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Small and lightweight.
Auto shut off saves batteries up to 6 months.
Included travel/dustfree bag.
Easy to setup.
Num Lock option.
Two types of hand placement.
Good use of hotkeys.
Trackball didn't seem to work 100% at lower DPIs.
Left/Right click pressure.
No scroll wheel.
Poor typing area.
Trackball not quite as precise as a mouse.
Play control hot keys are easier to use when theyre on the side edges, rather than along the top.
No scroll wheel.
Slightly different layout than traditional keyboards.
By MadShrimps on January 22, 2010
Well I've been using this keyboard now for almost a month. The first days I was cursing and swearing. Not the keyboard's fault, but my brain couldn't adapt to the QWERTY layout. That's the curse of an aging reviewer. The keys feel pretty...
By Guru of 3D on November 07, 2009
So at the time of writing the Vidabox Premium Wireless keyboard comes at a price of roughly 60 USD. Though not cheap, it's not expensive either. The model you have been reading about today is the latest one, the keyboard has been around since 2007...
By APH Networks on November 01, 2008
It has been over half a year since we have last reviewed a keyboard. The last time being the APH Recommended Logitech MX5500 Revolution by Jonathan. In the past six months, things in the technology world has changed quite a bit -- for example, the...
By ThinkComputers on October 30, 2008
Overall this keyboard was very easy and pleasant to use. While using the keyboard I didnt come across any substantial problem with the keyboard. This is a quality keyboard from a company who might not be known by many. If the other HTPC products...
By techPowerUp! on October 29, 2008
The Vidabox Premium Wireless Keyboard is an absolute pleasure to work with while on a desk or on a sofa and would be a welcome addition to anyone using a HTPC. The keys are moderately light, responsive and easy to use no matter what position you find...
By Overclockers Club on October 19, 2008
Overall, the Premium Wireless keyboard is nicely designed for use as an HTPC keyboard. Its slim size and light-weight, make it ideal for placing on a couch or coffee table next to your media hub. As I mentioned before, the wireless range is...
By ExtremeTech on August 14, 2008
Vidabox improves upon an earlier model with several advancements, but the typing area will frustrate typists who arent hunt-and-peckers....
By cnet on November 29, 2007
Wed make a few minor design tweaks to the Vidabox Premium Wireless Keyboard with Optical Trackball, but for basic couch-based typing and cursor navigation, this is the best solution weve seen. Home-theater PC owners should give this a...
By ATrueReview on September 30, 2007
A Home Theater PC is a great concept not only because it allows us to enjoy all of the media stored on our computer in the comfort of the living room (through a home theater setup), but also because it allows us to enjoy basically everything that a...
By techPowerUp! on September 09, 2007
The VidaBox Premium Wireless Keyboard is compact, easy to set up and easy to use. The integrated optical trackball makes web site navigation easy, and the added Hot Keys provide quick access to common programs and media functions.One thing missing...
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