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    Mini keyboards - Any use?

    Hey all

    I'm currently using an old Saitek Eclipse keyboard but it a touch on the large side for the computer desk we have, having to keep the keyboard slightly to the left makes it pretty uncomfortable to type on, fortunately gaming is not adversely affected

    Anyway, since I really like to type on the laptop I thought that one of these mini keyboards may help, save some space and be somewhat more comfortable to type on. I was thinking about one of these Cherry keyboards (http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Cherr...SB-11-20-Black).

    Anyone used one, are they any good? Are these Cherry ones any good? Any other recommendations?
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    Re: Mini keyboards - Any use?

    How small do you need it?

    The Logitech Ultra-Flat might be worth a look though it has a number pad on it which makes it a bit bigger. A bargain at £10 though. A review on Play puts it at about 40cm x 16cm. It's about the same price on Scan and £8 on ebuyer but no free delivery at that price obviously. Better pictures of it on ebuyer.

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    Re: Mini keyboards - Any use?

    I was thinking about a similar size to a laptop keyboard would be good. I like the looks of that Logitech, and they tend to knock out half decent kit so for a tenner Play.com can have it for the free delivery. Cheers for the pointer.
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