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Topic # 87889 9-Aug-2011 21:05
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In the market for a new keyboard, but haven't bought one in a long time.

Had a look on ascent and mightyape and surprised how many there are to choose from.  

Anyone have a recommendation on a good value for money keyboard?

Don't want to spend too much, but would like to have a few features, like maybe backlit.

So far this is my first choice: http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/Microsoft-Sidewinder-X4-Keyboard/4718720/ 

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  Reply # 504080 9-Aug-2011 21:26
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Not backlit, but I like the Logitech MK320. Not too expensive, great battery life, and good quality look and feel.




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  Reply # 504082 9-Aug-2011 21:39
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+1 for Logitech

Cant go wrong :)

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  Reply # 504144 10-Aug-2011 07:23
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double check whether the insert/delete/home/end/pgup/pgdn buttons are in the orientation you're after.
Nothing worse than having to use one where they are aligned vertically. hate that so much.

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  Reply # 504146 10-Aug-2011 08:10
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Ive got a Logitech Ultra flat and love it, basic and small :) I use it for everything including gaming.

http://www.logitech.com/en-nz/keyboards/keyboard/devices/177

Approx $40




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