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    Senior Member DanielOliver's Avatar
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    I'm currently looking for a wireless keyboard. I thought I would ask on here first before I jumped straight in a bought one, to see what you guys recommend.

    I live in the UK so obviously that would help.

    I found a few here are the following address's One
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    What do you guys make of them?
    Are there other you would suggest instead?

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    One that they use at my school are Logitech ones.
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    The two that people choose with extreme prejudice are Logitech's and Microsoft's. While I very much avoid wireless peripherials because I find them pointless in a desktop environment, I would opt for a Microsoft peripheral any day. My MS Multimedia Keyboard and MS Intellimouse Explorer are absolutely excellent. My two Logitech mice (one optical, one not) and my Logitech Wingman Extreme Digital 3D were absolutely horrible, namely the scroll wheels simply never working properly on the mice, and the joystick falling apart over time (the hat wouldn't point down, for one).
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    Well I've had multiple Wireless Logitech Keyboards and mice, and they've always worked great. I personally have a wireless keyboard so that I can slap my keyboard up on top of my monitor so that I can place food on my desk or put my feet up while watching video.
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    MS hardware works very well
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    I just bought the Logitech Wireless MX Duo (keyboard and mouse), after owning Logitech's previous wireless keyboard and mouse set. I'm very pleased with the new hardware, and I never had a problem with Logitech. It's easy to use, and the buttons on the mouse are pretty well placed.

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    I am having trouble finding a decent prices Microsoft keyboard that ships to the UK that is the only problem.

    I have found some cheap ones but only in the USA and I imagine the shipping cost cancels out the amount you are saving.

    I am looking for something around 50.

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    http://www.micom.co.uk/info.php?partno=KEYLOGCL-D

    http://www.micom.co.uk/info.php?partno=KEYLOGCL-O

    These two seem fairly good? Any Ideas?

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    They seem pretty good, but they are quite expensive, the first one I prefer.
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    I just recently bought this Labtec wireless duo and so far I love it.
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