Wireless keyboard & mouse

  tes 18:10 26 Nov 2006

Can anyone recomend a wireless keyboard & mouse up to £30

  Fingees 18:52 26 Nov 2006

I gt one from PC World .
It's their own brand. £14 .99

  Stuartli 18:57 26 Nov 2006

Lidl may still have one or two of their own brand Silvercrest sets - these are rebadged A4Tech models and are very good quality.

I've been using mine from the previous Silvercrest offer for around a year.

  birdface 20:21 26 Nov 2006

I understand that wireless keyboard + Mouse are not very popular, There have been a few problems on here lately,And the opinion of a few folk that used to have them would put me off purchacing one,I am hoping the man in the red suit will bring me one for Xmas,Will need to send him a letter to tell him what type to bring,

  Stuartli 20:25 26 Nov 2006

Wireless keyboards and mouse sets are very popular...:-)

But it's still wise to have a corded example of each in case you have any computer system problems......

  birdface 20:48 26 Nov 2006

Yes always better to have a standby, Like I said most of the problems on here lately were with wireless ones,And most of them with the same brand Logitech, And because they could not get thier mouse to work,They could not work there computers,So moral of story is have a spare one as a standby.

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