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    XPS One ...Keyboard Question

    Hi,
    Can someone help please.I have just bought one of these from Dell as I missed the £499 offer I could only knock them down to £515 when I looked at the specs it states that the keyboard is a logitech EX110,I queried this as I was expecting the XPS wireless with integrated track.They told me the logitech was an upgrade.I cannot fiond the specs for the XPS keyboard.
    Am I being fed a line or is this info comparing the two correct?? Need a quick answer as if rubbish I will amend cancel order
    Cheers all

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    Well you wouldnt want an intergrated track anyway tbh since you will be using a proper mouse i assume.
    The EX110 is a logitech wireless KB does it come with the mouse aswell?

    its alright, it will do tbh. a KB is a KB is a KB really in all honesty. Just varying in keysize, feel etc, unless you go for the higher end stuff with the intergrated LCD or OLED Keys.

    Jetpac;5132500

    its alright, it will do tbh. a KB is a KB is a KB really in all honesty. … its alright, it will do tbh. a KB is a KB is a KB really in all honesty. Just varying in keysize, feel etc, unless you go for the higher end stuff with the intergrated LCD or OLED Keys.



    The lableable/LCD screens are just specialist stuff, the normal higher end keyboards are high-end because they're very nice to type on and well built enough to last for a couple of decades.

    The EX110 may be an upgrade, keyboards get more expensive based mostly on quality rather than features. The default dell XPS keyboard does seem to have a built in trackpad though, so if you do want that then cancel the order.

    Original Poster

    Thanks for the replies,I did ask Dell what the difference was but after three hours 7 calls and total exasperation I posted here!

    The Specs do state that the XPS keyboard also has a mouse as well as the integrated track pad.Has anyone here got an XPS one and can advise??

    Tried to alter the order with Dell but was told that I would have to receive the order then contact Customers services and ask for the XPS keyboard to be sent instead!!!

    I did explain that this would mean I would not be able to use the computer until I received the alternative keyboard, but was told that this was the only way to get around this!!
    I picked myself off of the floor and told the women in Delhi this was insane but could get no further with her

    :cry:

    This is an odd one.

    The XPS One is supposed to come with a dedicated keyboard and mouse that are already paired up with the main unit. Having seen both this keyboard - on someone else's PC - and the EX110 I know it is much better and the EX110 is very low end.

    However, I would imagine that the XPS One comes with its own keyboard in the box. Mine arrived yesterday - in just one box - but I won't get a chance to open it until end of today, so will post again then.

    Original Poster

    Thanks to all that posted replies.
    The system arrived today and the XPS keyboard was with it...so was the logitech!!
    As for an upgrade, I don't think so, one keyboard feels well made and smart looking the other is Logitech : )
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