Logitech Cordless MediaBoard Pro for PS3
Released October, 2007
The Pros:Range is pretty good, can be as far as 50 feet away if you want. Glossy black with chrome strip compliments the PS3 itself. X and O button mapping to Enter and Esc keys is handy and intuitive.
The Cons:Power button is slick and difficult to use. No Start button is built in, but you NEED to hit Start to purchase items from the Playstation Store. Missing a PS button, which is used all the time.
The Logitech Cordless MediaBoard Pro for PS3 is a cordless keyboard designed for the Playstation 3 computer entertainment system and Bluetooth-enabled PCs. It’s geared to provide PS3 users with an improved experience while navigating, managing accounts, text messaging, and surfing the net.
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Featured is a full-sized keyboard in addition to an integrated touchpad and dedicated media keys. What’s missing however are PS3-centric buttons like Circle, Square, Cross, Triangle, etc. In fact, calling up the address part requires hitting the Start button on the PS3 controller, which critics find quite annoying. As of mid 2010, however, the Logitech Cordless MediaBoard Pro for PS3 was the only Sony-certified and cordless keyboards for the PS3, though it’s not in fact a true PS3 keyboard.
- Cordless PS3 Keyboard
- Slim/Lightweight Design
- Full-Sized Keyboard
- Integrated Touchpad
- PC Media Controls
- Works with PS3s, PCs, Macs
- Wireless 2.4GHz RF Technology
- USB Dongle (30’ Range)
- One-Touch Scrolling
- No PS3-Centric Buttons
- 1-Year Limited Warranty
- Part Number: PN 968011-0403
- Compatibility: PS 3, PCs, MACs
- Bluetooth: 2.0+EDR (30’ Range)
- USB: 2.0
- Batteries: 2 AA (200Hrs)
- Warranty: 1-Year Limited
User Reviews (1)
range is pretty good, can be as far as 50 feet away if you want
glossy black with chrome strip compliments the PS3 itself
X and O button mapping to Enter and Esc keys is handy and intuitive
touchpad is even easier to use for navigation of the PlayStation Store than an actual controller D-pad
just need to pair it up once with the PS3 and never have to do it again
power button is slick and difficult to use
no Start button is built in, but you NEED to hit Start to purchase items from the Playstation Store
missing a PS button, which is used all the time
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