OnePlus 5T review: Hands-on
Does anyone have any experience of this product? My son's keyboard is on the blink and needs replacing.
The above is available from lowest on web for £19 including free delivery, and cordless would be a good option for him, especially the mouse.
They also have MS internet keyboard (corded) for £9 inc free delivery, and as this is what I use I know it is a quality keyboard.
They also have MS cordless KB and optical mouse for £34, which looks quite good.
And I've never bought from there, I see it is evesham so I think would be OK?
Baffled as to how they can offer such low prices and free delivery.
does not look like any of the a-tech products there - unless it is an older model.
the mouse shape looks a little unconventional, that's why I'm wondering about it.
May just go for the corded MS internet keyboard and get a separate cordless optical mouse.
don't know if this link to the products will work click here
georgemac what stuartli says is true I have used trust for some time & I find it is very good simple just means changing batteries fairly frequently about 1 per 3 months or less depends on usage
This is the link:
Trust commonly rebadges its products - digital cameras have come from Minton Optical of Taiwan for instance - but my Typhoon wireless keyboard and mouse (A4Tech rebranded) cost just £19.99 at Lidl and Trust's equivalent was twice that price at Staples at the time...:-)
Quite often rebranded products cost more, however, than the original version.
Rebranding is quite normal in the computer industry (Medion is a classic example) as no manufacturer can produce absolutely everything it sells.
Even your CD-R and similar media is only produced by a small number of manufacturers worldwide and then a large proportion of it rebranded by the top names.
The key in this case - as with any product - is to find out who makes what and who rebrands it, so that you know you are getting good quality.
This is the link I posted above:
I saw you post about your typhoon keyboard yesterday, so I went to my nearest Lidl (20 miles but was making the journey for another reason anyway) but they had no keyboards at all.
I have just visited the trust website and see that it is a wired keyboard and wireless mouse, so that will probably lead me to go for the MS keyboard and another mouse.
Just searching for typhoon products now.
I decided to go for a wired keyboard and will get a separate wireless optical mouse, and have ordered a MS internet keyboard from lowest on web as I know it is a quality component.
The trust product was tempting but the mouse looked a little funny.
I was very tempted to go for the A4Tech 'A' type keyboard and mouse, but do not know if this is beneficial to a standard keyboard. I was tempted because of Stuartli's praise of their quality, it's a pity there is not a wider choice of suppliers of their products in the UK.
It's 18 months since I bought my Typhoon keyboard and mouse at Lidl...........
It's still being advertised at around £23 by some of the online retailers but, in view of your last posting, that's all academic now.
In any case the MS products are of first class quality - it could just even be that they are manufactured for MS by A4Tech....:-)
I also thought - if the reciever should ever fail on a set - both items are then u/s, or if the mouse or keyboard failed, rather than have 2 recievers both would need to be repalced at once.
I may end up getting an extension cable for the keyboard, although my MS one has quite a long cable, and with wired keyboard I thought there would be less chance of "missed letters".
If Lidl had the Typhoon bundle on Saturday though I would have bought it.
I cannot believe that lowest on web can supply an MS internet keyboard for £9 including delivery and make a profit? so we shall see how the order progresses.
They may be taking at hit building a customer database? and then probably introduce a minimum order level for free postage?
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