With each iteration, the line that separates a "Smart TV" and a "computer" becomes more ambiguous. For someone who grew up in the era of CRT type TV and old school TV test patterns, Mr Bean's idea of a remote control still makes sense. Smart TVs is almost as functional as a computer, at the very least, it is on par with a tablet - it can browse the internet, run apps and connect wireless peripheral (mostly with ease). The remote control though seems to stay relatively constant, with more buttons, microphone and a keyboard that is homage to a Nokia phone pre-T9 keyboard.
The Logitech K600 Smart TV keyboard aims to make the smart TV work smarter with a full keyboard, touchpad and a D-Pad all in a svelte form factor.