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In an age of voice recognition, touchpads and smart devices, there’s still a role for the humble keyboard. Keyboards remain a vital way to interact with laptops, tablets and mobile phones – as well as a popular musical instrument, and anyone who wants to save money on their next keyboard can find superb offers at the HotUKDeals keyboard listings. Read more
Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600, UK Layout £10.60 Prime / £15.09 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 4 h, 56 m agoFound 4 h, 56 m ago
This is showing as "Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available". But if you're not in a rush, you can get it direct from Amazon for this price.

Paid 20% more in January.


click on " Note: Available at a lower price without Prime delivery from other sellers." to find the OOS price "


it's not a bad keyboard at all, especially for the price. Very durable too, I don't think i've ever seen one break that wasn't because of the user. Keys are a bit mushy though


Voted hot


Say what you want about Microsoft, they make damn good keyboards and mice (mouses?) Heated - D

Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard, Integrated Touchpad, 10m range £17.99 delivered @ Amazon [Prime Student Exclusive]
Found 9 h, 18 m agoFound 9 h, 18 m ago
Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard, Integrated Touchpad, 10m range £17.99 delivered @ Amazon [Prime Student Exclusive] Prime Student Members Get an Extra 10% Off selecte… Read more

£19.99 ?


Cracking keyboard. Use it all the time. Bargain at the £13 I paid but I'd have happily paid £18 for it.


Shame lol. I didn't buy the £14.99 on black Friday but since then mine is playing temperamental


I was following this since yesterday and it was out of stock & back in stock today afternoon :)


The 10% started yesterday it says so this could have been the price I said if you added £5 worth more stuff in basket. Oh well maybe next time

M-Audio 49 MK3 Keystation USB Midi Keyboard at Clas Ohlson for £64.99
Found 18 h, 12 m agoFound 18 h, 12 m ago
Previously posted by @Dealz4Lyfe ( Previous deal - thanks btw ) a couple of weeks ago at £69.99, now with a few more quid knocked off it and free next day delivery. It's a … Read more

What is the software you have seen? If you want to learn to play you would probably be better off with a standalone keyboard rather than a controller like this which requires a DAW - which has a learning curve in its own right. If you do want to go down this route, I suggest you have a look at DAWs online to get a feel for how they work and what they do - try ones like ProTools, Cubase or Ableton.


Let's say I wanted to learn how to tinkle the ivories in a not too serious way. I've seen some software that basically works like guitar hero - would this be any good for that sort of thing?


My MK3 has had a fair old battering both in the studio and live and is up to the job. If memory serves me right it ships with a bundle of software including Ableton and ProTools amongst others but I suppose the point I was trying to get over was that some people may think this is a "Bontempi" that you just take out of the box and start annoying the neighbours with straight away by pressing a few buttons. Unless using a computer with serious (and I mean SERIOUS) onboard sound I definitely recommend additional external kit and speakers if you want to get the most out of the setup. Also, be aware of latency issues if your computer/soundcard aren't up to the job.


More for the benefit of those who may think it's a cheap keyboard for the kids.


Sure, but these days these things do ship with DAWS and sounds, but I do understand you stating the obvious that it's not a standalone keyboard and runs into your computer via USB. Got my heat. I have the MK1 and am not sure how it still works considering the drops and tumbles it's had. I hope they still make them like that!

STEELSERIES APEX 150 RGB Gaming Keyboard + RIVAL 110 RGB Gaming Mouse Bundle - £54.99 at BOX
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Good price for the bundle. KEY FEATURES Quick tension switches Splash resistant construction GameSense reactive illumination Dynamic five-zone Prism RGB illumination Custom Tr… Read more

real mvp


For anyone wondering, this isn't a mechanical keyboard.


Nice bundle in very good price.

Corsair K55 RGB Gaming Keyboard w/ Free Delivery @ Currys PC World free c&c - £44.99
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Product features Anti-ghosting 6 programmable buttons Multicolour backlit keys Ergonomic design The bundle price with the CORSAIR Harpoon RGB Optical Gaming Mouse is £69.9… Read more

Budget k95 lol, cost around the same as pbt keycaps


Nice keyboard for the design, RGB lighting and brand but it's a lot of money for a membrane keyboard isn't it?




I am just a gamer but love a good deal especially on digital so I know exactly what you mean :)


Hehe ^_^ I do understand some of the opinions when it comes to the games, (whether I agree or not) such as Anthem - but again some are based off reviews so it’s best to keep my opinions to myself and hope someone enjoys the deal :P

Corsair K68 RGB Mechanical Keyboard (Cherry MX Reds) - £90.24 @ Amazon
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Only 25p more than the tkl version. Edit: MX Blue variant can be had for £87.98
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Been keeping an eye on mechanical keyboards for my brother. Been this price for about a week now.


I think, from what I can tell the 68 is plastic case and the 70 is aluminium. I have a K70 and the keyboard is fantastic but kinda regretting not getting RGB at the time.


What's the difference between the K68 and the K70?


How'd you find that? (highfive) heat added.

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Inateck keyboard case iPad at Amazon for £23.30 sold by Inateck and fulfilled by Amazon
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Currently on lightening deal for £30.50 but there’s additional promotion on the product page. Made my order £23.30

Deal finished,didn't spot it soon enough,shame :(


Great case, really well built. Purchase around Xmas with a code after it was posted here that was on Amazon for £11 I think for grey and white was about £6. Even at this price it's a good deal. I hardly charge the keyboard battery and it's really rugged.


Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Website details: AudioKit has released a new free and open-source collection of over 800+ free original loops of vintage Casio and Yamaha toy keyboards. This free sample pack inc… Read more

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When I played with bands I always fancied doing a cover of Enola Gay by OMD. But the original keyboard part included a child's toy piano and I could never get a sample of one. Now I can, but I'm retired from playing. Typical.


Ariston advert springs to mind as does my sister's Casio VLtone. And on and on....

ADX Firefight K01 Gaming Keyboard & Optical Gaming Mouse Bundle £39.99 @ Currys
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Keyboard is 49.99 Mouse is 29.99 So you get the keyboard for £10 basically but if theres no stock then ask in-store and they can give you the bundle for the online price 39.99… Read more

Thanks cattle. (y)


Just type "mech Keyboard" into amazon -,aps,130&sr=8-21,aps,130&sr=8-32,aps,130&sr=8-38 2 of those are even RGB (for that classical "mugs eyeful" that people seem so fond of (pirate) ).


Any chance of a link?


This keyboard has recently been £16.99 and the mouse similar/lower price to the keyboard.


Can get a mech for that money. Not voted either way.

Logitech Wireless K400 Plus Keyboard Touchpad £19.99 + £4.49 delivery (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
SPECS & DETAILS DIMENSIONS Height x Width x Depth: 23 mm x 354.3 mm x 139.9 mm Weight (with batteries): 380 g SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10 o… Read more

Had one of these for 2 years as my everyday work keyboard. It’s brilliant


Whats the range like on these or do they need modding like most wireless keyboards /Keypads?


I bought one on black Friday it's still in the box lol


That's what it's meant for! Been using it for 2 years to control my media server and web browse every now and then. It's awesome and compact. Absolutely no issues so far. Cold though as I bought it for £20 2 years ago


Hard to believe especially where I live :o Ordered last night around 9:45pm and it arrived this morning by Royal Mail :o maxmix

SteelSeries Apex M750, Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, RGB Illumination, 6 Macro Keys, PC / Mac, UK Layout, £79.99 delivered at Overclockers
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Free delivery. Specification Compatibility PC/Mac Cable Length 2m Switch type SteelSeries QX2 Connector Type USB Documentation Type Quick Start Guide Sample of Documentation N/A … Read more

Mecha membrane is where it's at. The feel of a mechanical without the obnoxious noise


The reaction time is faster for mechanical keyboards as the key is activated half way though the keypress rather than when it hits the membrane. Also less pressure is required to activate the key. There are 3 types of Mechanical keyboards - Linear, fastest reacting and quiet; bumpy, still fast but gives a tactile feel when keypress has been activated and clickly where you can hear when it has been activated. The cheapest are the clicky ones. If you are not a touch typist and press the keys hard they will make a sound, but if you can control your keypresses this should be a quiet keyboard. Mechanical keys will last virtually for ever and will perform consistently. They do not stress the fingers if you type correctly as they will not hit the base of the keyboard to activate, which is what you get with the non mechanical keyboards. I deal with so many people who develop hand/finger problems by using the cheap membrane keyboards normally used.


I don't get it either, I've tried it, it's just loud, maybe feels a bit better when clicking the keys, tad more responsive, in professional gaming sure, but I vow to my razer deathstalker, had it for 5 years and still so nice lol


What do people see in mechanical keyboards? :/. When we play online all you can hear on discord is people's keyboards going off in the background. Can anyone explain the purpose of these over, say, a membrane keyboard like the razor chroma?


Been using this for a few months now, ok for gaming, colours look pretty but it's terrible for typing on, I make so many more mistakes with these keys than any other keyboard I've used.

Ducky One2 TKL Horizon Blue Cherry MX Switch USB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, £98.69 delivered at Overclockers
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Delivery included. The Ducky One 2 TKL Horizon is a compact gaming keyboard with a minimalist exterior, a range of useful features in addition to the sought after and premium… Read more

The site says UK layout however the pictures shows a US layout (Small enter button). Anybody know which it is?


Got a ducky tenkeyless and its fantastic, just wish i had got blues instead of brown though, but thats just personal preference


Well there is mx silent and mx browns which have much quieter click compared to the blue ones. They are all much noisier than a membrane but some of them you dont need to swap for membrane when u play at night. Just sayin.


This is not even backlit, is that too much to ask for 99 quid?


"Noisy" is actually a feature. Anybody shopping for mech keyboard knows or should know the difference between at least basic 3 types of switches (red, brown and blue).

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