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Tenkeyless keyboard thats wireless?

looking for a tenkeyless keyboard thats wireless (UK). What price should I be thinking and has anyone got any suggestions?

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Depends on what you want. Do you want mechanical or membrane, backlighting or none? 

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I know this isn't what you asked for but I really wouldn't recommend a wireless keyboard. If you don't completly hate cables it isn't worth it because yeah pay more and get less. But if you want one anyways you can just use such a wireless thingy where you plug both cables in and then it is some sort of wireless. 

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There's corsair k63 wireless, though... I've seen keycap issues on it so I'm not sure if I recommend buying it unless you're forking out for custom keycaps

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27 minutes ago, 8-Bit Ninja said:

Depends on what you want. Do you want mechanical or membrane, backlighting or none? 

Backlighting, mechanical. Don't care too much about what switches 

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27 minutes ago, Nichtdu said:

I know this isn't what you asked for but I really wouldn't recommend a wireless keyboard. If you don't completly hate cables it isn't worth it because yeah pay more and get less. But if you want one anyways you can just use such a wireless thingy where you plug both cables in and then it is some sort of wireless. 

I kinda want to get the amount of wires visible in my setup down, one of the reasons i want to upgrade my keyboard. and I also want to upgrade from membrane 

 

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1 hour ago, Ja2016 said:

I kinda want to get the amount of wires visible in my setup down, one of the reasons i want to upgrade my keyboard. and I also want to upgrade from membrane 

 

Backlit, mechanical wireless keyboards are few and far between. All the ones I've seen have some serious trade-offs or are ridiculously priced. I get the fewer wires, I've gone wireless mouse's and headset but no matter how much I looked could not find a solid wireless keyboard. If you really hate wires my suggestion would be to buy a nice mechanical keyboard with a detachable usb cable, then buy a right angled (but facing down) usb cable and then drill a hole though your desk and get some cable hooks to hide it under your desk. 

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3 hours ago, Ja2016 said:

tenkeyless keyboard thats wireless

 

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Velocifire has wireless keyboards that have backlighting and mechanical switches. I use a Velocifire VM02WS (which is their full-sized model) and its been great. When I game I will still plug it in, but most of the time I use in in wireless mode (which is 2.4GHz, not Bluetooth). Velocifire has the TKL02WS that you might want to check out...

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