Finally.. as we already know that people often surf the internet using their Wii consoles, now logitech has finally announced their newest product for Nintendo Wii..!! Finally! now people may no longer having a hard time in typing things and stuff on the net. Now we'll definitely be helped..!!^^ Logitech so far have helped PS3, XBOX, PC gaming, PS2, and PSP.. So it's not impossible that they may turn their sight to the world's most wanted console.. Nintendo Wii rocks!!
Logitech has released a keyboard compatible with the Wii. It will run you about 15 bucks.
According to Tech Gadgets:
“We are pleased to have Logitech’s support and be able to bring yet another keyboard compatible with the Nintendo Wii console,” George Harrison, Nintendo of America’s senior vice president of marketing and corporate communications is quoted as saying.
“Logitech is the perfect partner to support Wii gamers who want to optimize their Wii experience,” he added.
and here's an article from nintendo-europe:
10 October, 2007- Logitech today announced that its Logitech® Classic Keyboard 200, a full-sized USB keyboard, is compatible with Nintendo’s popular Wii home video game system.
“We are delighted that Logitech is supporting Wii and are very excited in Europe to bring another compatible keyboard to Wii owners” comments Laurent Fischer, European Managing Director of Marketing & PR. “Logitech is the perfect partner to bring Wii owners yet another experience, maximizing their enjoyment and usage of the Wii console.”
“Wii has infused the gaming community with tremendous new energy,” said Bruce Lancaster, vice president of Logitech’s gaming business unit. “And the Logitech Classic Keyboard 200 adds value to the exciting Wii experience. Now consumers can enjoy the advantages of having a keyboard to help them manage their Wii Message Board and enter text in the Wii Internet Channel.”
Ready for immediate use, the plug-and-play Classic Keyboard 200 offers people the advantages of a compact form factor and low-profile keys. Ideal for use in the living room, the Classic Keyboard 200 features a spill-resistant design; if a gamer does spill water or coffee, for example, on the keyboard during the heat of competition, a carefully designed drainage system prevents the hardware from being damaged under most circumstances.
The Classic Keyboard 200 will work with Wii systems that have been updated to the latest Wii Menu, version 3.1. Users can perform this update by selecting the “ Wii System Update” button in the Wii Settings menu.
The Logitech Classic Keyboard 200 is expected to be available in Europe and the U.S. beginning in November.
Monday, October 15, 2007
Posted by Graviron at 10:49 PM