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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
Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard, RGB Backlit, Qwerty UK Layout, Black - £34.97 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 17 h, 12 m agoPosted 17 h, 12 m ago
Personalise five individual lighting zones from a spectrum of over 16.8 million colours on this RGB keyboard Full-sized gaming RGB keyboard designed for gaming and productivity; t… Read more

I got this keyboard just yesterday, after suffering with the use of a cheap ten quid one since my last one died. This one feels very comfortable and easy to type. The keys feel great and I've noticed I am making a lot less errors than with the cheap one.


Decent membrane keyboard but I got the mechanical G413 for less than this a few months ago (I know, I know, no time machine...)


I bought this as a works keyboard on offer at that time too. Excellent piece of kit. No complaints here. Heat


Got this for £24 in dec too, good keyboard.


What's a good keyboard for easy key removal an cleaning? The G213 looks like it will still get plenty of debris around the membrane .

Griffin Snapbook Keyboard / Protective Case Stand (Keyboard Detatchable) for iPad 4 Mini, £9.98 delivered at Scan
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Good price, hope it helps. Make a Stand SnapBook is the perfect iPad mini video companion. Open the cover and tilt the shell forward into place. A grid of grippy silicone rings… Read more

I ordered it around 4months ago for half price 45£ from Samsung official site


I’d buy if iPad mini 2 fits - thanks anyway seller good deal (y)


would ipad mini 2 fit this?


I bought one for my ipad mini 5. It'll work but a small mod is needed. Just above the up volume button the rubber needs to be sliced very slightly (not the volume button itself, but the rubber of the case above the button) so it sits flush. This is done on the inside edge of the case. All the mics seem to work fine even though they are in a different place. If anyone needs a pic of the mod please feel free to pm me.


In theory it should, as the 5 is the same size and shape as the 4, the only difference being the placement of the microphones. I got my kids a 5 a few weeks ago and they've got Griffin survivor slims that are for the 4, as I couldn't find one they liked for the 5. I was going to drill a hole for the mic if there was a problem, but they work fine on facetime.

Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600, UK Layout - Black £9 (Prime) / £13.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
I need a new keyboard as my nephew not able to go back to school. Most computer components have shot up in price so thought £9 for a Microsoft one was a good price. Camel says it… Read more
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Not really! I have three videos including a budget build pc. I did it to inspire my son to get his own channel off the ground.


Are you a YouTube channel also? I’ll search your username


Oh I have posted my links before :) ok cool well just on my mobile so will check later


Sorry this site doesn’t allow self promotion so you can just search my username and you should find either me or an famous ear biting American boxer



Logitech G915 Lightspeed Keyboard (Clicky) - £152.98 @ Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Logitech G915 wireless gaming keyboard with clicky key option and UK layout LIGHTSPEED wireless – This pro-grade wireless solution delivers superfast 1 ms report rate performanc… Read more
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I have the G915 tactile as i had the clicky before it, I sent the clicky back as it had a nice feel but the clicky was starting to wind me up when doing work so sent it back for the tactile version which feels just as good but quiter. i do love the G915 but always thought it was abit big as the G keys made it even bigger whihc i never use as i juts dont see the point in them this day in age. Also hate the yellow LED of the M1 to M3 and MR keys as they stay yellow and do not change with the keyboard led settings and stands out like a sore thumb unless you have your leds set to yellow, lol I have had the keyboard two weeks and its going back, why well I just ordered the G915 TKL . Reasons. 1, never used the number keypad ever in the years i have a keyboard. I think the num keypad is more for calculations and i also noticed alot of wear on my old keyboard apart from the num keypad it still looks brand new, lol 2, no more yellow LEDs M1 to M3 & MR buttons as there now on the F1 to F4 keys on the TKL version. 3, more room as i always had my keyboard off centre for typing as i needed the space for my mouse, no longer. 4, the TKL version has a much better bat than the G915 by 10 Hours i still have the G915 so i am going to compaire when i get the other one. and decide then


Not sure if it will help you kill them, but just show them the receipt and they will flee in terror!


Will this help me kill more trolls


Be tempted if it wasn't for GHUB. Just switched back to a wired G502 mouse after trying for 6 months to accept GHUB over LGS. GHUB all flash and sucks. I remember writing a 10+ point list of why I dislike it on here last year with a deal for G502 lightspeed. I had hoped it had improved since a got the G502 lightspeed for christmas. I've tried to put up and deal with it but just can't anymore. Shame really as I'd actually pay the premium for this keyboard if it wasn't for GHUB. I'd consider using GHUB for the Keyboard and stick to LGS for the mouse but you can't load LGS once GHUB is installed (skeptical) Guess I need to switch to a none Logitech or Razer mouse and keyboard if I want to go wireless.


I have this keyboard currently and use it for gaming. I personally prefer the number pad being there for general use. It's a good keyboard but I think they are for overpriced for what they are. But it is nice quality. I have the Tactile version as I don't like the loud clickety clack (lol)

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Microsoft Wireless Desktop 2000 Keyboard and Mouse Set, UK Layout - Black - £26.49 @ Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Features Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) which can help protect your personal and business information by encrypting what you type BlueTrack technology - works on virtually any… Read more



Works with Linux (Debian10) if anyone is interested.


Amazon insists this is a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse, but unfortunately it isn't :( Mind you it does say in the technical details that it has a Celeron 3865U processor and DDR3 ram - that's one hell of a powerful keyboard!


I've been trying to work out the difference between them. It looks like they both have rather large receivers compared to the tiny logitech ones. Also from reading the reviews it seems they both have mouse wheels that don't click when scrolled which I personally don't like.


This looks a nicer compared to the 850 that was posted recently. And for only a few quid more. Heat.

Razer Ornata Chroma Gaming Keyboard (Mechanical membrane) - GERMAN Layout £19.64 prime / £24.13 non prime @ Amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
IMPORTANT NOTE: This keyboard is GERMAN layout (which you can view here ), I also understand that the keys on this keyboard are not easy to switch so I would not recommend trying … Read more

Great for typing rules for others!


Damnit could have done with this! I've got the UK version and you can actually pull the key caps out with a bit of force. I've done it numerous times to clean the insides and the reason I could do with this is because the leather wrist rest is peeling and some of the keys are beginning to fade (I guess these weren't laser etched or whatever technically ensures the keys don't end up losing their lettering. Not a major issue as I touch type anyway but the OCD in me can't stand the worn off paint and it's not nice having bits of faux leather being stuck to your palm after a long gaming session! If this was in stock I would have bought it and just swapped the key caps off them and used the wrist rest then kept the keyboard as a back up! I can see the keyboard layout is exactly the same - just some of the keys have different letters on them. Shame I was working and didn't see this!


Sorry, it's gone. It went OOS but could still be ordered and said it was back in stock 10th June. Now it's gone completely.


How do you know it's coming back in stock on June 10th? This could be gone...


A lot of foreign layout keyboards appear on Amazon Warehouse (often French or German) for next to nothing. I wouldn't pay £20 for a QWERTZ kb, but that's just me. US layout is okay as it's not much of a change. I once bought a mech keyboard that was German and thought moving the keycaps would be a good solution, but the keys were in a slight gradual curved format and I could "feel" the keys I'd switched around whilst typing (embarrassed) I have a mecha-membrane keyboard (which are cheaper than all-mechanical keyboards, obviously) in a cupboard somewhere...

Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows QWERTY UK Layout - Black £19.98 (+£4.49P&P*) @ Amazon
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
*To reach the £20 minimum spend add something cheap such as:- these for 22p this for 34p or this for 54p saving £4.49 p&p ****NON-PRIME USERS*** MAKE SURE YOU SELECT FR… Read more

Temporarily out of stock


This was 3 months ago from Argos. Returned it


Used daily for work and bought from Sainsbury’s when they do their random £13.33 prices. Never had a problem and the batteries seem to last forever


Yes the mouse uses about 1 battery per year and the keyboard I think I have chamged twice in 5 years with heavy use


Decent alternative? - Microsoft Wireless Desktop 850

Microsoft Wireless Desktop 850 Keyboard and Mouse - Black - £23.99 @ Amazon
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Limited time offers on Mricrosoft Keyboard You can choose from list below.… Read more

The MK270 has a small mouse. Went for Microsoft 3050 instead as want a bigger size mouse and don't like a keyboard that's has all letters squeezed together (more expensive thougt £35.99 @ amazon)


managed to order an italian verison of the Microsoft Wireless Comfort Desktop 5050 keyboard for £24 from ebay main difference appears to be some of the special chars on the number keys, so shouldn't be a problem and I think will be worth it for how i'd be using it anyway. Though i think you can change the keyboards to UK, just the special chars wont match those on the keyboard, however being a touch typer, it shouldnt be a problem for me. heat added anyway


You have to spend a 100 quid and go for Logitech K800 Illuminated Wireless Keyboard,computers,185&sr=1-19


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mine has worked perfectly for many years, i really like it. Nice key travel. Microsoft support. Media Keys!! I dont use the mouse.

ADX MK0419 RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Red switches), £30.58 at Currys/ebay with code
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
Looks decent for the money, might suit someone. Double discount at checkout. Specification Switch type: Red switches Other features: Ergonomic soft wrist rest Cable length: … Read more

I got an adx mechanical keyboard for my girlfriend last year. After using it I regret the purchase. I’d just go for a decent membrane one at this price.


Nah, Curry's.


Outemu according to this article, which suggests it ain’t half bad for the price:



Razer Ornata Chroma Keyboard £69.99 at
Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
This is a mecha membrane keyboard.Best price I've seen
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You can get a Razer huntsman for around this price. It doesn’t come with a wrist rest but it’s a better keyboard with full optical mech switches.


Got one of these the other week, absolutely amazing!


Comes with Razer's own mecha-membrane switches which is a fancy name for 'mechanical-feel'. Actually comparing this to a regular mechanical keyboard it isn't too bad. Has a satisfying click to it (less distinctive compared to the likes of MX Blue) but has the tactile feel mimicked well.



Microsoft Wired Keyboard 600, UK Layout - Black £8.49 Prime / £12.98 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Cheap Microsoft keyboard with good reviews
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Great deal


Bought one of these the other week. I use it daily for work and it’s fine. Only grumble is that the function keys don’t sit high enough to act as a pencil rest!


Wrong picture in the title but hot price for a reliable basic keyboard.


Need this as poured coffee over my keyboard yesterday!


Looks like the picture is of Logitech keyboard (excited) Hot

Microsoft Bluetooth keyboard - £36 @ Amazon
Posted 20th MayPosted 20th May
Microsoft Bluetooth Keyboard on a special deal at Amazon today. This is normally around the £50 mark, and this is the price shown on Camelx3’s price history which is what they’re … Read more

Dropped another £1 ... £35 today!




IS this Backlit?


Microsoft's garage project- mouse without borders can help use one pair of keyboard/mouse across 4 PC's.


I'm currently using the logitech 380, but I would prefer one with feet. This seems to be slightly raised, I'm tempted to get this as the 380 is too small for a whole day of work.

Razer Blackwidow X Chroma RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for £69.99 delivered @ Box
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Nice keyboard on offer at Box. Was £109.99, now £69.99 which i think is the lowest it has been. Available with free delivery More reviews available on Amazon Multi-award W… Read more
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Try looking at the ducky one 2 mini


Check out the Wooting One. Very nice!


So you agree with me that that you wouldn't go back then. All mice do the same thing too going by that theory but having something responsive yeah definitely. I don't know many people who have a premium gaming mouse but a cheap membrane keyboard though.


Just need a good TKL keyboard man, why does everything have a numpad; I’m a gamer not an accountant (lol) .


To be fair, keyboards all do the same thing and anything that works reliably will suffice for gaming. A mouse is a much more important investment especially if you play competitive titles. I’ve had both mech and mem boards and whilst I wouldn’t go back I wouldn’t have a huge problem playing with them. A bad mouse on the other hand is inexcusable.

Apple Magic Keyboard for iPad Pro 11 & 12.9 inch - £299.99 / Students £239.99 with 20% off with Totum/NUS
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Prepared for the Apple hate but this is a brilliant discount on the newly released keyboard with trackpad for both 2018 and 2020 iPad Pro's. Yes I get even at this price its crazy… Read more

Could be Eisenberg/Walter White


(lol) (lol) (lol) You won’t believe it but until you said I didn’t even realise it’s anything remotely close to Steve Jobs, I put this on probably 3 years ago by just googling a random picture. Don’t like Apple Juice I am afraid, only like Orange with bits ;)


Someone who has Steve Jobs as an avatar I would take with a pinch of salt.You really have been drinking too much apple juice lol


Just a little circle like a screw



Microsoft 850 Wireless Keyboard for £15.75 (Prime) / £20.24 (Non Prime) delivered @ Amazon
Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Get the comfort and convenience of a full-sized keyboard with the value-priced Wireless Keyboard 850. Wireless without worry. Tired of tiny on-screen keyboards? The value-priced… Read more
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not available anymore???


Any good?


Pity the keyboard+mouse combo is double the price. Good find though/


Yay, almost bought it yesterday at 18.50. every little helps


Been using an 800 at home for the past 7/8 years Faultless (nd the mouse too)

Microsoft Sculpt Ergonomic Desktop Keyboard, Mouse and Numeric Pad Set, UK Layout - Black £67.99 Amazon
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Limited Time Deal. Been waiting to pull a trigger for the last couple of days at £85. Saw it at £67.99. Happy.
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Looks like an Aiwa stereo from 25 years ago :D


This one I also used it for several years before switching to the Sculpt. One of the best for its time, but the keys are long-travel and for several weeks my fingertips were blue from pounding on the short-travel keys on the Sculpt.


The mouse broke, but it was already out of warranty :-(


Sorry, I just wanted to be clear as I get the feeling my comments came across as negative for this deal: I think the keyboard is good and love the ergonomic design. It's certainly worth £68 and this is a great deal (I recall work paying over a hundred) but I'm just saying that I wouldn't use it for a "Rolls Royce" setup (assuming budget is not a factor). As mentioned, the MX Master 3 is £80-100 on its own and the MX Keys is another £100 (deals around for about £77 recently). At less than half the price of the Logitech setup, with 80% of the benefits, I think this is a great deal and would serve the majority of buyers extremely well.


I have two of these and couldn’t go back to a normal keyboard now. The mouse is awful but the keyboard is great! I had some issues with them a while back keys getting stuck some not working but pets averted and they seem to have come right! They must be 4 years old now and still going strong!

Casio SA-46 32 Mini-Keys Keyboard in Green £34 Amazon
Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Seems like good price for first keyboard for my 5 year old.

Ha, if I told you, it wouldn't be a secret anymore.


Tell me where the secret stash of Moogs are for £34 each, I'll raid the place.


My kids love keyboards but they own this exact one and this one Guess which one gets more use?


Well, I'm not talking about buying a full size piano :) I was talking about this one Casio SA-78, it's £12 more expensive and it's actually useful:


For a 5 year old to see if they show an interest in playing before spending too much money or getting a sizeable keyboard, this is pretty ideal. If they do take to it, an upgrade to full size keys will be needed as you say.

Razer BlackWidow Elite Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Tactile & Clicky) - £119.97 @ Amazon
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Ebuyer selling at the same price. Gamer keyboard with Razer green switches (tactile and clicky); designed specifically for gaming, Razer mechanical switches provide optimised ac… Read more
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Can anyone recommend a low profile /short travel linear keyboard?


Thanks and back in stock and ordered


If you like Razer then they do a few different TKL ones, but what you go for depends on what kind of switch you're looking for. The BlackWidow Lite is pretty decent and has been as low as £55. It's got Razer Orange switches (similar to Cherry Browns). Or they have the Huntsman Tournament Edition which has their red linear switches but at the moment that seems to be £115 or more. Plenty of other options exist from manufacterers like HyperX, Steelseries, etc.


Yep I've been using it. Don't seem to get many emails but guess prices are not dropping.


I use in meantime. Still active tracking and can track your wish lists automatically.

Acer Aspire 5 A515-43-R43W Laptop (AMD Ryzen 5, 16GB, 1TB SSD) £451.41 (Potential Spanish keyboard) @ El Corte Ingles
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Super cheap price for the specs you are getting. Please note that no operating system is included with the laptop, so you will need to purchase your operating system of choice (e.g… Read more
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Thanks for the updates. I will expire the deal due the fact that there seems to be a strong chance you may receive a different model compared to the one advertised


The French version of HUKD has a discussion thread in which they mention that the images are not accurate on close inspection - ports do not match up to the description.


Good spec. But spanish keyboard and logistics from spain will throw me off unfortunately.


Tried googling the product code but all that comes up is the other EU deal sites, one of which this deal was lifted from I’m sure. Nothing conclusive on the keyboard but would be odd for a model sold in Spanish department stores not to have a Spanish layout. Can be changed to UK but obviously stuck with the keys not being marked correctly. By the way, strange for a department store to sell a laptop without Windows?!


It looks like you've got the Spanish keyboard (lol)

Microsoft 2000 USB Wireless Desktop Keyboard and Mouse (Black) *Open Box* £28.87 @ CCLOnline (£4.99 P&P)
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
Honestly, the keyboard itself is not bad for what it is, normally £35 odd pound gone down quite a bit! Classically designed wireless keyboard, with a pillow-textured palm rest f… Read more
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I guess the mouse looks different in BT website. Am guessing they used a wrong one, as further down they used the same mouse.


New on amazon for £26.49! Was going to order this one to replace my ageing mouse/keyb, but read some negative review from amazon. Went for the 3050 model @ £35.99(amazon prime). Opted for the no-rush option and saving another £1.


thank you for your post just ordered that one better price thanks ;) ;) ;)


£26.49 from Amazon Got it myself a few weeks ago for WFH. Would prefer a clicky mouse wheel for some feedback.


looks exactly the same to me, same model number. How is it completely different?

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