Saw this in my local woolies (Point Cook VIC). Dunno if it is a “ozbargain” but there’s definitely value here for what it is.
Sonic seems like a good brand, anyone used this before?
ProductReviews aren't positive
And it's been as cheap as $14.
its just a cheap keyboard and mouse at rrp. plenty of others under $25.
Why buy sonic when you can buy tonic?
Better than Aldi?
No way Rapoo is at least a well known and long standing budget keyboard.
That's also a nice compact keyboard without sacrificing the numpad
No way you can work on that keyboard….
This one has bluetooth and 2.4ghz wireless. It's much better than the sonic.
Aldi one works very well.
your better off getting a cheap logitech or Microsoft setup.
I believe sir, you live in opposite world.
This is cheaper & much better value imho. https://www.centrecom.com.au/rapoo-x1800s-wireless-keyboard-...
Seems to be RRP based on the tag, and the comments, not to mention the reviews…
Picked one up a few weeks back for 1/2 price @ $12.50. I'm ok with my purchase at that price, but wouldn't pay $25.
This is the junkiest stuff you can buy and they want $25? Tell 'em they're dreamin'!
You can get a Logitech wireless combo for only $4 more:
I'll second that one. It has also dropped to $14 @ OW in the past, and I always grab a couple when it does. They're just the right size for dropping in a 14/15" laptop bag or back pack,, the receiver fits in the mouse for transport, about as small as you get while stilll having a usable number pad and seperate cursor keys and my current one has gone 2 years being used for gaming with just the losss of one support clip and the occassional miss on the left mouse button when the battery is low. The batteries las 3-5 months easily even without bothering with the power switch when not in use.
The only drawbacks are no number/scroll lock light [Caps lock only] and a small non-L enter key.
Wow … I stand corrected. It doesn’t seem to be a deal with value.
I based my assumptions on the fact I purchased a Bluetooth mouse only for $30 from OW at the beginning of COVID.
Thanks for the input all 👍
No harm, no foul; that's what the votes are for.
Don't confuse Bluetooth which is usually more expensive with wireless.
Good on you for trying, and not taking negative votes personally; lots of new people get defensive, and this was your L plates post.
All good :)
If it was the J Burrows brand, that's a solid Bluetooth mouse, and $30 is a sensible price for it.
Just FYI, no-name stuff can be a bargain if it's extremely cheap, but not at RRP. In fact, the only time RRP seems to be acceptable around here is when the item is in short supply.