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Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600, UK Layout - Black £7.91 / £12.40 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600, UK Layout - Black £7.91 / £12.40 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Posted 22nd Jan

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Good price and one of the cheapest I've seen
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  • Upgraded with Windows charm keys
  • Hot keys included - play/pause, volume up, volume down and mute
  • Quiet-touch keys - quiet, responsive and thin-profile keys
  • Wired USB plug-and-play: No software needed, just connect the keyboard to your PC and go
  • Spill-resistant - enjoy a beverage whilst working, the keyboard is designed to withstand an accidental spill

Box Contains
1 x Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600
UK Layout - Black
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Heat just for it not being used
Good deal but unless you really need this size or layout, I'd strongly recommend the Cherry KC1000 keyboard instead. Still not mechanical, obviously, but it's the best cheap keyboard I've ever used.
Heat ... nice ones switchy.. still no luck with d3cent Android phone
chischis22/01/2020 19:48

Good deal but unless you really need this size or layout, I'd strongly …Good deal but unless you really need this size or layout, I'd strongly recommend the Cherry KC1000 keyboard instead. Still not mechanical, obviously, but it's the best cheap keyboard I've ever used.


This.
Cherry is Rolls Royse of keyboards.
very old school KB brand from Germany.
koskesh22/01/2020 23:36

This.Cherry is Rolls Royse of keyboards.very old school KB brand from …This.Cherry is Rolls Royse of keyboards.very old school KB brand from Germany.



KC1000 is far from being their "best" product, even. But I'm not into mechanical keyboards, like the low profile, standard "all keys are where they should be" layout, and it has a decent tactile response for what it is. Got another Dell cheapo and it feels like garbage in comparison. Also I have been using one of these Microsoft keyboards for ages but I was getting tired of the squeaky key presses and small keys.
chischis23/01/2020 10:38

KC1000 is far from being their "best" product, even. But I'm not into …KC1000 is far from being their "best" product, even. But I'm not into mechanical keyboards, like the low profile, standard "all keys are where they should be" layout, and it has a decent tactile response for what it is. Got another Dell cheapo and it feels like garbage in comparison. Also I have been using one of these Microsoft keyboards for ages but I was getting tired of the squeaky key presses and small keys.


obviously KC1000 at under £9 is their cheapest KB not best.but still better than pretty much any KB under £15 I think.
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