I also use the Ipazzport. works well but as mentioned, no function keys. It is small - fits comfortably in one hand.
I also have the Ipazzport. $18.48 shipped from dealextreme for the white! Touch pad works too!
It should work prior to the OS loading. Most wireless keyboards do not require drivers as the transponder decodes on the fly so the computer thinks its just a wired device.
I am running the Lenovo mini wireless keyboard and I like it, however I wish I would have seen the Rii before buying it.
Yes the Rii keyboard works prior to the OS. That was something I needed for my install.
is the one i use, but unfortunately, not use lol. i've gotten so used to the on screen keyboard that i hardly even pull the physical keyboard out anymore, it just seems to be of no use at all. i'm also selling it for much cheaper if anyone is interested =]
I am using a Keysonic ACK-340BT
This keyboard caught my eye: http://dsi-keyboards.com/wirelessmin...hpadmouse.aspx
Does anyone use one of these?? It has a KB (obviously), touchpad, and 9 hot keys.
Does this device eliminate the need for a space navigator, powermate, etc..??? I don't own a SN, so i can't comment.
I have two.
only use the keyboard from the package.
And one for the playstation
For quick use I have the playstation one in my centre compartment.
For more prolonged use (read stationary) I use the gyration one, which sits int basket behind the passenger seat.
For normal day to day use with a touchscreen and a good frontend OSK, no.
But then most systems are built on Windows, so you know it's going to screw up at some point and you are going to need a keyboard to rescue you.
As for mouse, I have a thumbmouse hidden in my ashtray.