Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless MediaBoard Pro
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Works pretty well so far.
29 May 2012
Summary: This works pretty nicely with the ps3. After initial connection, it does reconnect quite automatically which is nice. My keyboard and ear-piece for my Motorola photon can be a pain to reconnect. The on off button isn't to difficult.
Summary: I got the DiNovo edge to replace my Mediaboard Pro. Well worth the extra money to me.
Pros: Made for the PS3, it is best used with a PS3 but it will work with tablets, TVs, etc. If all you want is a KB for chatting or controlling media this one is great for that. If your looking for one for gaming I would say to look at other options. Great battery life but make sure you get the exact s...
Cons: Loud keystrokes & the keys had a heavy sticky feel to them. The touch is functional at best. Looks & feels like a $20 keyboard. Although I never had any problems with it & nothing on it ever broke in the 2 1/2 yrs I had mine, the look & feel always bothered me.
Summary: I've been using this keyboard for a little under two years with my PS3/HTPC set up. This review is mainly for people looking to use this as their primary HTPC keyboard. If you plan to use your keyboard on your lap on the couch regularly, then this one is a great design.
Summary: i've had this keyboard for a year or so. i have a ps3 and computer hooked up to the tv, so it's great to have a wireless keyboard with the trackpad. i had to buy a cheap bluetooth adapter for my HP pavilion PC to use the keyboard.
Summary: I've been a fan of Logitech products for over 15 years. So I bought this board sight-unseen, without even reading a review. I probably would have picked a different model had I spent a couple minutes with one first. It isn't an awful keyboard, but definitely not great.
Summary: It's a ok keyboard, but love the Bluetooth technology. Only wish it had L1, L2, R1 & R2 dedicated keys just like the PS3 control and it was rechargable. Thinking about returning, cause you still need the controller to surf the web.
Summary: Keyboard works ok, but it is REALLY, REALLY lame that Logitech didn't include the L1,L2,R1,R2,etc keys...which are critical for proper zooming of the Internet Browser. This means that you have to have the controller or remote control nearby as well for basic navigation.
Summary: First of all, it's not a game, as the review questions suggest. It's just a bluetooth keyboard designed for a PS3. I bought it to use with my entertainment system PC, which is in the living room. My couch is about 15ft from the PC and my 52inch flat screen(being used as a monitor).
Pros: Works good on the PS3 is alot easier than trying to Text message or using the controller to punch in each letter. Serves it's purpose I guess.
Cons: Light weight means flimsy. space bar popped off when taking the keyboard out of the box. On two different times, the keyboard locked up and would not function, I had to uninstall and reinstall, this fixed the problem but is a pain when you are on the internet, have to log out with the controller ...