Cordless Keyboard and mouse

  [email protected]® 19:36 05 Jul 2005

I am sure people have asked this lots of times but can someone recommend a quality optical cordless keyboard and mouse bundle and where I would buy one. Also what in particular you look for, willing to pay £50-£70. Thanks

  [email protected]® 20:25 05 Jul 2005


  [email protected]® 21:06 05 Jul 2005


  De Marcus 21:21 05 Jul 2005

I can personally recommend this one click here

  De Marcus 21:24 05 Jul 2005

Oh forgot to mention, very comfortable to use once your used to the design

  [email protected]® 21:25 05 Jul 2005

Thanks De Marcus I had one like that before - I hated it!! Any more suggestions?

  De Marcus 21:32 05 Jul 2005

I was tempted by click here before I went for the MS one. Other than that why not try popping down to PCW and trying a few?

  Stuartli 21:51 05 Jul 2005

Both Aldi and Lidl regularly offer wireless keyboard and optical mouse sets for £19.99 - they are almost invariably rebranded products from the excellent A4Tech plant.

I got a SilverCrest offering a few weeks ago from Lidl (which has a similar link to the company in line with Aldi's Medion relationship) and the "Wireless Office Desktop Set" multi-function keyboard and very comfortable mouse are two of the latest A4Tech designs.

There were four Duracell batteries included and it is also Agilent enabled (see: click here)

SilverCrest is a German company (surprise, surprise) and its website is at:

click here

  Pooke 22:01 05 Jul 2005

Microsoft keyboard and mouse click here

  woodchip 22:02 05 Jul 2005

If you are up north TRADEX have wireless Keyboard Mouse and Web Cam £29

  De Marcus 22:04 05 Jul 2005

Whatever you buy, make sure it's comfortable ;-)

This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.

Elsewhere on IDG sites

Samsung Galaxy A8 review: Hands-on

Illustrator Juan Esteban Rodriguez on creating highly detailed official film posters for Star Wars…

iMac Pro review

Quelle est la meilleure application de podcast pour Android (2018) ?