We've been covering some newer products lately that are aiming at a new niche market, the HTPC. Today's offering also falls into that category, but may also be desirable to a wider market segment. Specifically, we will be taking a look at a wireless keyboard. While created for the home entertainment arena, I can see many who would find this type of product more than just a little interesting.
nMedia is a company created in 2004 with the firm desire to address the entertainment center market group. We have recently taken a look at one of their HTPC enclosures and it fared well. Of course, past accolades won't have any bearing on today's article.
So kick your heels up and enjoy as we take a look at what has the potential of being a very nice addition to not only a HTPC system, but even your own personal rig as well.
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