Logitech K360 Wireless Keyboard £12.99 @ Argos
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Logitech K360 Wireless Keyboard £12.99 @ Argos

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Found 19th Jul 2013
Nice wireless keyboard and low price!

Description from argos:

Give your computer some individual flair with this graffiti style floral keyboard. The ergonomic design and contrasting colours will bring a contemporary update to your desk.

Comfort with a familiar layout in a compact design.
Six hot keys and 12 programmable F-keys.
Logitech advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity.
Logitech unifying receiver.
Compatible with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, USB-port 2011.
Ergonomic design.
Plug and play.
Cordless.
USB connectivity.
Programmable hot keys for quick access to chosen programs.
Programmable favourites keys.
Quiet-touch keys.
Soft-touch keys.
Batteries required 2 x AA (included).
Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.

PLUS SAVE 10% ................ hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…947
- domfranks85

55 Comments

Original Poster

It's my first deal, I hope everything is OK

Banned

Added price and retailer to title, other than that, its ok

Typical, people voting cold when they haven't bothered to check if you can get this keyboard any cheaper. This is cheapest price out there.

Great keyboard, if you can live with the naff floral design on this particular model. Great price too, if you have stock available to pick up locally (the £2.95 delivery makes it more expensive than the recent Amazon deal). Unfortunately there's no local stock near me, but heat added anyway.

Looks like there whole selection of K360 keyboards are this price.

Link

Sweet deal tis a shame they haven't got any plain black version at this price anywhere.

Edited by: "BrumGB" 19th Jul 2013

reserved for collection later, just need to pick up a cheap mouse to go with

Non left for pick up for me..... The Paisley one is available at Amazon £12.99 delivered

amazon.co.uk/Log…ard

Great keyboard, i managed to get one of these from home bargains about a year ago for £2.99.

I have this keyboard, and it's great. Love the Scrabble tile keys, great battery life too.

+1 - would agree that this is a good product

would this work with a panasonic viera tv

Thanks OP, last one of the Ink Gears version reserved at Fareham Park Gate store

this is a great keyboard, use it as my primary everyday

Batteries in these keyboards last forever. The chiclet layout is perfect for ergonomic typing. I use mine for gaming. Haters gonna hate wireless for gaming though hehe.

clnsndrs

Great keyboard, i managed to get one of these from home bargains about a … Great keyboard, i managed to get one of these from home bargains about a year ago for £2.99.



Highly doubtful, shame you didn't post that deal a year ago . .
1 year ago picked this up for £10 from Currys



Edited by: "DarkReborn11" 20th Jul 2013

fender62

would this work with a panasonic viera tv



Problem is you need a touchpad, unless your happy to use a wireless mouse

DarkReborn11

Problem is you need a touchpad, unless your happy to use a wireless mouse



You can get the Logitech K400 which has an inbuilt keyboard and a mouse touchpad like you get on a laptop.
Got one myself and works well with our samsung tv so quite likely to work with your panasonic too!

Good find op, very cheap deal!

Just wanted to say thanks, and if it's out of stock, search on Logitech keyboards, as there's 3 different styles, I've gone for the 'ink' one, they're all £12.99, and there's one left of the other two types in Redhill ( I got the last inky one )

Banned

radikalkarrot

It's my first deal, I hope everything is OK



all good mate, looks great, tastes fantastic, and the price-out of this world

Edited by: "aramaj36" 19th Jul 2013

anyone know if this could be used with enigma2 satellite boxes?

I like it Always a bit nervous about wireless mice/keyboards though.

louiselouise

I like it Always a bit nervous about wireless mice/keyboards though.


Why?

DarkReborn11

Ebay, £11.99 if anyone is interested … Ebay, £11.99 if anyone is interested [url=http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/140943569995?var=lv%3Cyp=AllFixedPriceItemTypes&var=sbar&_lwgsi=y&cbt=y&device=c&adtype=pla&crdt=0&ff3=1&ff11=ICEP3.0.0&ff12=67&ff13=80&ff14=63]http://compare.ebay.co.uk/like/140943569995?var=lv



lol? French layout.

norm1

lol? French layout.



haha, oh yeah, how did I miss that? I guess you could swap the keys and install UK keyboard software?

Edited by: "DarkReborn11" 20th Jul 2013

radikalkarrot

It's my first deal, I hope everything is OK


everything is peacy it is an excellent deal cheers

Has anybody had any issues with lag on this when gaming whilst using a logitech mouse too? I've been looking at these to use while gaming on my laptop.

Thanks for posting, I've reserved the last one in my local store. I already had 2 of these keyboards for over a year now and still using the same batteries.

norm1

lol? French layout.



Would be careful with a french layout keyboard as its likely to go on strike and accuse you of drug taking...

hmmm, cheap but not for me. Finding that 2.4ghz accessories cause havoc with my wifi signal.

Great keyboards i have 2 but in different pattern, heated.

supasta

Typical, people voting cold when they haven't bothered to check if you … Typical, people voting cold when they haven't bothered to check if you can get this keyboard any cheaper. This is cheapest price out there.


Typical, people misunderstanding heat as a measure of price rather than of VALUE.

Granted price is a major factor in assessing value (which is, of course, a personal opinion assessment).

Just because a price is the lowest for a certain brand/style of item doesn't necessarily make it good value (although again; the chances are quite good it is). If people knew of a similar function or style product at a significantly lower price (and it wouldn't necessarily have to be exactly this model or style) they would be more than justified to vote cold.

ps. this deal represents good VALUE - I give it heat

Edited by: "Chrrye" 20th Jul 2013

Im tying this on on now.
It's vrrry god.

Same keyboard but in a different design but same price

argos.co.uk/web…302

Checked on http://www.****.co.uk/Def…spx and limited stock now for both designs

I have one... bought el-cheapo about a year ago. Highly recommended!

Chrrye

Typical, people misunderstanding heat as a measure of price rather than … Typical, people misunderstanding heat as a measure of price rather than of VALUE.Granted price is a major factor in assessing value (which is, of course, a personal opinion assessment).Just because a price is the lowest for a certain brand/style of item doesn't necessarily make it good value (although again; the chances are quite good it is). If people knew of a similar function or style product at a significantly lower price (and it wouldn't necessarily have to be exactly this model or style) they would be more than justified to vote cold.ps. this deal represents good VALUE - I give it heat



No this website is about deals (price), I don't care if you think the product I want to buy is good value in your books, I care about it being the best deal at the moment for the product "I" want to buy. The sooner more people understand this the better.

ps. You should start up your own website called HotUKValues.
Edited by: "supasta" 20th Jul 2013

supasta

No this website is about deals (price), I don't care if you think the … No this website is about deals (price), I don't care if you think the product I want to buy is good value in your books, I care about it being the best deal at the moment for the product "I" want to buy. The sooner more people understand this the better.ps. You should start up your own website called HotUKValues.



This site is about HotukDEALS which, IMHO, is a combination of various factors including, but not restricted to, price and value. A product on sale at the lowest price in 1 shop for £300 with a 1 year guarantee to me is not as good a DEAL as the same TV sold in another shop for £20 more but with a 5 year guarantee.

There was deal for Don Simon juice DRINK the other day that was a low price 50p but actually a poor deal as it only contained 25% juice in a 750ml bottle when you can get 100% juice for £1 for a 1 litre bottle. You do the maths and the £1 bottle is the better DEAL but costs more.

So maybe you'd like to set up your own website called HotukPRICES

Apols...meant to add the word "more" after the £20...now it makes sense
Edited by: "APPLE-SAM" 20th Jul 2013

APPLE-SAM

This site is about HotukDEALS which, IMHO, is a combination of various … This site is about HotukDEALS which, IMHO, is a combination of various factors including, but not restricted to, price and value. A product on sale at the lowest price in 1 shop for £300 with a 1 year guarantee to me is not as good a DEAL as the same TV sold in another shop for £20 but with a 5 year guarantee.There was deal for Don Simon juice DRINK the other day that was a low price 50p but actually a poor deal as it only contained 25% juice in a 750ml bottle when you can get 100% juice for £1 for a 1 litre bottle. You do the maths and the £1 bottle is the better DEAL but costs more.So maybe you'd like to set up your own website called HotukPRICES



You only have to look at the Apple "deals" to see the stupid logic of voting cold, even when the price is extremely good. Or any high value item, 70" TV for example deals are populated more with "I bought 10 to sell on ebay and I bought 1 for my bathroom lol!".


I bought a lot of high value items (flights/cameras/computers etc) from this site that never got voted hot because of people like yourself "this isnt a good deal I why would you spend so much money on that product etc etc etc" - people need to realize that nobody cares what your opinion is on what value for money is, all we care about is can I get this product cheaper from another vendor and is this vendor reliabe.

is this good for gaming? tried to find some reviews... need a wireless keyboard for gaming
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