Logitech K360 Black Wireless Keyboard with Coral Fan Design £9.99 @ ebuyer
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Logitech K360 Black Wireless Keyboard with Coral Fan Design £9.99 @ ebuyer

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Found 7th Mar 2014
Is going for £21 on Amazon..

Full UK layout wireless keyboard
- Up to 3 years lifespan on a single set of
batteries
- Pre-Installed batteries for quick set-up
- Logitech unifying receiver, one dongle for all
your Logitech devices

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Really cheap, shame it has a weird design!

Rizsparky

Really cheap, shame it has a weird design!



+1

design is perfect :))) the new fashion is weird and you get unifying device :))

Someone has spilt milk or something oO all over it
Edited by: "Wongy110" 7th Mar 2014

Be aware this is a compact keyboard mainly for use with a laptop.Good price though.

nothing wrong with the design! going for it.

Logitech need me on their design team.

PiratePete

Be aware this is a compact keyboard mainly for use with a laptop.Good … Be aware this is a compact keyboard mainly for use with a laptop.Good price though.


Still has all the keys I need, and the numpad too! According to the description, that's a full keyboard.

I bought one of these a while back (albeit different design) since I move between PC and sofa and wanted a wireless keyboard on the cheap. I was a bit dubious due to the price but it has been brilliant. Comfortable to use despite it being small and very much a full keyboard.

Hot from me. The unifying receiver is great too. 1 nano receiver works my keyboard and mouse, and could do a few more devices besides.

I carry mine around in my laptop bag.

Anyone recommend a wireless mouse to go with it?

IU bought these as gifts when Tesco when selling them for £4 (webcame & mose also) and they are superb!

They are full keyboard with a number pad - so not just for laptops!

thank just bought one great design been looking for one of these at a great price for a while

Liverpool_Bear

Anyone recommend a wireless mouse to go with it?


Looks good and has good reviews ebuyer.com/270…235

cheesvo

Still has all the keys I need, and the numpad too! According to the … Still has all the keys I need, and the numpad too! According to the description, that's a full keyboard.


It uses an Fn key like laptops, because some keys do double-duty such as print-screen. But it's close. Can't stand those flat laptop keys though.
Edited by: "sq999" 7th Mar 2014

Liverpool_Bear

Anyone recommend a wireless mouse to go with it?



If you aren't too shocked with the price, a G700 is an amazing mouse and also works with the unified receiver.

A question of my own - I take it this is basically a chiclet key design? Like modern laptops?
Edited by: "mercutio98uk" 7th Mar 2014

I have a similar K360 keyboard, different design, and it is the best keyboard I have.used. It takes 2 AA batteries, and the battery life is so good that when the batteries eventually ran out, I had forgotten that it had batteries, and suspected that there was a fault with the keyboard (_;)

Great price, not sure i can get over the god awful design though

Thanks, great deal. Heat added.

Very nice portable / lounge keyboard and a good price. Mine is plain black and works with Raspberry Pi as well as PCs. I particularly like the Logitech M505 mouse that share a nano receiver (therefore use both on a Pi).

thewongwing101

Someone has split milk or something oO all over it



That will give you something to cry over...

I've got one of these (albeit the Argos versions of this that were in the sale a few months ago hotukdeals.com/dea…849 ) and it's really comfortable to type on, my main concern with Chiclet keyboards. Connection is simple, faultless, and I use it when I want to get away from my desk and switch over to the big TV. Recommended.

Long shot but can anyone confirm this works with the WD TV Live Hub?

thanks

Thanks

Does anyone know if this keyboard has a light to indicate that the caps lock is turned on? I've got a Logitech wireless keyboard currently which does not have this feature and it drives my wife mad.

Thanks, Adam (OP), been after one of these for AGES! Ordered!

What are they like for typing, are they fairly robust or a bit spongey? Used to use the wired Apple aluminium one with a PC but it was a faff having to remap some keys and the lack of print screen ultimately meant I couldn't use it for work.

Also is there any option to toggle the behaviour of the F keys in Setpoint?

Been looking at the K280e as a possible alternative?
Edited by: "Bossworld" 7th Mar 2014

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Does anyone know if this keyboard has a light to indicate that the caps … Does anyone know if this keyboard has a light to indicate that the caps lock is turned on? I've got a Logitech wireless keyboard currently which does not have this feature and it drives my wife mad.



Not according to this review (cons)Your text here

Still a good deal though, think I'll get one

Daveaka

Not according to this review (cons)Your text hereStill a good deal … Not according to this review (cons)Your text hereStill a good deal though, think I'll get one



I've got a k360 with a different colour scheme and pattern, and it's got the caps lock light, but no numlock light, it seems. There's an 'A' that lights up next to the power switch above the number pad when caps is on.

EDIT: looked at the bigger picture on ebuyer, and you can just about see the 'A' light, so it does have it.
Edited by: "annp1" 7th Mar 2014

anyone know if these are quiet for typing on?

hate the clicky noise most keyboards make... the laptop ones don't make that kind of noise and this keyboard looks almost laptop style flat keys so hoping is the same.

would this work on ps3

Excellent deal and price, would order if I didn't already have one. Really good keyboard.

Believe it or not I find these smaller keyboards amazing for gaming. I usually use the directional buttons instead of WASD like some people. You'll then need to stretch to a SHIFT key for running, SPACEBAR for jump and the rest can be mapped to keep things close knit and not far from your reach. On my very very old Logitech wireless keyboard it was such an annoying reach but on this keyboard everything is pretty close to one another which strains my wrist/fingers less. Very comfortable to type with and best thing of all if you're running a HTPC sort of set-up on a large screen TV then this is a very silent keyboard which is always a plus in a living room. Have some heat OP.

the keys felt really naff to type with. clunky, loud and plasticy to me... that put me off getting the different version of this.

gadgetmann

Great price, not sure i can get over the god awful design though


For that price, I can - anyway, it could be easily removed with some cellulose thinner / white spirit / nail varnish remover (downside: you almost certainly will damage the smooth surface finish of the plastic)

Been using this keyboard a while now (with a different design) and it's a nice little keyboard

You can get vinyl skins for this keyboard which change the look entirely. Extremely hard to find in the UK but I'm sure you'd be able to get it from some international seller on eBay or something. If I remember correctly you can even upload your own pictures to make your own skins. Probably cost the same as the keyboard itself at this price which I doubt people would want to spend.

I qualify for free next day delivery!
Oh but then at checkout I don't, they want £8 instead to deliver to NI. Cold from me on that basis.

I really hate that keyboard and don't understand how the reviews are mainly positive. It's ugly, the keys rub off easily (a few of my letters are gone) and the worst of all: It's incredibly loud. Not silent or anything.

For 10 pounds I maybe wouldn't care a lot, because there are not many options, but I think I payed at least double.

+vote

Had one of these for years great little keyboard can't remember ever changing the batteries, ordered another one for my server as soon as I got the email this morning, would have posted this myself had I not been out shopping, as for the design who looks at that anyway not as if it's a gawdy colour - Heat added
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