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Which has better range: Logitech Bluetooth keyboards or ATI All In Wonder Remote?

Discussion in 'ATI' started by gaikokujinkyofusho, Nov 17, 2005.

  1. Hi, I am in the market for a new keyboard/mouse and was looking at
    Logitech's bluetooth desktops. I also want to get a remote since I use
    my computer as my media center (not I don't have MS media center
    installed). One of the Logitech keyboards has a detachable remote
    which would be handy and probably all I need but I am worried about
    range, I would like to be able to control it from another room (I live
    in a medium sized apartment) and I get the impression that the ATI
    remote will do that. Has anyone out there used one or both of these
    setups? Any help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated!



    Here are links to the ATI remote and the Logitech keyboards
    gaikokujinkyofusho, Nov 17, 2005
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  2. gaikokujinkyofusho

    J. Clarke Guest

    Bluetooth is deliberately designed to be short range, however my Logitech
    Bluetooth keyboard works fine in every room in my house (I just tried it).
    It's a small house though, metal-lath plaster on wood frame, so YMMV.

    I don't really like the ATI remote very much--it works fine with ATI MMC but
    it's not all that happy otherwise in my experience. The Logitech DiNovo
    has some degree of functionality with everything I've thrown at it.
    J. Clarke, Nov 17, 2005
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  3. gaikokujinkyofusho

    Newbury Guest

    There is always the option to add an extender. I have one I picked up at
    radio shack that works on every remote I have. There is even an external
    antenna that can be added to extend the range of the extender.

    Newbury, Nov 17, 2005
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