Once you use one, that will be the only keyboard you ever want to use
3 April 2014
Summary: This is my second diNovo keyboard and pointer, the feeling is beyond ability to properly mention in words, you have to hold it, use it and then you realize that with all the time and money invested working on your computer, this makes the biggest difference! Pricey, but far beyond any other keyboard (and I've owned dozens!
Summary: This isn't a keyboard for gamers and the mouse/touchpad takes some getting used to, but as keyboards go, this is the Cadillac of the many keyboards I've used. The touch and feel of the keys as you type is very comfortable and my fingers glide almost effortlessly when using this keyboard. It also happens to look really cool and has a lot of functions that make it more than a keyboard.
Pros: An excellent Keyboard/Mouse combo. Great look , feel and feedback of the keys. Serves as a remote when using my laptop with my big screen, and it's handy to have when working between multiple computers. Good battery life. Also works well with Media.
Cons: I've owned this product for over 4 years and use it constantly. I've spilled coffee on it and abused the heck out of it, and yes I've had to take it apart a couple of times to clean spills and replace the battery once.I have not been disappointed.
Excerpt: Logitech diNovo Edge Keyboard is probably the keyboard aliens more advanced that us are using right now. Logitech has made a simple boring keyboard into a stunning piece of hardware. The design of the Logitech diNovo Edge Keyboard is absolutely stunning. But it is not all form over function. The back light on the keyboard is perfect for typing in low light situations.
Excerpt: This is my favorite keyboard of all time. Sure scrolling with the trackpad sucks, and you don't have a numpad but man, this thing is a beauty and feels awesome to type on. I rarely have typing mistakes with this keyboard with strokes being smooth and quiet. The keyboard is really thin and comes with a rechargeable battery which you charge with the included dock. I know it's also very expensive at $150.
Excerpt: The Logitech diNovo Edge Mac Edition keyboard is an outstanding device. The fact that it is designed for Apple raises the bar very high since Apple is known for its high quality and minimalistic design. The keyboard itself is very comfortable and very thin. It reminds me of a high quality Windows computer, but it unfortunately does not have the same feel a Mac keyboard does.
Excerpt: This is one of Logitech's best items. As such it is one of the most expensive keyboards they make. With this Logitech dinovo edge model you're really getting an all-in-one package kind of deal. On the lower right-hand corner is a little pad that allows this keyboard to function as a mouse. This immediately brings to my attention perfect use for a home theater PC computer.
Summary: Bottomline, this keyboard is perfect match for your HTPC system. The keyboard is a little confine to get used to.
Pros: The build quality is very solid, sleek. I use this with my dell zino HD as a HTPC remote. Trackpad and scrolling works well, as does the volume slider and most function buttons.
Cons: Fingerprint magnet on the keyboard gloss black. The keyboard is a bit small and confining, but is such a perfect match for the HTPC system. The backspace key size is a bit small than a fullsize keyboard.
Summary: I love this keyboard! I love the way the keys feel and work. your fingers just glide and the push of a key is effortless. I use this keyboard at work and I am using it all day long. The ONLY thing I don't like about it, is that it does not have a number pad. Other than that it is excellent!! I would recomend it!!!
Summary: Being a cheapskate when it comes to keyboards I hesitatingly splurged for this because I needed a good HTPC wireless keyboard. This certainly fits the bill, plus it looks great! The range and connectivity is fantastic and it has very smooth operation of both the keys and the touch pad. The scroll function works well after getting used to it. The hotkeys are all programmable and work nicely for HTPC functions. Lastly, the volume function also works nicely.