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witchy

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my keyboard is fooked.

I'Ve got a max of £30 to spend on a wireless keyboard, must not be infrared.

any suggestions guys?

Apologies for the upper/lowercase title, I'm using windows onscreen keyboard but my old damaged keyboard is switching itself between upper and lower case automatically, this effects the windows onscreen keyboard :(
 
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I know theres lots of cheap versions out there, I've tried usual Trust & Belkins etc, but if your budget is £30 then i'd recommend the Microsoft ones. They have decent battery life compared with others, decent quality feel with useful hot-buttons, with decent range RF -
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/88758 - £25 plus delivery
 

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I posted a Microsoft one in Bargain room from Tesco last week I think it was m8
very good on battery life too
around £15 if I remember rightly

:)

Here It Is M8



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Definitely get one with a mouse recharger, it's well worth it. If you don't you'll regret how many batteries you have to buy.
 

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Thanks guys, looks like it'll be the Mickeysoft one :)
 

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I could not find one with a mouse recharger for less then 50 quid. If there are cheaper ones out there I would like to know.

Thanks,
 

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I really only need the keyboard my mouse is fine. :)
 

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I posted a Microsoft one in Bargain room from Tesco last week I think it was m8
very good on battery life too
around £15 if I remember rightly

:)

Here It Is M8



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Is that offer on in store without having to use the collect @ store online?
 
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I dont know for definate m8 but I would assume so
if they have it in stock in your store I would say thats the price :)
 

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Ok mate :Cheers: gonna pop in tomorrow night after work, ive got a wireless mouse but decided to get a keyboard too, but may aswell get the set.
 

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Definitely get one with a mouse recharger, it's well worth it. If you don't you'll regret how many batteries you have to buy.

tell me about it, i go through batteries like nothing else

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I've told u before to stop using them in your battery powered butt plug ;)

Haw you!! thats private and confidential stuff between me and yourself ;)

Cheers
MFCGAVMFC
 
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