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Topic # 87489 29-Jul-2011 21:31
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As the subject states, I'm trying to find somewhere that I can buy a wireless keyboard with both English and Russian (cyrillic) characters.

If anyone has any suggestions (other than to print the letters and glue them on) it'd be appreciated.


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  Reply # 499592 29-Jul-2011 21:32
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  Reply # 499593 29-Jul-2011 21:34
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I've tried, but haven't been able to find a normal-sized, wireless model that's in stock.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 499598 29-Jul-2011 21:45
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The amazon link links to an unavailable product.

I just realised that there are wireless models on the other site. Somehow I missed them earlier. I'd prefer to find something for a bit less than $USD 70 + shipping though.

Also, I forgot the most important criteria, which is that it has to work reliably at a distance of 4 metres.

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  Reply # 499635 30-Jul-2011 01:02
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I guess that's an option, but I'll leave that as a last resort.

I've actually managed to find a keyboard I think would be great:
http://www.a4tech.ru/products/keyboard/wireless/gl-5300/
http://www.a4tech.ru/products/keyboard/wireless/7600n/

Now I just need to find a store that'll ship it to New Zealand.

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