UK … Please note - the keyboard features a universal layout overlaid with UK print < from ebuyer site



There's no such thing as a universal layout. The shapes of keys are different between US and UK and it means you cannot just change what is printed on the keys.

What they probably mean is that the 2,3,4 keys have speech marks, pounds and euros on them.

US key layout has a large left shift moves the backslash/pipe key to above the (flat single row) return key. As a coder these differences can be frustrating, especially if you have one layout at work and a different one at home.

Once you’ve used a keyboard that is both illuminated and backlit, you’ll never want go back to one that isn’t . The US layout however, is a nuisance.

Even with the US keyboard, it really is worth considering for a cheap keyboard. I mean, I was a firm believer in the UK-only keyboard layout for years, but eventually I moved to a specific mechanical one which I could only find with a US layout. I bought a backup, this, which I gave to a friend because I didn't use it.

This doesn't feel rubber dome so that itself is a huge bonus. I'm often at the mech keyboards subreddit so I'm accustomed to the layout by now (you'd have to be), and if you remember Alt+0163 for your £, and you have your numpad, you're doing fine. Everything else is representative. I think the biggest nuisance with US layout is if you're docking/undocking a laptop with a different region keyboard or often using RDP to many different machines.
Edited by: "Rumitus" 16th Mar
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