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Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop for Notebooks
6.1 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 Keyboard for Notebooks lasts three years on one set of batteries

Ars Technica
4 September 2008
  • Conclusion: One of my favorite keyboards ever to come from Logitech was the diNovo Edge. The keyboard had this great super-thin profile that made it virtually flat and exceptionally comfortable to type on for extended periods.
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Overall 10

Logitech diNovo Media Desktop

PC Magazine
14 June 2006
  • 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.
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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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Logitech diNovo Cordless Desktop Review

15 March 2005
  • Conclusion: Logitech seemed to go after a few different groups with the diNovo. Depending on which you belong to, it may or may not be suitable for you. Desktop Replacement - As a desktop replacement, I'd have to say there are better options out there.
  • Pros: Look great, $100 less than the Bluetooth version, Keypad doubles as a standalone calculator with thermometer, Wireless encryption, Mouse can be turned off
  • Cons: Only one receiver, which may render some of the components useless depending on scenario, Not a very good mouse, Only the mouse comes with a carrying case
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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! - Don't have to use the number pad if you need space
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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.
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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...
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Overall 6

Logitech diNovo Keyboard for Notebooks

Pocket Lint
11 August 2009
  • Conclusion: The Logitech diNovo Keyboard for Notebooks is well built and slim. Although a little more portable than a standard desktop keyboard, it's still not enough that you'd want it in your laptop bag.
  • Pros: Sturdy build, comes with batteries, multimedia keys, small wireless dongle, keys have familiar notebook action
  • Cons: Not particularly portable, will need external mouse too, a little pricey for just a keyboard, no real benefit over buying a desktop keyboard
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