Reviews and Problems with Logitech diNovo Keyboard Mac Edition
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diNovo Keyboard Mac Edition
25 March 2009
Excerpt: (1 items) When I reviewed Logitech's diNovo Edge Mac Edition last fall, the biggest complaints about that otherwise-excellent keyboard were its price ($160) and its lack of a numeric keypad. Logitech has addressed those concerns—albeit at the cost of a few of the Edge's most flashy features—with the diNovo Keyboard Mac Edition .
Pros: Outstanding key feel, Low profile, Wireless, Numeric keypad, Lots of Mac-specific and programmable buttons and keys
Cons: No space between function-key row and number keys, Function keys and Escape and Eject keys run together
Excerpt: It’s a shame that Logitech doesn’t make its all-white S530 keyboard-and-mouse combo any more, as we rather liked that (you can still get it for £45 on Amazon…). However, the wireless DiNovo is a very attractive alternative.
Comfortable, full-size keyboard, numeric keypad, lots of function keys
Pricey, uses USB wireless adaptor rather than Bluetooth