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       Bluetooth keyboard for WDTV Live Gen 3, Search for real working wireless keyboard
    fzkap
    post Feb 12 2012, 02:43 PM
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    Folks,

    I've just got my WDTV LIVE Gen 3 and everything looks OK. I've tried to connect a regular USB-based keyboard to my device and it works fine.
    But I don't want to have the wired connection over my living room.
    Does anybody has REAL experience using Bluetooth (or other wireless) keyboard with WDTV LIVE Gen 3?

    Thank you for advance.
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    post Feb 13 2012, 01:06 AM
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    didn't know there was bluetooth on the WDTV, have though used a couple of different logitech wireless USB keyboards.
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    fzkap
    post Feb 13 2012, 04:44 AM
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    Actually WDTV doesn't have a bluetooth module...
    My question is about the keyboard which has a usb-based dongle.
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    post Mar 7 2012, 11:27 PM
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    I use a cheap wireless keyboard with my WDTV SMP. It came with a USB dongle (very small) that I plug into a USB splitter box which allows me to also have a USB HDD plugged into the same port on the WDTV as the keyboard. The WDTV will only accept one HDD per USB port, therefore a maximum of 2 HDD's total on "local" connection but it will recognize a keyboard + 2 HDD's when connected this way.

    btw... this also worked with my WDTV Live before I upgraded to the SMP...
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