Originally Posted by Thaurin
But you go with what you like. I see merit in both systems. I'm not sure if I'd want to sit on my couch with a keyboard/mouse, but I'm willing to try that out sometime. That way having every game designed for the same gamepad and platform can be a positive if you like it that way!
Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Mouse
Ever want to use your computer mouse like a Wii controller? Instead of playing a boxing or tennis game like you would on Nintendo's console, the Logitech MX Air lets you sit back in a chair and command a computer with movements through the air. This sure beats hunching over to reach for a standard mouse or searching for a flat surface in the living room. On top of its capabilities for flight, the MX Air is also an adequate "grounded" mouse on your mouse pad. It boasts a laser sensor, sleek ambidextrous shape, and eight buttons.
The mouse was designed to resemble a living room device and not a computer peripheral. In the air, its contoured shape enables users to hold it like a remote control
Without a doubt, no other media center mouse is a better fit in the living room than Logitech's MX Air. It will complement other living room devices—not stick out like a sore thumb.
Which brings up headsets, any wireless solutions for that on PC?