0Télécommande Motorola NYXBoard QWERTYAu-delà de la distance clavier boxee

Pendant longtemps, j'ai cherché de l'idéal HTPC télécommande. Je veux une télécommande assez standard, mais avec un clavier QWERTY à l'arrière, ou à l'intérieur d'une pièce rabattable / coulissante. J'ai suivi les options dans [int­link id=“46” type=“post”]un art-icle de Jan-2010[/intlink], et j'ai finalement commandé une télécommande Boxee il y a quelques mois. Le boxee est un excellent clavier sans fil, mais malheu-reusement tu-, boxee ont choisi d'aller la "route Apple" (aka abêtis) du côté non-qwerty. Il y a un total de 7 mais cantons, non of which is a power but­ton. There is also no “back up” type but­ton. This makes the boxee pretty use­less for Media Cen­ter 7.I decided that if I was going to get yet anoth­er remote, I wanted it to offer addi­tion­al fea­tures, as well as address­ing the prob­lems with the boxee. The 2 most use­ful options are to be pro­gram­mable (i.e. uni­ver­sal) and to fea­ture an RF com­muni­ation to the PC, so it can be tucked away out of sight. The remote I was most inter­ested in is the Philips Home Con­trol Dual / uWand, but I can­’t find any­where to buy that in the Royaume-UniI’ve seen some pos­it­ive reviews of the Motorola NYXBoard and loc­ated a retail­er that ships to the Royaume-Uni£40 isn’t cheap for a remote con­trol, but the nyx­Board does offer both RF and uni­ver­sal­ity, as well as clearly hav­ing the required but­tons. I’ve ordered one, and am optim­ist­ic it will do the job. Its just a shame its a bit chunky, one of the nice things about the boxee remote is how slim and slick look­ing it is.

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