Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard @ Currys Ebay for £39.99
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Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard @ Currys Ebay for £39.99

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Found 11th May
It's close to the same price on amazon but isn't in stick until the 25th of May... here's the link:
amazon.co.uk/dp/…51Q
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'Mech Dome' switches for those that are interested,
Same price in store,

possibly linked to a steam voucher bonus also though it says selected models so the sticker might have been in the worng place.
Edited by: "daze24" 11th May
Anyone looking for a decent mechanical keyboard should check out the Corsair Manufacturer refurbs at Scan. Got the Corsair Strafe Cherry MX Red last week for £55 and it looks genuinely brand new with a full 12 months warranty, it's a great keyboard. They normally retail at well over £100. Scan have many other Corsair refurbs for different tastes and budgets

scan.co.uk/pro…-pr

scan.co.uk/sho…rds
I have this keyboard.

It's horrendously bad for typing on. It's clunky. Loud and just generally crap. Worst thing I've purchased.
toaster8 h, 6 m ago

Anyone looking for a decent mechanical keyboard should check out the …Anyone looking for a decent mechanical keyboard should check out the Corsair Manufacturer refurbs at Scan. Got the Corsair Strafe Cherry MX Red last week for £55 and it looks genuinely brand new with a full 12 months warranty, it's a great keyboard. They normally retail at well over £100. Scan have many other Corsair refurbs for different tastes and budgetshttps://www.scan.co.uk/products/corsair-gaming-strafe-cherry-mx-red-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-dynamic-red-backlighting-usb-fully-prhttps://www.scan.co.uk/shop/computer-hardware/keyboards/mechanical-gaming-keyboards


Corsair's "single color" backliut keyboards have a terrible reputation for LED failures - well, in fairness, most single-color LED switches have serious reliability issues

This means 'refurbs' are likely keyboards which have already suffered failures and will probably see more within a matter of months - do you feel lucky?

At one point, Corsair required you send the keyboards back to Germany (which cost a fortune) - I believe they may have UK service now tho.

I never really wanted backlit keys - I don't look at my keyboard so why would I?

After a series of "single color" white/blue/red boards which all failed I ended-up with an RGB unit and it's been OK thusfar - certainly the newer generations of LED backlit switches seem better suited to the task (tho the backlit keys will still be the death of the keyboard at some point).
therealjohnpeat40 m ago

Corsair's "single color" backliut keyboards have a terrible reputation for …Corsair's "single color" backliut keyboards have a terrible reputation for LED failures - well, in fairness, most single-color LED switches have serious reliability issuesThis means 'refurbs' are likely keyboards which have already suffered failures and will probably see more within a matter of months - do you feel lucky? At one point, Corsair required you send the keyboards back to Germany (which cost a fortune) - I believe they may have UK service now tho.I never really wanted backlit keys - I don't look at my keyboard so why would I?After a series of "single color" white/blue/red boards which all failed I ended-up with an RGB unit and it's been OK thusfar - certainly the newer generations of LED backlit switches seem better suited to the task (tho the backlit keys will still be the death of the keyboard at some point).


I have zero interest in back lighting, I turn it off, the keyboard I got is great and well reviewed.
Edited by: "toaster" 11th May
toaster11th May

I have zero interest in back lighting, I turn it off, the keyboard I got …I have zero interest in back lighting, I turn it off, the keyboard I got is great and well reviewed.


Worth nothing that some keyboards, when the LEDs fail, will switch-on LEDs whether you like it or not - I'd assumed, worst case, I'd just turn-off the LEDs but once a couple had failed this was no-longer an option.

Depends on the exact model but 'turning them off' with some boards may require a soldering iron...
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