Adesso Unveils WKB-4200UB Wireless Keyboard with Hotkeys, Touchpad

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Pyrophorics

Hrm, thats pretty darn similar to the Logitech diNovo Edge ... which happens to get a month of battery life and virtually flawless reception at a higher cost though. Still, I like my Edge better.

 

http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/keyboards/keyboard/devices/192&cl=us,en

 

 

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Jasker

I've been looking here and there for a wireless keyboard I could use on my laptop when it's plug into my TV.  Unfortunately most of these Adesso Wireless RF boards get rather poor reviews on the Egg.

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NicciAdonai

My PC is plugged into my HDTV all the time, and aside from the price this looks perfect. Is there anything else out there that would let me use my computer from the couch without a separate mouse? This thing is almost half the price of a netbook.

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Its_Not_Me

I have the K400, it's a bit overkill on the plastic
look and feel, but is about $40 and seems to work
great.

Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400
http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/wireless-touch-keyboard-k400r?crid=26

I also bought the very sturdy TK820, lots of metal,
good build quality (compared to K400) but it's close
to $100; and I like the K400 better because it has
buttons under the trackpad (note how the TK820 is
trackpad only, no "mouse" buttons underneath)

Logitech Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820
http://www.logitech.com/en-us/product/wireless-all-in-onekeyboard-tk820?crid=26

I recommend the K400. Its quality (despite the plastic)
has been good enough. And since this thing is always
being passed around and handled a lot, I can by 2 for
the price of one TK820, were it to break. The K400 is
pleasantly light, easily held by the edge by one hand,
and has held up well; and the "mouse" buttons under the
K400 trackpad mean everybody knows how to use it (I had
to tell everyone how to single/doubletap the trackpad
when I had the high-end TK820 hooked up).

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