The Mini Controller from Logitech is a compact wireless keyboard that can be used to control the Revue with Google TV. The wireless remote, which connects to the Revue via the advanced wireless Unifying Technology system, features a compact keyboard, a dual-mode touch pad, backlit keys, and a rechargeable battery. It features a clamshell cover that close to protect it when not in use.
Made for Google TV
The Logitech Mini Controller was designed specifically for Google TV systems, giving you the dedicated commands you need to search, control, and interact with videos from TV and the web, all from your keyboard.
Put your text messaging skills to use with the easy-to-use palm-sized keyboard. You'll have a fast and convenient way to enter text, so it's easy to search for and find things to watch.
You can not only use your Mini Controller with Logitech Revue but also control your TV, receiver and cable or satellite set-top box. With basic commands -- including Play, Pause, Rewind, and Fast Forward -- you don't need to pick up another remote to switch channels, change the volume, or control videos when you're using it with Logitech Revue.
Dual-Mode Touch Pad
No mouse? No problem. The space-saving design works as both a touch pad and a directional pad, making it easy to navigate websites and other online content without a mouse.
With an illuminated keypad, you'll be able to find the keys you're looking for, even in the dark. To make things easier still, the backlighting color changes depending on the mode you're in: green for navigation, orange for typing and pointing.
The rechargeable Li-Ion battery can go up to two weeks between charges, so you won't be caught without power when you want to watch TV.
Since everyone has a different living room configuration, the Mini Controller has a reliable, long-range connection with virtually no delays or dropouts.
Logitech Unifying technology makes it easy to add other accessories. The tiny wireless receiver allows you to connect up to six compatible wireless devices, such as a keyboard or mouse, without adding another receiver.
Logitech Revue or other Google TV-based smart TV system