It’s that niche–the living room input device–that the new GlideTV Navigator is designed to fill. The wireless pointing device is a disembodied trackpad flanked by a handful of backlit buttons, including volume and playback controls, as well as dedicated enter, back, and escape keys. The $149 package includes a charging cradle and a USB receiver. While the Navigator is compatible with Windows PCs, Macs, and the PS3, GlideTV’s on-screen keyboard application will only be available for Windows.
Or you could get a Logitech diNovo Mini for less money and get a keyboard? Will hold full judgment until we get to review this beast.