- Licensed for Wii to ensure both design and technical compatibility.
- 2.4 GHz wireless technology allows you to easily enter text on the Wii Internet Channel and in chat-oriented games from up to 30 feet away from the console.
- Wii system keys make navigation simple with dedicated buttons for Zoom In/Out, Forward/Back, Quit, and OK.
- Easy setup. Just plug in the receiver and the keyboard works instantly.
- Compact, slim design blends into living room settings ¿ it¿s easy to store but has full-size keys for comfortable typing.
Logitech Wii Cordless Keyboard Description
Compact, slim design blends into living room settings ¿ it¿s easy to store but has full-size keys for comfortable typing…
Reviews By D. Jackson : Date January 14, 2009
I can’t understand why Logitech advertises this solely as a Wii product. It works flawlessly as a PC keyboard as well!
I searched quite a while for a light, compact, easy-to-stow-away wireless keyboard for my home theater media center PC. Every one I found was the same old thing; big standard keyboard, with a mouse, with a big receiver, etc.
Finally I stumbled across this little guy; small, light stylish, keyboard only, and a tiny USB receiver half the size of a pack of chewing gum.
But… the packaging listed support only for the Wii. Wii required!, it said, in big, bold, scary letters.
Well friends, I’m here to tell you that it does *not* require a Wii! it works *perfectly* with my 32-bit Windows XP home install.
Reviews By D. Williams : Date October 27, 2008
This wireless keyboard is great! Small, slim, fits nicely on my lap. Lightweight, but seems pretty durable. Typing on it is fine (and, obviously, much faster than using the Wii remote). Looks great, too, matching the Wii and other accessories.
Set-up was a snap — put in 2 AA cells (included), plug the wireless receiver into the Wii’s USB, flip a switch on the bottom to turn it on. I have two Wii’s in adjacent rooms, and the two keyboards do not interfere with each other.
A bit pricy, but I feel it’s worth it.
Reviews By V. Ketenbrink : Date February 16, 2009
If you spend a lot of time surfing the net with your Wii, then this keyboard can save time. It has some nice features, such as, zooming and paging up/down/sideways, and there is a place on the bottom of the keyboard to store the usb wireless attachment if you don’t want to leave it in the Wii. Keep in mind, the Wii remote is still required much like a mouse or scroll pad etc. I gave this product 4 stars instead of 5 stars, because: 1. price 2. no built-in pointing device/mouse/scroll pad 3. doesn’t work with all Wii applications 4. doesn’t include any information about the function keys…, but the product is made solid and feels comfortable, and definitely makes surfing more enjoyable.