Why be tethered to your Wii when the rest of your controllers are free to swing about and fly around your living room? Logic 3's 32-key wireless keyboard lets you enter in names, messages and Wii Friend Codes like an expert, not a spastic ten-year-old swatting at invisible flies. It's £13.99 ($27) when it's released July 18 in the UK. [Twenga]
If Nintendo would release a firmware update that could "sense" when you had a keyboard plugged in, and thus cancel out the fullscreen-keys-display, I'd get a real keyboard and use the Wii for intarwebs goodness all the time. The way the software works now, this seems like a decent little addon. Hmmm..... more little white peripherals to jam into the end table?