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Microsoft 500 Wired Keyboard @ Tesco Direct £6.00
Microsoft 500 Wired Keyboard @ Tesco Direct £6.00

Microsoft 500 Wired Keyboard @ Tesco Direct £6.00

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This Microsoft wired keyboard 500 is a compact and durable keyboard. It has a spill-resistant design and one-touch access to the Internet, your e-mail and more. The keyboard has a PS/2 connection.


Brand Microsoft
Connection USB & PS2
Detachable Palm Rest No
Features of Product Affordable quality. Compact, durable keyboard. One-touch access to the Internet, e-mail and more. Spill-resistant design
Keyboard Batteries Supplied No
Keyboard Battery Requirement 2xAA
Mouse Battery Requirement N/A
Multimedia Hotkeys Yes
Scroll Wheel No
Slim Design No
Wireless Keyboard No

This item is available for:
Standard next day delivery (if ordered before midday) *
Click & Collect** Free from selected stores
Premium Delivery (2-hour time slot)**
* Availability of this service depends upon your postcode
** Place an order by 12 noon for next day collection after 4pm. Orders placed on Saturday will be ready on Monday. Only available from stores which have a Tesco direct desk. Currently available in a limited number of locations

10 Comments

£2.34 including VAT @ SavaStore. Free collection if you are near Luton.
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Original Poster

if you can find a store near you, and the aftersales is awful. with delivery it your link comes to; £8.20

Their OS's might stink, but M$ does make good keyboards & mice.

Heat added.

TehJumpingJawa

Their OS's might stink, but M$ does make good keyboards & mice.



You changed the "s" to a dollar sign!! IT MEANS MICROSOFT CARE ONLY ABOUT MONEY
Yeah Microsoft suck, their OSes will never be as successful as Apple! Steve Job ftw (_;)
Edited by: "Artheido" 13th Sep 2010

mumbojumbo

Shame it's PS/2.



Connection USB & PS2

If you've got a Morrisons near you I'd personally go for the Microsoft Comfort Curve Keyboard @ £7.99, or £9.99 on Amazon.

anybody know where to get a good price on a wireless microsoft or logitech keyboard and mouse set?

Why does it say it needs batteries on the Tesco site?

mumbojumbo

Only listed as PS/2 on Microsoft's … Only listed as PS/2 on Microsoft's site:http://www.microsoft.com/uk/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/ProductDetails.aspx?pid=063&active_tab=systemRequirementsS'pose you could always use a PS/2 to USB adapter.




But how much is an adapter ?

TehJumpingJawa

Their OS's might stink, but M$ does make good keyboards & mice.



I agree they make great peripherals, but I also love Windows 7
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