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Sep 28, 2008
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DELL Keyboards?

Happy Holidays everyone,

I'm in need of a good price for cheap dell keyboards. Specifically, I'm looking for models such as the DELL 468-7408 Keyboard.

(i.e. this: http://www.keyboardgalaxy.com/showroom/1395.cfm)

Any suggestions would be much obliged.

Thanks.
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[OP]
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Sep 28, 2008
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I'm more interested in non-online sources (universities and businesses usually dispose of these things on a weekly basis).

Thanks for the Google link and the link to Dell Canada's webpage, though. Wouldn't have found it without your help.
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Cinatas wrote: Thanks for the Google link and the link to Dell Canada's webpage, though. Wouldn't have found it without your help.
I don't know what's so special about the specific keyboard model you want but I've bought brand new replacement keyboards directly from Dell for as little as $12. Why would you want to mess with a used one, even if it's free, when new ones are so cheap?
I'm more interested in non-online sources (universities and businesses usually dispose of these things on a weekly basis).
At the risk of more attitude, have you tried any of the computer/electronics recycling depots in the province? Since you now apparently seem to know all about Google, I'll let you use it to find them ;)
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Aug 29, 2004
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Cinatas wrote: Happy Holidays everyone,

I'm in need of a good price for cheap dell keyboards. Specifically, I'm looking for models such as the DELL 468-7408 Keyboard.

(i.e. this: http://www.keyboardgalaxy.com/showroom/1395.cfm)

Any suggestions would be much obliged.

Thanks.
Is there a reason why you need a Dell keyboard while any USB keyboard will work? Such as http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_ ... _id=034303

If you must have a Dell you can try a surplus spot such as http://www.a1parts.com/
[OP]
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Sep 28, 2008
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bylo wrote: I don't know what's so special about the specific keyboard model you want but I've bought brand new replacement keyboards directly from Dell for as little as $12. Why would you want to mess with a used one, even if it's free, when new ones are so cheap?

At the risk of more attitude, have you tried any of the computer/electronics recycling depots in the province? Since you now apparently seem to know all about Google, I'll let you use it to find them ;)
Since you provided a website that will google things for me, I should be fine. Thanks :) .

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