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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
Acer Spin 5 13.3" Convertible Laptop - Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Full-HD IPS Touchscreen, Backlit Keyboard £329.97 @ BOX UK
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Discounted from £379. Acer Spin 5 is the most affordable laptop with backlit keyboard. It has clear full HD screen with IPS tech that gives you excellent wide-viewing angles. Its … Read more

Memory and ssd are upgradeable. The review posted above was pretty decent considering the price but personally think I would want the i5 version with 8gb ram.


I got one of these for my Father in Law last week and he's chuffed with it. I know you can wipe Win10 easily enough but there wasn't much guff preinstalled and the casing has a metal finish on the top and keyboard surround. There was an identical price version but without the backlit keyboard. We paid an extra fiver for 2 day delivery and placed the order at 4.30pm. It arrived via DPD at 9.45 am the next day.


True but you could only really describe usb c as very niche at this moment in time. Hdmi will handle 4k whilst ssd is still fine in usb 3. Is usb c worth a 100 premium which is ultimately what we are talking about since 6th gen and 7th gen cpu are largely identical


This is obviously older stock. Doubt you'll want to do anything with a faster hub or 4k TV with only 4GB ram. Windows 10 has become real bloatware and 8GB is what you really need nowadays to run it smoothly. This is good for general browsing and 1080p stuff. Heat for fullhd screen and backlit keyboard. Touchscreen and tent mode a bonus


Most new laptop s have them . Usb c let's you connect to external hubs at much faster speed . Displayport / HDMI 2.0 let you use 4k monitor or connect to TV in 4k

Corsair Raptor K30 LED Backlit Gaming Keyboard  £28.99  Argos eBay Store
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

This is a great Keyboard and a steal at this price. I've had one of these for about the last 5 years now and it's still going strong, with no faults or problems.


I think only K60 upwards is mechanical? But it’s still a nice keyboard though there was an Aukey mechanical on here for £17.99 early today (Amazon Lightning).


Great keyboard I have one , but for fps games (which I don’t really play other than Fortnite with my boy) I find the keys are a bit stiff and I prefer using his cheap keyboard but for other uses it’s excellent


No its just a basic keyboard with red leds.


Excellent keyboard, I actually prefer it to my k95! Not a joke either.

AUKEY Mechanical Keyboard Blue Switches Gaming Keyboard UK Layout | £17.99  (Prime) / £22.74 (non Prime) Sold by AUKEY direct and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Amazon lightning deal. UK Layout Suitable for those who used to English keyboards, no needs to switch the keyboard type in the operating system. Blue Switch Blue switch is perf… Read more

Replacement keys can be bought almost anywhere to be honest. Try eBay for example. Just try find similar looking ones to the ones on this board.


I got the full size one yesterday. My first ever mechanical keyboard. It’s loud but I love the clicky noise it makes. Only used at home so nobody else to annoy. Being new to mechanical keyboards where would I buy replacement keys should I need them?


bought one of these about a month ago for the usual price of £22, really like it but it is loud


Decent price op. Hot. I'm after a backlit keyboard, with brown switches and a number pad.


Great build quality with very responsive tactile keys however can be loud. Keys do fade away had mine since september and its great. Great budget mechanical keyboard for gaming. Aluminium base board so very sturdy

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Uniplay U6 Smart Gamepad/Touchpad/Keyboard 2.4G - £25.89 @ Gearbest
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
An interesting new multi-function device that supports Android, Windows, Xbox etc Claims to be 6 in 1 with Gamepad, Mouse, Keyboard, Remote Control, Wireless Microphone and Wirele… Read more

There's protection just not in the form of paypal payment you get a time limit depending on item if it doesn't come close enough by then claim money back ive done it before so problem.


Does anyone known if this would work with an Amazon Fire TV as a games controller?


Alas no Paypal with Aliexpress, so less protection.


Looks very nice, but the price is meh.


Its only just over £20 from places on aliexpress. Cold.

LocalLocalFound 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Keyboard price in most places is £150 Mouse price in most places is £55-60 I purchased in-store today and also got a XXL overclockers mouse pad. Not sure if this is online.

Not voted either way as may seem a deal to sum folks


Wow just wow! and I thought I'd seen it all on here


no dedicated macro keys, not even dedicated volume control, no usb pass through


For what reason?


The keyboard isn't worth more than the k95 platinum

LG 27GK750F-B 27" FreeSync 1ms HDMI 240Hz Gaming Monitor With FREE Gaming Keyboard & Mouse - £379.97 @ Laptops Direct
31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Excellent deal, bought 1 very happy with my purchase and service from Laptops Direct! Don’t need the FOC keyboard and mouse so on to eBay they go! :
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The info wasn't in the deal, since I had to go looking for it I wanted to save anyone else the hassle.


People that would be interested in this monitor will be happy with 1080p. It's a 240hz panel, and cheap. 1080p is a benefit in a way becuase it's a lot easier to drive 240fps at 1080p than it is at 1440p (in fact, I don't even think they make 240hz/1440p panels).


No thanks!




Nice find @EllisDee_1 - thanks for sharing. Great first deal :)

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2.4GHz Wireless QWERTY Keyboard with touchpad £4.43 delivered at Tomtop
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Pretty cheap rechargeable keyboard to use with Android boxes and such. No codes needed or anything like that, delivery is free. States you can use the supplied rechargeable batter… Read more
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Wait for Rii with backlight for £10 on here couple times before. But whichever you get, buy a USB extension cable from poundland to move the keyboard Receiver away from onboard wifi which overpower the Receiver and greatly reduces keyboard working distance.


For £6.65 you can get a backlit one


It probably costs Royal Mail almost as much as the cost of this package to simply deal with the item. Convenient for Tombottom given they rely on Royal Mail to provide that service for free.


Is the pad what make you not recommend it?


I've got one and wouldn't recommend. Use it for Netflix occasionally but not great.

Corsair K63 Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Free Delivery £55.99 @ Maplin
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
I was on the hunt for a new mechanical keyboard and came across this from Maplin. Cheapest price I can see online at the moment. £69.93 from ebuyer • Compact mechanical gamin… Read more

For anyone still looking at this, I've just ordered one for delivery even though originally it was in store only.


Pretty sure there's no dedicated macro keys on this.


Try instore collection


Looks like it's now out of stock online! Sorry! ;(


Sorry, there is insufficient stock for your cart. /sadface

Logitech G213 Prodigy Mech-Dome RGB Gaming Keyboard £31.49 @ Maplin (Check Local store for stock)
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
seems a great price for this as £42.99 on amazon ect • Great gamer grade keyboard • Designed for comfort and high performance • 16.8 million customisable lighting options • Integ… Read more
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£41.99 new price.


Just picked one of these up!


Unfortunately the wrist rest doesn't come off. Keys are louder than normal domes but they aren't anywhere near mechanical switches. Which switches do you have as these are advertised as similar to Cherry MX Browns?


Couple of questions. Does the palm rest come off? Also how noisy are the keys? As my mechanical keyboard is still really noisy despite adding dampeners


Partner got this recently. Keys feel really good, leds are nice and always a bonus to have media keys!

Microsoft Surface Pro Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB, 12.3" (3 Year Guarantee) & Signature Alcantara Type Cover £749.00 @ John Lewis (Saving £299.00)
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
For those who would prefer the 3 year John Lewis guarantee and the Signature (Alcantara) Type Cover.

The offer ended on the 11th April on the microsoft site.


Thanks for heads up on Amex but looked like it doesn't include the type cover.


You'll know that the 4GB will never manage photoshop with large photos, multiple layers and so on. On the other hand, I know first hand with experience of the 4GB devices that they'll function very well for everything else. I owned the SP3 from around its launch, and only upgraded to the 2017 SP last Black Friday. My workflow on my SP is pretty much the same every day. Office, NVivo, Mendeley, Onenote, Web, SPSS (Although that's being used less these days), Spotify, Skype, Media consumption. No graphics work, which is why 4GB works for me. Even if I were 'running out of RAM' the swap is sufficient for my purposes that I don't notice it. That will not be the case when you've got heave RAW manipulations going on. It sounds to me like the Surface Book 2 is the machine for you, but yeah, hopefully a deal will swing your way soon.


Got a powerful desktop for my design work so not sure the Surface Pro i5 8GB RAM is essential as I want it more for the tablet form factor. But 4GB feels like it definitely wont be enough. Kicking myself hard for not jumping on a Surface Book 2 deal/price glitch now as I'd much prefer a true laptop form factor that can become a tablet but not liking the alternative 2-1s when compared with Surface Pro.


The chances of getting a 4GB device to do reasonable in depth Photoshop is slim, but given that one of your alternative device will be a new iPad pro, it seems like the kind of photo editing you have in mind will work more than well enough on the 4GB surface pro.

Backlit Wireless Keyboard with Large Touchpad for TV Boxes / PCs £10.35 ALSO the Quelima SQ11 Mini 1080p Camera is £5.32 w/code @ Tomtop w/code
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Log in and use code - TTH20 Personally I prefer this type of keyboard, I think they look a lot sleeker. Has a larger touch pad on the back as opposed to a much smaller one on th… Read more
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Code not working for me. Apparently its being applied to the wrong category.


Was looking at air mice yesterday and couldn't choose between the dozens of different models.


That's not what you said, you said there are NO parts to fail which is just plain wrong.


It is a big remote control! How often do they normally go wrong?


Hate rechargeable devices but like how the device looks:/

MSI GE63VR 7RE (Intel i7 Quad Core / 16GB RAM / 256GB SSD 1TB HDD / GTX1060 / SteelSeries RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £1299.97 Delivered @
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Similar to the MSI deal I posted the other day, however this has a serious spec bump in comparison. 16Gb DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD, Dedicated GTX 1060 6GB Graphics card means… Read more
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Newer CPU traded off for a smaller SSD.


Not wanting to hijack your deal, but there's the new MSI GP63 with a brand new 8th Gen i7 for £1249(pre-order) at OverClockersUK. most of the other specs are in common with your one. Hope this helps somebody! EDIT: oh it doesn't have the free bag that one has.

AUKEY Mechanical Keyboard Blue Switches Gaming Keyboard UK Layout, £21.99 from Aukey/amazon
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
It seems like an Aukey day today, pun intended:) Outemu Blue switches: Individual switches tested for 50 million keystrokes, 60 grams of strength and 4.0 + / - 0.2 mm range stri… Read more

I have this keyboard right now (in fact typing on it). Great for the price, the keys are a little too close together but that is usually expected with a ten keyless keyboard


They look black white, rather than blue. (ninja)


Yuck Blue switch. Unbearable.


+1 If you need to look down to see what key to press that is a bigger problem than what keyboard you have :).


I've used this keyboard for a year ( just replaced with Logitech g910 spectrum). It's very loud but strong and heavy enough not to go skating around the desk on heavy gaming sessions.

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Intel i7 Quad Core / 8GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB / RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Fantastic price for this to be honest. If you are looking for no compromise in specs; on a gaming laptop, this may fit the bill :) The laptop also comes with a Free MSI Bundle Pac… Read more
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I have yes but only Mario kart and Zelda. Both work pretty much perfectly at 1080p and even with the higher Res texture packs. It does struggle above 1080p however.


Tempted, but any others to consider for the money or similar money?


Have you tried cemu?


I got an MSI laptop last week. Similar specs. The 7700hq with the 1050ti and I love it. Ironically I've not played a single pc game on it but things like pcsx2 and dolphin run like butter in 1080p and even above ( via TV out).


With all these gaming laptop deals lately. It's hard to convince myself I don't need them. I got a slightly out of date gaming pc that collects dust other than work. That's my excuse not to buy a laptop. but man, the want is becoming difficult to ignore! (horror)

Dell Premier Wireless Keyboard and Mouse - KM717 - £64.99 @ Dell
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
My 1st post here. Researched the amazon for a wireless keyboard & mouse combo and best I could find was this one. After reading reviews and youtube videos about this produc I w… Read more
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Is this compatible with windows 7 using bluetooth?


have this now for a week and I can confirm the mouse is quite uncomfortable, I will keep trying


I've got this setup at work and was really surprised at how good it is. Build quality feels like apple and the mouse is actually pretty good too. Well worth a punt for anyone looking for a new keyboard set.


Not voting either way as most reviews say the keyboard is good but the mouse is crap.

Corsair K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £127.99 @ Maplin
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Maplins have a fairly good price on new Corsair K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches. Part of the closing down sale!
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same keyboard cheaper on scan for £114.50 Scan sell refur keyboard. the same one as above is £85(non rgb is £50 ish). it say factory refurb so i expect it to be good as new


Where is the original for £50 less? also scan refurb?


Not a bad price but I personally think your better getting the original k70 RGB for £50 less, or a refurb Lux from Scan for £80


Cheapest I can see, I guess people are voting cold because its a lot of a keyboard

Microsoft Surface Pro Tablet, Intel Core i5, 4GB RAM, 128GB with keyboard £679.99 at John Lewis
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Bundle deal with choice of keyboard covers saving £369.00 on (their) sold separately price. I haven't seen the i5 version anywhere near this price (it's £799 on Amazon with keyboar… Read more
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Whatever tools get the job done. Curiously, I'm also a psychology graduate. I've used the surface pro 3 and now surface pro 2017 for my post graduate work. I've found them both to be fantastic. It's down to making a work flow that is right for you. If you are not in a hurry to get rid of the surface, I'd definitely recommend sticking with it a while. Changing platforms is always a bit of a nuisance.


Yeah I’m a psychology post grad (MSc) at the moment and I’ve got a post grad in high intensity psychological therapies which I’m currently considering PhD options in. I neglected to mention that I have a desktop at home for SPSS etc. I was hoping the surface would tempt me out of the Apple eco system a bit and I would use it on the go (note taking / recording focus groups etc).


I'm a PhD candidate right now, and using the surface for similar reasons. I needed a pc for programmes like NVivo, SPSS, and such. Connecting to two external monitors is also a must. Outside of that, the iPad is the best tablet available right now. Nothing comes near it.


Yeah I absolutely agree. I do mostly note taking and a lot of pdf reading / annotating (I’m currently doing a lot of research) so the iPad seems to have a better writing experience, better shaped screen (pretty much same size as A4) and has better productivity apps for me (notability, goodnotes, MS office suite etc). I also have to print selections if my notes so they have to fit neatly into A4. I was also surprised to see the Geekbench scores are pretty much the same between the iPad Pro and the surface i7. On the plus side for my surface - it’s nice having a normal file system, it has a 1tb SSD, it can run my external monitor and use the surface as a second screen (research article on surface, then 2 other windows split screen on monitor). I’m still playing with it though.


It all depends on what you want. The Surface Pro is more capable than the iPad pro in almost every way, especially when it comes to productivity tools. On the other hand, the iPad obviously has the better performance purely in tablet only terms such as dedicated app consuming. I did work out that once you set a template in OneNote 2016, it transfers over to the app. Having tried it, I'm actually preferring not having the page size set, because it seems to defeat the purpose of electronic note taking, which is to be free of paper limitations.

Corsair Gaming STRAFE MX Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard RED LED (UK) - Cherry MX Silent  - £66.98 @ CCLOnline
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
KEYBOARD LAYOUT IS UK (Confirmed by CCL) Strafe MX Silent delivers ultra-quiet mechanical key switch performance. It's up to 30% quieter than other mechanical gaming keyboards wit… Read more
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Bought this last week from there. Cracking keyboard.


I've confirmed with ccl, all keyboards are Uk layout as per the description. Photos are from the US site.


Got excited till i saw the stupid non-uk standard layout & the return key :(


Love it but would really like some simple media keys

Microsoft Designer Wireless Desktop Keyboard & Mouse Set - £40.99 @ Argos
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
The keyboard is available via Argos through the link but I wanted to buy it from John Lewis as I just prefer them more, therefore I made a price-match claim and they agreed to it. … Read more

Too pricey for a keyboard without backlit keys


Pretty much identical, only difference is the spacing for the arrow keys, that's all that's visually different to me and also the colour of course


Anyone know how this compares with the surface keyboard (the silver full size one)


Designer ??.... oh well, makes a change from the word "Pro"


Mouse is bound to break. Seen loads of them go faulty. Keyboards aint bad at all though.

Yamaha Keyboard £79.99 from Lidl available Thursday 5/4/18
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
61 standard size keys385 high-quality sounds, including pianos, guitars, drums and orchestral instruments 100 auto-accompaniment styles provide real-time band backing tracks based … Read more

Would anyone happen to know wether the keys are weighted?


It's not mentioned which model this is, but I've zoomed right in on the picture and can just make out, it appears to be a YPT-255 which I could only find elsewhere at £99, so not a bad saving! Review/details here: There is a slightly newer YPT-260 (it replaced the 255 in 2017) which is around the same price but the only difference is that the 260 has more sounds/accompaniment styles and the ability to record/playback.


Sorry put price in wrong section


Free at £79? :/ :D

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