Originally Posted by yomama9388
If u must have a remote-style device, the Lenovo gets high marks for the price. They were on sale for $25 a few months back, but you probalby wont find it that low anytime soon.
I would stay way from the Rii. It's based on a generic design sold by many other 3rd party brands. A quick Amazon/Google search for 'bluetooth keyboard' would show this. Reviews are hit or miss. Adequate, but nothing spectacular. There's no comparison between a 30-foot radius to 6 feet connectivity. for this, bluetooth peripherals are superior to standard wireless keyboards/mice. Also, imagine typing/searching on a keyboard smaller than a netbooks'
For the money, I own and recommend Logitech's PS3 bluetooth keyboard:
Logitech MediaBoard Pro
Works great with Windows. You'll lose a few Windows-only buttons but nothing important.
Has an on/off switch. Battery lasts for months at a time. The touchpad is also good.
Retails for $60. I paid $20 on craigslist. You can find it for $40 almost anywhere.
I also own the Logitech DiNovo Edge, and it's pure HTPC sex.
The rechargeable docking station and illuminated keys are sweet features. This board is expensive at full price, but eB*y has it for $75-$90 shipped if u keep an eye out.
I've never tried the Dinovo Mini, but i would expect it to be the same top-notch quality as the full-sized Dinovo Edge.Edited by cozmo5050 - 2/19/11 at 8:38am