During this week's E3, Logitech introduced a new wireless keyboard for the Nintendo Wii. In light of Nintendo's new voice-peripheral device, the WiiSpeak, the keyboard contributes to the system's user communications by allowing an easier way of chatting, browsing and perhaps even searching for games via the WiiWare.
“Our new keyboard helps families experience the Internet in the living room – and it will make chatting with online friends simple in popular games, such as Animal Crossing," said by Logitech's Director of Marketing Ruben Mookerjee. The keyboard also supports zoom in/out, forward/back and Quit/OK functions to enhance the Wii browser experience. The mini-receiver plugs into your console and connects via a 2.4ghz wireless signal. The device will be available in August for $49.99.