Pleomax K-300 multimedia keyboard £5.20 delivered with code @ Orange Accessories
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Pleomax K-300 multimedia keyboard £5.20 delivered with code @ Orange Accessories

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Found 28th Nov 2011
Just picked one of these up using code orange20 which gives 20% off

Designed for comfort and style, the Pleomax K-300 multimedia keyboard is slim and ergonomic. The keyboard is quick and easy to set-up simply, plug it into your computers USB port and it's ready for use. In order to improve productivity and maximise comfort the keyboard has low set keys which ensure your wrists remain in a natural position for a comfortable typing experience. The stylish keyboard has dedicated multi-media keys for you to instantly access and control your media. Add a touch of class to your desk with the stunning Pleomax K-300 multimedia keyboard.

* slim, compact design
* low-level keys
* multimedia keys
* full sized number pad
* USB interface
* Windows 2000/XP/Vista

49 Comments

Pretty decent I'm in for a new keyboard

Plus £2.00 delivery, unless I'm missing something?

Great price for a keyboard, heat added.

cool

£5.20 inc delivery - I'd amend the title so not to mislead.

Thanks op

OOS?

when I try to add it into my basket, I get this:

Sorry, there isn't an orange accessories web page matching your request.

Original Poster

Worked fine when I ordered

I got the black version of this a while ago, it's a nice quality keyboard with a good feel to it

Great find... Ordered... Thank you !

Ordered.

shame not wireless..hot though

Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor design, like almost poundland poor.
Honest truth, Apple Keyboards are bout 10ish more and will last much longer with stonger wires.

But it works superbly.

i two got the black one order went straight through no problem . thank you

ordered, thanks.

Using my black PLEOMAX K-300 as I type - love the keyboard - heat added

Killcycle

Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor … Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor design, like almost poundland poor.Honest truth, Apple Keyboards are bout 10ish more and will last much longer with stonger wires.But it works superbly.


Trying to understand what you are saying - I have the black version - it's fine. And what are you saying about the apple keyboards? Do you have a link or something?

Bought Logitech ultra slim keyboard from tesco (instore) yesterday for 1.25 pounds

good deal, had to order over the phone, damm these 3d cards, having absolutely no joy with them at all

why has the payment mage not secure?

Killcycle

Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor … Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor design, like almost poundland poor.Honest truth, Apple Keyboards are bout 10ish more and will last much longer with stonger wires.But it works superbly.


Non-sense post. Why would you need "stonger" wires on a keyboard?
How can the design be very very poor but still to work superbly?

I own the white version and using it right now, it's beautifull design, very very good and solid feel. Are there better keyboards out there? Maybe, but in what way? Not for this price anyway.

Thanks, ordered

Odd that anyone would want a wired keyboard in this day and age when a wireless keyboard doesn't cost that much more? oO

Original Poster

dcx_badass

Yes because when sat at my desk I regularly wave my keyboard above my … Yes because when sat at my desk I regularly wave my keyboard above my head. What a stupid comment. Wireless still sucks compared to wired. I bet you think wifi is awesome as well.


I like to swing my keyboard. I got the idea when i had fun swinging my cat who is also wireless I might add
Edited by: "Ashan" 28th Nov 2011

dcx_badass

Yes because when sat at my desk I regularly wave my keyboard above my … Yes because when sat at my desk I regularly wave my keyboard above my head. What a stupid comment. Wireless still sucks compared to wired. I bet you think wifi is awesome as well.



I disagree. I have had a 2 wireless logitech keyboards for the last 6 years and they work exactly the same as the wired one I have at the office so I don't know why you think wireless keyboards are crap. Perhaps you have a lot of interference or you have bought very cheap wireless keyboards.

I don't wave the wireless keyboard around above me head but it is great not to see the clutter of the wires everywhere and I can put the keyboard on me lap without worrying about the cable knocking over me cuppa on the desk.

If wireless keyboards are as bad as you say, then they wouldn't sell at all and the manufacturers would go bust but they have not.

I don't think my comment is stupid at all, but you are!

not mechanical, so basically like typing in porridge

Killcycle

Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor … Got this for £5 before one in black and one in white, very very poor design, like almost poundland poor.Honest truth, Apple Keyboards are bout 10ish more and will last much longer with stonger wires.But it works superbly.



Struggling to see what you mean as well... I have two white ones, nice, well built keyboards with low profile keys, typing quite happily on one as wee speak!!

mutley1

I disagree. I have had a 2 wireless logitech keyboards for the last 6 … I disagree. I have had a 2 wireless logitech keyboards for the last 6 years and they work exactly the same as the wired one I have at the office so I don't know why you think wireless keyboards are crap. Perhaps you have a lot of interference or you have bought very cheap wireless keyboards.I don't wave the wireless keyboard around above me head but it is great not to see the clutter of the wires everywhere and I can put the keyboard on me lap without worrying about the cable knocking over me cuppa on the desk.If wireless keyboards are as bad as you say, then they wouldn't sell at all and the manufacturers would go bust but they have not.I don't think my comment is stupid at all, but you are!



I agree with you to an extent, in that wireless keyboards definitely have their benefits, but when mine literally sits on my desk not moving and gets hooked up to my laptop when I get to work, I dont see the need to purchase a wireless one and pay for batteries (or spend time recharging them), plus, unless I paid a lot more for a bluetooth keyboard, I would still have to plug the USB adapter in every morning... I therefore cant agree with your comments stating that people shouldnt buy wired any more...
Edited by: "leehustwait" 28th Nov 2011

moschino02

shame not wireless..hot though



Shame its not gold plated.

leehustwait

I agree with you to an extent, in that wireless keyboards definitely have … I agree with you to an extent, in that wireless keyboards definitely have their benefits, but when mine literally sits on my desk not moving and gets hooked up to my laptop when I get to work, I dont see the need to purchase a wireless one and pay for batteries (or spend time recharging them), plus, unless I paid a lot more for a bluetooth keyboard, I would still have to plug the USB adapter in every morning... I therefore cant agree with your comments stating that people shouldnt buy wired any more...



First of all, what are you doing buying keyboards for work? Your employer should do that.
Secondly, my keyboard and mouse are wireless and they are unifying so there is a very small usb which sits permanently plugged in without any trouble.

My keyboard takes 2 AA batteries and that lasts about 2 years with about 10 hours use everyday. The mouse has been on charge but I have a battery operated one for the last 6 months and the one AA battery in there is still going strong. Logitech says it should last 2 years.

is this compatible with windows 7?

webmonkey

is this compatible with windows 7?



hmm... firstly, the deal poster who just copy-paste information about this keyboard (probably) from web site, so we could blame web site authors for quite old information giving about this keyboard...

And, no hard feelings, but your question it's quite stupid, and in the future think before what you want to ask or write...

Because words: "USB interface " ,basically, means and says that you can plug this keyboard to any device which has usb plug, maybe it will not work with example: tablets, but with any pc or mac(hmm... with mac I'm not sure, but it should be ) - definitely
and words: "Windows 2000/XP/Vista " says you, likewise the same - it will work with any windows version starting from windows 2000(no idea who could have this version in our hotukdeals community) until newest windows version so in your way - windows 7, also if you heard it's already existing Windows 8 (more precisely beta version for Developer Preview)

Heat Added. Key board looks pretty in the image. And when it is from a Branded company, definitely it will be of good quality. This will be my next keyboard when my current ones goes out of service.

mutley1

First of all, what are you doing buying keyboards for work? Your … First of all, what are you doing buying keyboards for work? Your employer should do that.Secondly, my keyboard and mouse are wireless and they are unifying so there is a very small usb which sits permanently plugged in without any trouble.My keyboard takes 2 AA batteries and that lasts about 2 years with about 10 hours use everyday. The mouse has been on charge but I have a battery operated one for the last 6 months and the one AA battery in there is still going strong. Logitech says it should last 2 years.



My employer does provide bog standard Dell keyboards, but I prefer to buy one thats a bit nicer to use, so I am willing to put my hand in my pocket and pay the £5 odd pound for a nicer one (that this is)... I'm sure that if I wanted to be petty, I could claim the cost back on expenses, secondly, I use a Dell E4310 laptop, which I find excellent, except that it only has two USB ports, meaning, that its unfeasible to leave a micro adapter in it all of the time... And for the record, I'm not criticizing your setup... I'm just defending the wired keyboard, and offering my opinion that this one is particularly good for the price in my opinion...

dztomas

hmm... firstly, the deal poster who just copy-paste information about … hmm... firstly, the deal poster who just copy-paste information about this keyboard (probably) from web site, so we could blame web site authors for quite old information giving about this keyboard...And, no hard feelings, but your question it's quite stupid, and in the future think before what you want to ask or write...Because words: "USB interface " ,basically, means and says that you can plug this keyboard to any device which has usb plug, maybe it will not work with example: tablets, but with any pc or mac(hmm... with mac I'm not sure, but it should be ) - definitelyand words: "Windows 2000/XP/Vista " says you, likewise the same - it will work with any windows version starting from windows 2000(no idea who could have this version in our hotukdeals community) until newest windows version so in your way - windows 7, also if you heard it's already existing Windows 8 (more precisely beta version for Developer Preview)



A simple yes would have done the trick oO

For the original question, I use quite happily on Win 7 64...

cheers

dztomas

hmm... firstly, the deal poster who just copy-paste information about … hmm... firstly, the deal poster who just copy-paste information about this keyboard (probably) from web site, so we could blame web site authors for quite old information giving about this keyboard...And, no hard feelings, but your question it's quite stupid, and in the future think before what you want to ask or write...Because words: "USB interface " ,basically, means and says that you can plug this keyboard to any device which has usb plug, maybe it will not work with example: tablets, but with any pc or mac(hmm... with mac I'm not sure, but it should be ) - definitelyand words: "Windows 2000/XP/Vista " says you, likewise the same - it will work with any windows version starting from windows 2000(no idea who could have this version in our hotukdeals community) until newest windows version so in your way - windows 7, also if you heard it's already existing Windows 8 (more precisely beta version for Developer Preview)



I just wanted to make sure this was not an old keyboard based on there specification. How was i suppose to know having a usb interface would mean it be compatible to all OS. if you stopped 100 people on the street, and ask them that, i bet most wouldn't know too.

Bought 2 for 8.40


quote:

Your order was placed at 20:46:15 on 28 November 2011.

You ordered

2 x 2 x Pleomax Multimedia Keyboard K-300.
1 x Delivery Delivered by Post.


The total value of your order is £10.00, but you saved £1.60 by using an eVoucher, so £8.40 will be charged to your card by 2020 Mobile (UK) Ltd.

Yep wireless keyboards are nowhere near as good when playing Daley Thompsons Decathlon
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