Summary: One thing Logitech should have stressed was that in order for the USB dongle to work in bluetooth mode, you must HOLD DOWN the connect button AS YOU plug it into a USB port. Otherwise, the dongle will just connect in regular mode, and wont double as a bluetooth receiver. The scrolling on the touch disk may take some time to used to.
Pros: Keyboard is beautiful! Sleek profile, very solid typing experience. This is THE perfect keyboard for an HTPC system. Touch disk is very accurate and great for scrolling through webpages. This is also the one piece of hardware in my HTPC setup that nearly all my friends are impressed by.
Cons: Lack of a designated numpad may be annoying for some. Some people may also dislike the positioning of the pg up/down, del, , home, end keys, which also takes a bit of time to get used to unless your previous keyboard already has an identical layout.
Summary: If you have an HTPC then this keyboard is a must. It works beautifully, the bluetooth works great and best of all it just looks damn beautiful. Many folks have commented on how great it looks. For a normal desktop setup it's still great. The keys feel just right as you type on them. This doesn't have a keypad though which should be noted for basic desktop use.
The mouse or trackpad is the one thing that I hope to see improvement on for future iterations of this product.
Summary: This keyboard/mouse combo lives in our lounge attached to our TV PC. Good things: I happen to like the aesthetics. the battery does seem to last a decent amount of time (a couple of months with our usage pattern). I have never had any connection-related issues with it. It just works. Bad things: practically nobody, including me, can get the scrolling to work "as expected". It will work for a few seconds then give up a bit then work again then... aargh.
Summary: I bought the Logitech diNovoEdge Keyboard as a handy way to control the cheapo PC I have under my television. I knew it would work well from the sofa so I can control video playback.. but my secondary goal was to have music playing on this PC, through my television and also connected to Bluetooth speakers in other rooms in the house, so I could take the keyboard to the kitchen / bedroom and have both sound and control of music playing elsewhere. The range is good.
Summary: Purchased to compliment my home cinema PC, the Logitech delivers in nearly every aspect; however it does have a number of flaws but first the positives: Excellent feedback from the keys without being clacky. The layout is mostly well designed. The touch-pad is superb even when moving a pointer over the distance of a 50" screen. Blue-Tooth interface is a huge improvement over other wireless keyboards Ive used in terms of speed and distance.
Summary: I bought this product to replace another wireless keyboard that died. It's used in a living room, with a PC that's mostly for entertainment / Internet browsing, but also sees some Word Processing. The keyboard is VERY nice to look at, even perhaps a bit too "showy" for anyone who prefers stuff that "just works". But I'm happy to forgive that, because this keyboard does "just work" very well indeed. At least the keys section does.
Summary: This keyboard is actually nicer than the pictures make it look. It is sleek, slim and clean. The key action is much better than any other keyboard I have owned and feels solid when you press them and not cheap like so many others. Install was simple - plug in the dongle, install software, charge the keyboard and you are off and running. The charger stand is also very well made and displays the keyboard stylishly rather than just having a jack to plug it in.
Summary: I was at first reluctant to pay the price these keyboards are. Since I have had it (approx 3 weeks) I think it's value for money. It makes typing much more pleasurable and you can feel the quality in the product when using it and in its weight. I have found that since I have had this keyboard I have made less typing errors, if any.
Summary: Before buying the Logitech dinovo edge I did the usual research, YouTube reviews etc. These gave a relatively accurate picture of the product. It is ridiculously thin, looks stunning and is easy to use. However with these key selling points I found a few quibbles. The thinness does make it thing of great beauty on your desktop (to the extent that you believe your table has sprouted keys), but when you leave the desk and take it to your lap this lack of chunkiness somehow...