replacing desktop keyboard

  Daisy22 11:17 02 Oct 2010
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I'm looking to replace my keyboard, its pretty old and some of the keys are worn. However I can't seem to find the same one to buy - it did originally come with PC/Monitor etc as a package.

It is a grey HP keyboard with lots of hot keys and it also has 2 USB ports which I find useful.

Its not wireless, so I'm not sure whether to upgrade to wireless whilst doing so or not. All the products are confusing I just basically would like what I have now but new!

Would prefer to go into a shop like Comet or PC World but not available where I live.

  robin_x 11:38 02 Oct 2010

USB ports sounds useful.

I bought a replacement MS £7 wired keyboard for my Compaq. I splashed out.

Loss of hotkeys or getting round to remapping is a hassle. So much so I haven't got round to it.

Have tried wireless kbd mice combos before.
Didn't get on with them. Need reconnection all the time. So settled on wired kbd and cheap Logitech wless mouse which always connects automatically.

Official HP spares are here
click here

  Nontek 12:42 02 Oct 2010

I use and very highly recommend click here it really is a great keyboard and easy to setup the numerous shortcut keys.

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