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Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard Price drop £38.99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard for Windows, Mac, Chrome, iOS, Android - QWERTY, UK Layout, Dark Grey/White Amazon price drop £38.99 prime Nice price for a decent key… Read more

Anyone? I ordered mine on the day and amazon just keep changing my delivery date...


Anyone any luck with delivery?


Been after this one to try for a while, like the idea of having my iPad there for making quick notes and references whilst working on my desktop.


Yes, flawlessly.


Hi, Can I ask if the device switching works with both Bluetooth and the unifying receiver? Meaning, if device 1 on unify receiver and device 2 in on BT, will the switching works? Thanks :)

Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo instore at Sainsbury's for £12.50
LocalLocalFound 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard/Mouse half price at Sainsbury instore. Bought in Liphook branch not sure if nationwide

You can save a few pence on your ibuprofen elsewhere ... 29p Asda, 25p or less in Home Bargains, and often cheaper in local pharmacies. Sainsbury's even charge 40p for generic paracetamol and can often get it for half that elsewhere


Sadly wasnt reduced within my local store. Must be a store specific offer.


Good Find OP! Going to check out my local Sainsbury's shortly!!

Logitech Wireless Keyboard & Mouse MK270 £16.24 @ Amazon Prime / £20.73 non-Prime
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Cracking set which I've had for a few years. They're not lying on the battery life - the keyboard will go for a couple of years, and the mouse one year easy.

Or one day after my post.... Ha ha..... (lol)


Indeed... the previous time it was lower than this was November 2016 ... which im assuming was black friday? Hop into that time machine... and off ... we..... go!


Tesco Southport has them for £16


Amazon - but too slow, its gone back up!



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Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard £47.99 @ John Lewis  & Partners and Amazon
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
Wireless keyboard with laptop style keys; can connect to three devices using 2.4GHz receiver or Bluetooth. No backlight. Has been £59.99 at most places. John Lewis accept One4All… Read more

Too much £ for a keyboard without a touchpad in my book.


You should have no problems as all smart tv's have some form of android built in and a basic requirement is being able to connect a keyboard and mouse. my 2016 panasonic 4k tv works with my logitech k400 wireless keyboard and also my nvidia shield streaming box.


Can i use this with my 2014 samsung smart tv?

Microsoft all in one wireless keyboard - further reduced - £23.99 @ Amazon
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Was £29.99, then £26.99 and now down to £23.99. Already have a logitech K400+ but at this price it’s worth trying it out. price matched argos again http://www.argos.co.uk/produc… Read more

I've had both, I'm a web designer, I much preferred the microsoft one, the K400 felt much cheaper and clickier, I'm normally a logitech fan, but the microsoft one seemed more durable to me and I preferred the more tactile feeling to push the keys, the trackpad is good and the buttons underneath are physical they are just not raised.


Bought a K400+ a few days ago and love it. K400 has physical mouse buttons whereas this doesn't. Easy choice for me. Hot for the reduced price but Cold for not having physical mouse buttons.


Damn bought it two days ago lol


Ordered this last week, returned to Amazon yesterday. The keyboard is advertised as a full size keyboard, but it really isn't. The typing experience isn't great, keys are too 'mushy'. The trackpad is a major let down too, it starts tracking movements only after you've already moved slightly. Tried to live with it for a few days, but the control is very frustrating. As many say, the Logitech is a much better alternative, though the keyboard on it is a tiny bit smaller than the Microsoft all-in-one.


Had both of them some time ago, returned the Microsoft one. Better feel of the keys, better durability, better touchpad and connection and so on.. get the Logitech K400+!

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Microsoft all in one wireless media keyboard - £26.99 @ Amazon
Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
Amazon have price matched Argos on this lovely looking keyboard. Personally was between this and the logitech K400 plus which can be found cheaper than this, ended up buying logit… Read more

The trackpad on this is far better than the Logitech one.


I have the K400 at the moment - I have lag issues from only two meters away - and I have the receiver plugged into an extension cable, and is positioned so there's basically nothing between it and the keyboard. Admittedly, the keyboard is around 3 or 4 years old so age may have something to do with it. The lag seems to have become worse in recent months so I've just bought this. If I remember, I will compare the performance of the two keyboards once the new one turns up


I typically use my K400 from about 5m away without any registration or lag issues at all - in fact, I'm typing this with it right now! The key to this feat was simply moving the USB receiver away from the computer so there was less interference and blocking from the computer itself. I used a 1m USB extension cable to move the receiver up behind some wooden furniture, so there's nothing metal in the way. It's actually slightly further away as a result, but works so much better than when it was plugged directly into the back (or even the front) of the computer. Hope it works for you too.


Logitech TK820 possibly. See video for comparison


Anybody know of any all in one keyboard and mouse that are a little larger? I know these are typically meant to be small and sleek but I wouldn't mind something that sits a bit better on my lap.

Logitech K400 plus wireless keyboard - prime day deal - £17.99
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Prime day deal Great for connecting to android TV boxes

Let me fire up the DeLorean !!........good grief


Depends on the TV. But some (like my Samsung) seem to turn off WiFi if you plug in a wired connection to the TV. This appears to be WiFi rather than Bluetooth and I suspect Bluetooth is more likely tow work, though others may be able to advise you better.


Hope Linux drivers support this keyboard?


Your a winner grimmer well done ... anything else?


Would this work with Android TV? Have tried other wired USB/Wireless keyboards (quicker to type wifi pw / search than remote) but no keyboards seem to work? PS4 Controller does but it always turns my PS4 on too -.-

Logitech MK270 Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo for Windows £6 asda instore sutton in ashfield
LocalLocalFound 12th JulFound 12th Jul
only had a couple left but great value for a mouse and keyboard combo Product Description Logitech's MK270 Wireless Combo is the reliable wireless keyboard and mouse combo with a … Read more
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Cheers OP picked up the last one in Langley Mill for £2.


No, it was the last one


Has anyone found any of these in a London ASDA?, thanx.


Got the last one for £2 in my store.


Do they have more in stock?

Logitech K400 Plus Wireless Touch Keyboard @ Amazon for £21.48
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
I've had this on my wishlist for a while, and noticed the price drop. It did drop momentarily to £19.99 earlier this month (which I missed) but it's levelled out at this price. Exc… Read more
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this keyboard is dank. i use it for my quiet pc build. no feedback from keys, volume buttons, and can use it with the tv hooked up to pc. one of the best i owned. i like my keys flat and quiet


I found this keyboard in Tesco on clearance for £8.75:




Thanks for that


Cheers thanks for that

Polaroid wireless keyboard £1.50 instore @ Asda
LocalLocalFound 25th JunFound 25th Jun
Polaroid wireless keyboard for £1.50. USB receiver. No mouse.
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Dubious about the Polaroid factor, same way I wouldn't buy a Logitech TV....but for £1.50? Maybe


£1.50 for this or Legoland :D


Thanks. I was 'guessing with confidence' ! (it's worked for years, most people don't bother to check)


These are awful interferes with WiFi card on device plugged into.


Oh shame, it would be worth it just for USB if so

Logitech MK850 Performance Wireless Keyboard and Mouse £69.99 with 2 year warranty @ Box (Switch between devices)
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Nice slick set up, the feature that interests me the most is the Easy-Switch, which lets you flick between devices. I usually post gaming mice and keyboards, but not today :D Has… Read more

I currently have a home computer with a Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse (with one of the older, bigger dongles), and with my work laptop a wireless Logitech mouse with a unifying receiver and a wired keyboard. If i bought one of these, could i use it at home and switch between the work laptop and home pc? And then when i take my laptop to work, use my existing wireless keyboard and current mouse? Not sure how easy it is to re-sync the devices with a new receiver?


Does this work with a Samsung smart tv then?


I have this keyboard and really like it. I got it because it allows connection via bluetooth or non-bluetooth rf connection (with a dongle) - my work laptop doesn't allow bluetooth (some security thing) and my home laptop does. I can switch between 3 pcs any of which can be bluetooth or rf. I also have a Logitech MX Anywhere 2 mouse which does the same.


Hot deal. Link not working, looks like you missed the l from html in the address ;) Correct link Mouse included appears to be the M720 Triathlon and keyboard doesn't appear to be available separately

Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard £53.50 @ JohnLewis and @ Amazon
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Logitech K780 Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard, pricy keyboard but may be helpful for someone who is already tracking this keyboard price. I have been using this from quite a while. … Read more

One Logitech unifying receiver works for both the MX Master2 and K780


That will need another usb port. Some devices only have one usb port . Better buy keyboard with trackpad or mouse with it . Even Logitech makes many of them .


will this work on the xbox one x for typing in information like passwords ? since the app on the ios does not let you use your ipad as a keyboard which is a joke really


I tried everything over the years. Simple USB switcher is fine if devices have a USB port (of any variety with the right adapter).


I have this and switch between a mac and an iPhone and an iPad seamlessly, it works very well. Worth the money if you want the convenience. The biggest joy is the slot at the back that you balance your phone in - super easy to use. If you think it's expensive because you are comparing it to "just a keyboard" you are missing the point of what this does - it's 3 keyboards in the space of one. I got mine cheap in the Maplin sell off but this is a good price. I did think it was expensive before I had it but now i'm using it I think it's good value if you need these functions.

Logitech Wireless Kbd/Mouse Combo MK270 £16.66 @ Sainsbury's
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
A nice price for this Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse. Uses the supplied USB dongle for 2.4GHz wireless operation. Keyboard is full size but mouse is "portable" so those wit… Read more

I've found that the keyboard stops responding after a while (only the shortcut keys and hotkeys work, windows key too) when I had my receiver plugged in to my monitor hub. I had to buy an extension cable and just run it under my desk just for the receiver. As much as I thought logitechs suggestions were akin to the turn it off and on again IT rhetoric, it actually worked.


Be wary that the mouse is really tiny...


I sent this back as keyboard had terrible lag, even just a metre or so away from the dongle


aye could do, but its a tiny mouse anyways.


I've just bought this kit, but already had the same model of mouse (M185) which has been flawless for over 2 years (and still on the original battery). You must have a bad example.

Logitech MK850 Performance Combo Wireless Keyboard & Mouse - £50 instore @ Maplin (Derby)
LocalLocalFound 15th MayFound 15th May
50% off in Maplin subject to in-store stock - as of this morning there were ~ left at Wyvern, Derby.

That would be ideal, probably would end up spending too much though. Will have to keep an eye out. :)


it was 50% of plus another 25% off in my local a week ago


I looked at those on Saturday, then decided I wouldn't bother. Good price I guess, still in the hopes that soon it will be 60% off by which time everything I have debated buying will of disappeared no doubt. Voted hot anyway. :)


YAMD !!!!


5 that should be at the Wyvern store.

Bluetooth keyboard £5 in-store @ Wilkos
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Texet Bluetooth Keyboard Bluetooth 3.0 interface standard 78 key mini keyboard Splash proof keys Operating distance up to 10M Automatic power saving mode Compatible with iPad 1-4 … Read more

Anyone else found these??


At Brentwood store in Essex - they had been £10 for weeks but didn't shift. Still had 6 or so on the shelf.


at what store was this? thanks


Hot but no trackpad

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

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:/

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.

Logitech SLIM FOLIO Case with integrated Bluetooth keyboard for iPad (5th generation, 2017 release) - Ebuyer - £63.99 delivered
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
TYPE. BROWSE. PROTECT. – ALL YOUR IPAD NEEDS IN ONE TOOLSlim Folio takes mobile computing to a new level. Now you can enjoy laptop-like typing anywhere you take your iPad. Its slim… Read more

Logitech don't, but they are available on Amazon.


Do they make a backlit version for the non pro?


Not the backlit version, so no good for me.


Currently using Logitech slim combo case, £100.Really adds something to be able to bash out an email or text with proper keys! Heat, Logitech gear is pretty hard wearing.


I don't smoke, but you on the other hand seem to have had one too many. Logitech in their wisdom chose to throw in a keyboard

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