I bought something interesting today. It's a Pan Code D1000 wireless keyboard.
Most things can be done over SSH but sometimes maybe once a month or even daily during setup phases of your media server you need a physical keyboard. Digging out a full sized one is just a bit overkill. This keyboard is not for writing a thesis or emails, but if all you need is to open some web video service like YouTube, yle areena, BBC iPlayer or Hulu then this is the best I've come across so far. It even has a powerful LED backlight that can be enabled from a button. When enabled the backlight will turn on every time you press a key. The device has a on/off switch that can be used to preserve battery. It also has an inbuilt litium-ion battery that charges over mini-usb. There is a small touchpad on the right of the device for moving the mouse. All the buttons seem to work and even map relatively correctly on ubuntu, this can obviously be tweaked to suit your personal needs. Tested on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
This cost me 39 € in Stockman during "Hullut Päivät" which is a basically just a fancy sale that Stockmann organizes twice a year, retails normally for 60-70€ in Finland.
I decided to put in a tiny update on this since this text gets so many hits. I've been using pan code d1000 keyboard for 2 months now and I'm still happy with it. I've used it more or less as I've imagined. ctrl + alt + right arrow, to switch virtual desktops out of mythtv and tweak some setting quickly. Things like running a GUI application to check something, enabling bluetooth, opening a browser and watching something on iPlayer. I've loaded the device only once so far about a week ago. The first out of the box charge lasted 3 weeks. I think it would still be working if I wouldn't have forgotten it on for a few days. The thump touchpad is not very practical. I think a thump stick like the one on the ione scorpius P20 or a good trackball would be better if it can be calibrated to be sensitive enough.