I picked up a Logitech Revue and IO Gear 2.4ghz Wireless, unfortunately I think I'm going to be sending them both back.
First the Revue keyboard...
*Weight, size, ergonomics, button placement, and trackpad are near perfect. Seriously I think this is the best keyboard I have ever used.
*USB dongle is almost invisible when pluged in, compared to the Dinovo dongle which is always in the way.
*Not designed for the PC. Most of the buttons still have some function tho, except there are no function keys which could be a pain in the long run. The deal breaker for me is that the FF and skip forward buttons are combined, and the skip function does not work with a PC at all. I use skip forward and back all the time to skip commercials.
*Has some buttons to control AVR/TV/DVR via Harmony technology. But it turns out the IR emitter is on the GoogleTV/Revue unit, so these buttons have no function on a PC. Too bad, I really hope Logitech comes out with a PC based version of this keyboard.
*None of the bluetooth flakiness I get with the Dinovo edge.
For the IO Gear...
* Better wireless range than either of Logitech keyboards.
* Keys are all bunched together which makes it really hard to feel for the right key in the dark. The >,||, >>, <<, >>|, etc keys are really small and packed together. Ergonomics need some work on this one.
* Trackball is usable, but not great. The trackpad on the dinovo edge is nothing to write home about tho.
* Nice value for the money.
* I've been having persistent problems with the bluetooth connection, resulting in the routine of plugging/unplugging the dongle, syncing the keyboard, charging the keyboard, resetting machine, etc until I get it to sync up again.
*stupid, stupid charging station that doesn't allow you to use the keyboard while it's charging. They could probably cut the price in half on this keyboard by switching to AA's, and cut the weight in half as well.
*Small circular trackpad that works, but isn't as good as even the trackpad on a $300 netbook.
* Too big, too expensive. But I already own it, and it's hard to say either of the others have any advantage over this keyboard. Maybe I need to try the PS3 mediaboard? I can't stand mini keyboards, I end up doing too much typing at the HTPC, even just for searching on netflix or through shows I've recorded.