A company called TVersity has decided that they will allow users to download the pro version of their software for free with no license or trial limit. They only ask if you like the software buy it, if not, thanks for trying.
There is no activation of any kind required, and there are no license keys. Simply enter your email address below to download the software. You can try it as long as you need to make a decision (within reason) and if you decide to keep using it please pay for the license.
Yes you read that correctly, we give you access to the full version of the software with no expiration or limitation of any kind, and we put our trust in you to purchase a license when you finish your trial period and become a user.
If TVersity ever changes its policy and license keys will be enacted, you will automatically receive one via email.
Logitech has annouced their wireless Wii keyboard but will it be all that useful?
Today, people are using the Nintendo Wii to play games as well as communicate using the
Wii™ Internet Channel. The Logitech Cordless Keyboard for Wii – licensed by Nintendo® –
makes communicating, sharing, and exploring the online world from your couch easier than ever
by simplifying text input in the Wii Internet Channel as well as in online, chat-oriented games. Key Features
Officially licensed by Nintendo to ensure you get both design and technical compatibility.
Wii system keys make your navigation simple with dedicated buttons for Zoom
In/Out, Forward/Back, Quit, and OK.
2.4 GHz wireless technology allows you to easily enter text on the Wii Internet Channel and
in chat-oriented games from up to 30 feet away from the console.
Compact, slim design blends into your living room and it’s easy to store.
Full-size keys ensure you will be typing comfortably.
Easy setup lets you plug in the receiver and the keyboard works instantly.
I know I don’t speak for everyone but I believe I speak for the majority when I say my Wii is collecting a lot of dust at the moment. I play it occasionally, and when friends are over it’s a great party station but it’s not really the kind of station that I would consider needing a keyboard. Sure it would help with the internet channel, if I ever used it, it might also help if any of the games included a chat feature but I would hope for something like a headset. A keyboard would take away from the game if you had to put down the controller and type something.
Despite the fact that I don’t think it will be very useful it does look nice.