Can we use wireless keyboard & mouse on PS3 with minimum loss and delay?
I've searched on youtube, and i saw a lot of videos about this. But i don't think that methods would be healty.
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Yes. To add a Bluetooth keyboard, go to Settings > Accessories > Manage Bluetooth Devices.
For a non-Bluetooth wireless keyboard to work, it would probably have to have its own wireless receiver that would plug into the console via USB.
It also supports USB keyboards. From page 31 of my PS3 owner's manual:
Using a USB keyboard
You can enter characters using a USB keyboard (sold separately). While the text entry screen is displayed, if any key on the connected USB keyboard is pressed, the text entry screen will enable you to use the USB keyboard.
You cannot use the predictive mode when using a USB keyboard.
Unfortunately, it looks like there aren't many games that natively support keyboard/mouse. I did find the Eagle Eye, a third-party adapter that allows you to use a USB keyboard/mouse in lieu of a controller regardless of whether or not the games supports it.