Microsoft Wedge Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard £7.99 Prime £13.98 non prime Sold by Trusted-Goods and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Microsoft Wedge Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard £7.99 Prime £13.98 non prime Sold by Trusted-Goods and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 23rd Nov
Had some Amazon credit to use and decided I wanted a cheap Bluetooth keyboard to throw in my bag in case I ever needed to write on my iPad for more than a few minutes. I was surprised to see a Microsoft keyboard going so cheap. This one is a Slovak layout. The Z and Y keys will be switched but if you have your computer or device set to UK this will make no difference. The UK version of this same keyboard is around £70.

Also available for £1 more is the Hebrew and Russian versions which have the full normal QWERTY layout printed on the keys as well as the regional letters.

amazon.co.uk/Mic…TN2
amazon.co.uk/Mic…83/

Personally I went with the cheaper option because I never need to look at the keys anyway, Like most of us I've been typing for years. Also I expect it is possible to switch the Z and Y keycaps. I'll leave a comment when it arrives if this is possible.

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No longer available, a scalper got to it

Thanks OP. I bought one. Hebrew and Russian layout still available.

This one is available £1 cheaper. Potuguese Layout

Is there any difference?
Edited by: "moh223" 23rd Nov

Bought the Russian version

Thanks op. Yep I bought the Portuguese one. Looks like it has some sort of accented character where the colon button is.

moh22334 m ago

Thanks OP. I bought one. Hebrew and Russian layout still available.This …Thanks OP. I bought one. Hebrew and Russian layout still available.This one is available £1 cheaper. Potuguese LayoutIs there any difference?


what's difference UK to portuguese version??

Bought a Russian version too for £9. Steal!

moh22346 m ago

Thanks OP. I bought one. Hebrew and Russian layout still available.This …Thanks OP. I bought one. Hebrew and Russian layout still available.This one is available £1 cheaper. Potuguese LayoutIs there any difference?


Yes, it's in Portuguese

Czech / Slovak Layout

qball10118 m ago

Thanks op. Yep I bought the Portuguese one. Looks like it has some sort …Thanks op. Yep I bought the Portuguese one. Looks like it has some sort of accented character where the colon button is.


Won’t the words you type come out spelt wrong if you use a Portuguese keyboard?

Does this come with a Bluetooth dongle?

Cheaper on eBay?
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I havre one of these, bought a few years ago, it's awesome and the cover is quite versatile as a stand. At this price you'd be silly not to get one for on the go travel - I guess as it's bluetooth you could use it with iPad too, but I've not tried so can't say for sure.

Rogier_Arpignot1 h, 52 m ago

Won’t the words you type come out spelt wrong if you use a Portuguese k …Won’t the words you type come out spelt wrong if you use a Portuguese keyboard?


Not if you set it to UK keyboard. Just some of the buttons will have the wrong character.

7.99 for the Russian and 8.99 for Hebrew is typical price on ebay. The Hebrew one is less prominent than Russian. If you've missed the Latin languages which just have a few additional accents, I wouldn't rush to grab what's left on Amazon before checking elsewhere.

Having tried both, I recommend the Sony PS3 keyboard over this. It is a better keyboard, although lacks the case, so MS may be better if you only intend to use on travel. The keys on the Sony are similarly tightly packed but the Enter is bigger, has proper arrow keys and a tracker "nipple". £5.39 delivered from ebay, you will need to swap Q and Z but this is easily done, they come out and pop back in - ebay.co.uk/itm…511
Edited by: "faxmax" 23rd Nov

I'm buying one to see if it works on my Samsung smart tv hopefully changing language settings is straightforward it's a bargain if it does

Thanks OP just received mine and amazed with build quality and the box alone it comes in lol. Absolute bargain to use with my NUC.

Original Poster

Mine has also arrived today, but as someone else has posted a photo of what it looks like there is no need for me to add a photo. Surprised to find it is literally a standard QWERTY layout anyway just with extras added, so no need to modify any keys. It just works.

Working fine with an iPad. Just a tip for iPad users, Windows Key + H will take you to the home screen. Windows Key + Tab switches between apps.

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Justice.Moses23rd Nov

Does this come with a Bluetooth dongle?




No. You can however pick them up pretty cheap. I got one from Poundland years ago and it works fine.

kDelta2 h, 7 m ago

No. You can however pick them up pretty cheap. I got one from Poundland …No. You can however pick them up pretty cheap. I got one from Poundland years ago and it works fine.


Thanks for the heads up

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Actually now regret not ordering three, for £8 I wouldn't mind one for my Apple TV and a spare for my Mac / PC if their current ones fail.

Does it autocorrect once it is paired?

Thank you

Recieved mine today paired with my Samsung smart tv in seconds outstanding bargain cheers

Ok guys I posted earlier we’ll chuffed with item but have a problem with mine can anyone confirm the same. I ordered the Hebrew version. Seem to have some dead keys eg When pressing letter A nothing typed same with I and abt 5 keys in total. Is mine faulty just checking before returning it

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ariecol26th Nov

Does it autocorrect once it is paired?Thank you



That will depend on your device settings, iPad will but it can be turned off when using a hardware keyboard.

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kyser1432 h, 0 m ago

Ok guys I posted earlier we’ll chuffed with item but have a problem with m …Ok guys I posted earlier we’ll chuffed with item but have a problem with mine can anyone confirm the same. I ordered the Hebrew version. Seem to have some dead keys eg When pressing letter A nothing typed same with I and abt 5 keys in total. Is mine faulty just checking before returning it



Which device are you using it with? PC? iPad? I'd make sure that they keyboard settings has it set up as a UK keyboard just in case it has defaulted to something else. I haven't had any such issue so it may well be a faulty unit.

kDelta5 h, 36 m ago

Which device are you using it with? PC? iPad? I'd make sure that they …Which device are you using it with? PC? iPad? I'd make sure that they keyboard settings has it set up as a UK keyboard just in case it has defaulted to something else. I haven't had any such issue so it may well be a faulty unit.


I am using it with an iPad for now but how do you change keyboard settings to uk on an iPad ? Thnx for assistance

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Settings app > General > Keyboard

Once a keyboard is connected you will then see an extra option "Hardware Keyboard" (or maybe "External Keyboard", cant remember which).

My Russian one works a treat, just connect via bluetooth and it connected as UK English keyboard, which is determined by default in Windows 10. All the keys map the same as UK English keyboard layout, including the "Euro". The only physical difference is the shape of the "Enter" key. So the # physical key is above the Enter Key rather to the left, all keys worked, just ignore the Russian letters.

Works with rechargeable batteries. Press Fn and "ESc" key for 3 seconds powers off this keyboard (there is a brief flash of a green LED light.

faxmax23rd Nov

7.99 for the Russian and 8.99 for Hebrew is typical price on ebay. The …7.99 for the Russian and 8.99 for Hebrew is typical price on ebay. The Hebrew one is less prominent than Russian. If you've missed the Latin languages which just have a few additional accents, I wouldn't rush to grab what's left on Amazon before checking elsewhere.Having tried both, I recommend the Sony PS3 keyboard over this. It is a better keyboard, although lacks the case, so MS may be better if you only intend to use on travel. The keys on the Sony are similarly tightly packed but the Enter is bigger, has proper arrow keys and a tracker "nipple". £5.39 delivered from ebay, you will need to swap Q and Z but this is easily done, they come out and pop back in - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/QZERTY-Official-Sony-Wireless-Slim-Bluetooth-Keyboard-for-PS2-3-4-iPad-iPhone/231495599511



Could you do a screenshot of your said QZERTY keyboard please and it model number?
Edited by: "splender" 1st Dec

faxmax23rd Nov

7.99 for the Russian and 8.99 for Hebrew is typical price on ebay. The …7.99 for the Russian and 8.99 for Hebrew is typical price on ebay. The Hebrew one is less prominent than Russian. If you've missed the Latin languages which just have a few additional accents, I wouldn't rush to grab what's left on Amazon before checking elsewhere.Having tried both, I recommend the Sony PS3 keyboard over this. It is a better keyboard, although lacks the case, so MS may be better if you only intend to use on travel. The keys on the Sony are similarly tightly packed but the Enter is bigger, has proper arrow keys and a tracker "nipple". £5.39 delivered from ebay, you will need to swap Q and Z but this is easily done, they come out and pop back in - https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/QZERTY-Official-Sony-Wireless-Slim-Bluetooth-Keyboard-for-PS2-3-4-iPad-iPhone/231495599511



Hello, are you there, I loved to see a picture of how you changed the Q and Z keys please (and what other keys)?

splender2 h, 35 m ago

Hello, are you there, I loved to see a picture of how you changed the Q …Hello, are you there, I loved to see a picture of how you changed the Q and Z keys please (and what other keys)?


Push your nail or a screwdriver under the key at an angle to pop them out. Nothing special or different to any other dome keyboard.
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