Xenta Compact Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Deskset £10.97 + £1.98 C&C @ Ebuyer
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Xenta Compact Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Deskset £10.97 + £1.98 C&C @ Ebuyer

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Found 16th Oct 2017
Quite a good deal for a compact wireless keyboard and mouse. Specs as follows:

Keyboard:
  • Chiclet keycaps
  • Wireless 2.4G
  • 10m wireless range
  • Intelligent auto-link
  • Plug & play
  • AAA batteries required (not supplied)
  • System requirements: Windows 2000 / ME / XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10

Mouse:
  • Optical engine / 1000 DPI
  • 3 Level power saving mode
  • Intelligent auto power-switch technology
  • Built-in nano receiver
  • AAA batteries required (not supplied)

Receiver:
  • USB V 1.1 Interface
  • Weight: 2g

Click and Collect for £1.98 - Next day over 6000 locations

At the time of screenshot and posting 167 in stock.

Total price in screenshot below


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Xenta actually makes quality products, although it must be said at times they do feel cheap. I have been using a xenta £5 mouse for 4 years now and it's still going strong
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UberPark3 m ago

Xenta actually makes quality products, although it must be said at times …Xenta actually makes quality products, although it must be said at times they do feel cheap. I have been using a xenta £5 mouse for 4 years now and it's still going strong


and for this price it is a steal i think. I did a bit of research but these are the cheapest for the given quality, also quite compact so can be used if laptop is connected to the tv.
I bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my tablet with a bulky in trackpad and it's great, much better for my needs than with a separate mouse. It was from eBay a while so I'm not sure if theyre still available.
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woldranger10 m ago

I bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my tablet with a bulky in trackpad and …I bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my tablet with a bulky in trackpad and it's great, much better for my needs than with a separate mouse. It was from eBay a while so I'm not sure if theyre still available.


You are right. the one built in with a track pad are also quite good but they are expensive.
haa051815 m ago

You are right. the one built in with a track pad are also quite good but …You are right. the one built in with a track pad are also quite good but they are expensive.


Mine was under a tenner and I got one that had almost identical dimensions to the 8" Windows tablet it was to be used with.

I'll have a look later on and see if I can find if they still do them
woldranger27 m ago

I bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my tablet with a bulky in trackpad and …I bought a Bluetooth keyboard for my tablet with a bulky in trackpad and it's great, much better for my needs than with a separate mouse. It was from eBay a while so I'm not sure if theyre still available.



So you have a device without a full size USB port and couldn’t use this anyway?
Are people paying for CnC? wow.
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TBC156 m ago

So you have a device without a full size USB port and couldn’t use this a …So you have a device without a full size USB port and couldn’t use this anyway?


This is an extra really. So for example you have a computer or a laptop connect to a tv and you want to operate it sitting on a sofa.. That is when you will use it.

Also it will work with some android boxes as well.

Quite a lot of uses to be honest.
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alanbeenthere3 m ago

Are people paying for CnC? wow.


CnC included its quite cheap, that's why i thought to share it.
haa051810 m ago

CnC included its quite cheap, that's why i thought to share it.




Reminds me of when dlc was just hats... slippery slope.
Ive had this for ages now, used it on android box, xbox 360/one and laptop. Works like it should, you plug it in just works! I mainly just use the mouse and not the keyboard, it stays in the drawer. Currently im using said mouse with my laptop to type this comment, the laptop touch pad and me do not get on well. The reciever tucks into the bottom of the mouse at the back, so if you just want a portable wireless optical mouse youre on to a winner.
C+C is rubbish at £2, but ebuyers delivery charges are pretty steep and start at about £6 unless you get a deal. Booooooooooooo!
haa051840 m ago

You are right. the one built in with a track pad are also quite good but …You are right. the one built in with a track pad are also quite good but they are expensive.


One like this
haa051823 m ago

This is an extra really. So for example you have a computer or a laptop …This is an extra really. So for example you have a computer or a laptop connect to a tv and you want to operate it sitting on a sofa.. That is when you will use it.Also it will work with some android boxes as well.Quite a lot of uses to be honest.


Not a lot of uses if your computer doesn’t have bluetooth.
Original Poster
TBC155 m ago

Not a lot of uses if your computer doesn’t have bluetooth.


your computer does not need a bluetooth because a dongle comes with it which does the job
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woldranger12 m ago

One like this


Really depends on preference. For me I would go for the separate ones rather than the one with trackpad because sometimes trackpad acts weird but mouse is always very much accurate in pointing and clicking.
haa051820 m ago

Really depends on preference. For me I would go for the separate ones …Really depends on preference. For me I would go for the separate ones rather than the one with trackpad because sometimes trackpad acts weird but mouse is always very much accurate in pointing and clicking.


The only time mine ever has any trackpad issues is when the battery is about to die. Mine is for travel use with a tablet so size is my biggest consideration.
Original Poster
woldranger6 m ago

The only time mine ever has any trackpad issues is when the battery is …The only time mine ever has any trackpad issues is when the battery is about to die. Mine is for travel use with a tablet so size is my biggest consideration.


For that purpose i think at that price its a steal really.
haa051822 m ago

For that purpose i think at that price its a steal really.

32261063-9XU4k.jpgThe whole thing comes in at just under 500g. The case is really well padded and doubles as a stand. That's a full version of Windows 10 and I can hook it up to my external hdd's. Works for me!

Oops, not sure why the bl**dy photo ended up the wrong way up, but you get the idea!
Edited by: "woldranger" 16th Oct 2017
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