Wireless keyboard and mouse setup

  Electronic_Eric 17:05 30 Mar 2013


I want to purchase a wireless keyboard and mouse setup for my laptop but with a lack of keyboards and mice on display for you to feel and try out, i'm struggling to find what i want.

I would like the keyboard to feel like a laptop's/Mac's keyboard when typing or as close as possible. I would like the keyboard to have the numeric pad on the right. I would also like a couple of shortcut keys. Eg to start/stop, skip tracks.

I would like the mouse to be a standard size. I would like the mouse to have a scroll wheel. I don't have any interest in a mouse with too many buttons. A friends mouse has 7 additional buttons not including the left+right buttons and the scroll wheel button. To me this is too many buttons for a mouse.

Does anyone recommended me a setup that is what i'm looking for or similar?

Cheers for any help in advance.

  Taff™ 09:58 31 Mar 2013

Try Maplins. They usually have keyboards/mice on display and although not connected to a computer you can get touchy feeley! Their staff are very receptive to opening up a box so you can as well.

  The Kestrel 11:24 31 Mar 2013

If you have a local Staples branch, they too have keyboards and mice on display so that you can see and feel them.

  HondaMan 16:07 03 Apr 2013

I use Logitech. a http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/product/wireless-illuminated-keyboard-k800?crid=26 keyboard and a http://www.logitech.com/en-gb/product/performance-mouse-mx?crid=7 mouse both wireless using one unifying receiver. No problems whatsoever. It would certainly work on your system

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