Microsoft Wireless All-in-One Media Keyboard with Integrated Track Pad Sold by Amazon £20.27
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Microsoft Wireless All-in-One Media Keyboard with Integrated Track Pad Sold by Amazon £20.27

£20.27£29.9732%Amazon Deals
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Found 25th Nov 2018
Cheapest price as per the camels website. Free postage as above the £20 threshold for free postage.

Deal of the day, so for 24 hours only. I was looking at the Logitech K400, but this has the advantage of being spill proof.
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  • Multi-touch trackpad is integrated into keyboard for easy navigation with gesture support to enhance your Windows experience
  • Customisable media keys provide convenient access to your music, photos and videos
  • Easy to reach and use volume controls to enhance your media experience
  • Designed to survive accidental sit-ons and drops; spill-resistant to withstand accidental spillages
  • Freely roam around the room with a reliable wireless connection of up to 30 feet

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15 Comments
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I got one of these last Black Friday and I have to say they are absolutely excellent. I may not use the track pad much as I’m more of a mouse type person but with regards to the keyboard itself there is absolutely no lag whatsoever, which is very rare when it comes to wireless keyboards. My one bit of advice is to buy one of those external usb connectors for your computer so you can have your keyboard in direct contact with it as I’ve found usb dongles plugged into the back of a tower don’t get as much of a good connection.
mosalah112 h, 4 m ago

[Image] I got one of these last Black Friday and I have to say they are …[Image] I got one of these last Black Friday and I have to say they are absolutely excellent. I may not use the track pad much as I’m more of a mouse type person but with regards to the keyboard itself there is absolutely no lag whatsoever, which is very rare when it comes to wireless keyboards. My one bit of advice is to buy one of those external usb connectors for your computer so you can have your keyboard in direct contact with it as I’ve found usb dongles plugged into the back of a tower don’t get as much of a good connection.


by external usb connectors do you mean a usb hub or a usb extension cable?
watson4425th Nov 2018

by external usb connectors do you mean a usb hub or a usb extension cable?


Just like one of these. Only cost me a quid or something
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mosalah1111 m ago

Just like one of these. Only cost me a quid or something [Image]


thats a usb hub portable / slimline
Darn it paid £28 for this just yesterday.. feels so much better than the Logitech K400 that has failed after just 1 month.
Is this bigger in size than the logitech one.. Which is too cramped for space
watson442 h, 52 m ago

thats a usb hub portable / slimline


Can you please elaborate on that? Do you have to stick some usb Bluetooth in it or nothing? As in the picture it's not clear.
Purchased 👌👊
Can anyone tell me if this is very quiet when typing? My current one is loud and looking for something which doesn't make noise when typing.
400 makes no noise at all, and very light, with two mouse button at bottom of track pad area. I only replace battery once in past two years. I don’t know how good this one is.
“Multi-touch trackpad is integrated into keyboard for easy navigation with gesture support to enhance your Windows experience“

An advantage over the logitech keyboard.
One thing to note about these: unless they've updated them since I bought mine, you can only use the keyboard or track pad at any one time. Using a modifier key while dragging, for example, can't be done.
Lifeistest9 h, 1 m ago

Can you please elaborate on that? Do you have to stick some usb Bluetooth …Can you please elaborate on that? Do you have to stick some usb Bluetooth in it or nothing? As in the picture it's not clear.


the keyboard is wireless and connects via a bluetooth dongle/ receiver. @mosalah11 has used a usb slimline hubto give the dongle a direct line of sight/ connection instead of it being behind his pc tower. most dongles don't need the additional hardware as they aren't usually that far from keyboard, but the range varies 5m-30m. theoretically, the closer the keyboard is to the bluetooth receiver the stronger the connection is. if you aren't going to use the extra ports on the hub, a decent qualityusb extension cable would do the same job
Edited by: "watson44" 25th Nov 2018
watson4411 m ago

the keyboard is wireless and connects via a bluetooth dongle/ receiver. …the keyboard is wireless and connects via a bluetooth dongle/ receiver. @mosalah11 has used a usb slimline hub to give the dongle a direct line of sight/ connection instead of it being behind his pc tower. most dongles don't need the additional hardware as they aren't usually that far from keyboard, but the range varies 5m-30m. theoretically, the closer the keyboard is to the bluetooth receiver the stronger the connection is. if you aren't going to use the extra ports on the hub, a decent quality usb extension cable would do the same job


Cheers mate.
WOOHOO! GOT IT TODAY!!!
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