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[Affiliates News] VidaBox Premium Wireless HTPC Media Center Keyboard
Posted by newsbot on November 16th 2008



It has been over half a year since we last reviewed akeyboard, the last time being the APH Recommended Logitech MX5500 Revolutionby Jonathan. During the past six months, things in the technology world havechanged quite a bit -- for example, the introduction of the dual core IntelAtom 330, increasingly common usage of Mini ITX boards, and in general,low(er) cost computing products. Such products have lead to the creation ofNettop computers; a range of computers that are not only value oriented, butalso features a low running cost. Products built around Atom processors arealso propagating the market quickly -- from the Asus Eee Box to the ShuttleX27. Such computers are great for home theater PC setups if you're not aftersomething like 1080p Blu-ray decoding. Speaking of HTPCs, it's interestinghow computers are becoming more and more popular in the living room. Combinedwith such features built right into various editions of common operatingsystems, affordable computing hardware (Even if it's not a Nettop unit,excellent performing parts are readily available at very reasonable prices),and a large collection of peripherals to go with it in the market today,making it your weekend DIY project shouldn't be much of a luxury or challengeanymore. Okay, let's get to the point. Today, we'll be reviewing the VidaBoxPremium Wireless HTPC Media Center Keyboard. To be honest, I have never heardof VidaBox prior to this review. A quick visit to their website indicatesthat they have a ton of interesting home theater product, this keyboard isonly one of many. Let's see how this keyboard that's made primarily for hometheater computers works out. And not to mention that it has the uber hardcoregood ol' trackball.

View article at aphnetworks.com



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