If you use a PC running Windows XP Media Center Edition as your home media hub, you’ve probably either already acquired a wireless keyboard of some type or wished you had more than once. I’ve had several and recently switched to Microsoft’s Remote Keyboard for Windows XP Media Center Edition (say that five times fast), hereafter referred to as “the MCE keyboard.”
Some pros and cons:
As you can see, from my vantage point, the pros far outnumber the cons, so it has replaced my previous MCE keyboard. I think MS got this one mostly right. I don’t have a regular keyboard plugged up to the machine anymore because the machine is dedicated (more or less) to its media hub role, and I haven’t really missed things like having a ScrLck key or the ability to use the keyboard before Windows loads.