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Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop for Notebooks
6.3 out of 10

Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop for Notebooks

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Expert Review

5 March 2009
  • Conclusion: The entire diNovo set is instantly recognized by Windows, once you connect all three devices to the receiver. Range is quite good; about the same as the MX Duo, maybe a bit shorter.
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Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop Kit for Notebooks Review

X-bit labs
22 November 2005
  • Summary: We would like to introduce to you a cordless keyboard kit from Logitech, which might become an irreplaceable traveling companion. Are you going on vacation, or on a business trip but you are tired of hitting the tiny laptop buttons? Give you hands some rest: check out this cordless kit.
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Review: Logitech diNovo Media Desktop

12 July 2005
  • Excerpt: If you're looking for a keyboard/mouse replacement, you should check out our review of Logitech's diNovo Media Desktop, a high-quality keyboard and mouse and media controller component set, all without wires (thank you, […]
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Overall 10

Logitech diNovo Media Desktop

PC Magazine
10 May 2005
  • Excerpt: Designed with an artist's eye, the Logitech diNovo Media Desktop blends futuristic design and powerful architecture, and the keypad's "zero-degree tilt" makes typing comfortable. With built-in Bluetooth and well-designed management software, the diNovo turns your PC into a cordless command center. Networking up to seven devices is a snap. Hearkening back to early keyboards, Logitech has divided the main keypad and the number pad, giving it new life as the MediaPad.
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Expert Review

2 February 2005
  • Summary: - Easy on the eyes - Responsive, lively feel to the keys - Extremely well thought out keyboard/number pad - Light and small but still comfortable - Wireless dongle!
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Logitech diNovo Media Desktop

20 October 2004
  • Summary: In an ideal world, a single Bluetooth hub should be able to support quite a few devices; this ideal has been an exception with most of the bundled devices that I have seen, except this one. I have been able to successfully connect this hub to the following devices: Sony Ericsson T68i cell phone Sony Ericsson T610 cell phone HP iPaq h2215 Pocket PC For some reason after pairing the iPaq with the computer I had to go to the Bluetooth devices control panel and activate the...
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Expert Review

13 January 2004
  • Excerpt: A world without wires – that’s a nice thought isn’t it? Bluetooth has longed promised the notion of a personal area network but it never really caught on. However after years of languishing in the background while other networking standards such as 802.11b and g flourished, Bluetooth seems ready to make an impact on the technology scene. Many PDAs and cell phones now include Bluetooth support.
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Logitech diNovo Media Desktop

Maximum CPU
21 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Device: Logitech diNovo Media Desktop MSRP: $249 Supplier: Logitech, Inc. Author: John(AGOIA) Intro: With flat-panel monitors, pre-modded cases, and all the other bells and whistles a computer can have, the keyboard and mouse, or at least the keyboard, can be often overlooked as vital and stylish parts of a complete system. Today is the day when your perspective, if it is such, may change completely in regard to how much the input devices can make a computer.
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Overall 9

Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop review

TechRadar UK
30 April 2006
Overall 7

LOGITECH diNovo Media Desktop 2.0

8 March 2006
  • Summary: Go wireless with a vengeance. We did, with the LOGITECH diNovo Media Desktop 2.0. Riding high on the backs of the latest Bluetooth technology (v 1.2), it provides greatly improved PC and Bluetooth-enabled mobile phone synchronization. And what's more, this orchestration of data across the various Bluetooth platforms is made silken smooth with the Mobile Phone Suite 2.0 software's Auto Configuration and One Touch Synchronization features.
  • Pros: Advanced Bluetooth connectivity, Increased battery shelf life, Remote for PC, Varied PC entertainment options
  • Cons: Expensive
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