nV News deed onderzoek naar de kwaliteiten van de draadloze iTouch tikplank van Logitech. Dit klavier is uitgevoerd in een normale niet-gespleten layout en geeft gebruikers de beschikking over een emmer met handige extra functietoetsen:
So, what makes the iTouch a cyber-blessing? Well, for one it has (gasp) useful rubberized buttons that don't rattle when you type. Buttons such as Play, Pause, Stop, Fast Forward, Rewind, Volume Up/Down, and Mute. Now, you're asking, "Why the heck should I want VCR controls on my keyboard when I can buy a Compaq Presario covered in the same useless buttons?". Well, two things. One, you can control just about any kind of media: DVD playback, MP3 audio players, PC sound card output, and Audio CD playback. Multimedia Buttons
Secondly, Compaq has the misguided concept that these buttons should be placed on the monitor or chassis. Now, why the heck should I lean forward to the display or down/across to the PC's case to adjust an often-accessed control? Logitech was wise to place them on a wireless device – imagine that; watching a DVD movie and leaning back in your leather office chair with the Cordless iTouch in your lap. Heck, a late-night chat on ICQ leaning back, with your 21" monitor set to 640x480 so you can type ten feet away.
I must admit, there have been countless other keyboards with similar controls on them, but none have been wireless nor have had less than twelve buttons.