Cons: you can NOT zoom or use any L or R buttons...6 total commands just totally forgotten about and no plan to update into the device. If you use a wide screen TV...you won't be able to see what you are typing
"Bad idea. Too small. Poor mouse control, odd design"
2 November 2009
Pros: It looks like a cool idea, but falls short. It works great for someone that uses it for five minutes to review the product, but try using it for hours on end. My Blackberry is far more enjoyable.
Cons: I have a 40" screen. And guess what... I have that large screen for comfort. That's right, ease of use. Now why in the world would I want to bottleneck that "comfort" with a tiny keyboard and poor mouse control? Go back to the drawing board Logitech.
Excerpt: I did like the buttons though and how well they typed. I have a thing for keys and how they feel under my fingers. That was all that I could find interesting to say about the Logitech Dinovo Mini Keyboard. Not worth $135. The most I would ever had paid for this was $50, if I had knew how it operated. I would recommend this keyboard to anyone, not even if it was free. I’ve had cheaper keyboards that worked better than this one. STAY away!
Summary: Ive bought two of these, and they work great for about 6 months to a year then they start to have problems. Keys stopping working, the switch for the trackpad stops working. Its really horrible after awhile. The letter p is probably the letter that has the biggest issues. Unfortunately the competition isnt very good, its all cheap junk. This thing still looks the best and probably works the best.
Summary: The idea of this keyboard is perfect for what I need in my lounge, but it has not been thought through at all how they built it. Simple keys which you need often, such as escape, are not on the keyboard. Keys you need often such as @ are difficult to type. They have switched the position of control and shift, for apparently no reason. The mouse response is terrible and right clicking requires you to use two hands.