Summary: Seeing as this is a notebook-specific keyboard, that was the first environment I tested the diNovo in. I have a 12" HP notebook and while the keyboard on it isn't too terribly small, it was nice to have a full size keyboard with number pad to type on. Thanks to Logitech's PerfectStroke key system, the board typed really well and I didn't have any complaints about the keys at all.
Excerpt: Two months ago, I would have told you keyboards really don’t matter that much. That was before I stared using the diNovo Keyboard from Logitech. Now, I am firm believer in dropping some serious money for a decent finger tapping inputting device. The diNovo changed my mind.
Conclusion: Because you often use your laptop in busy wireless environments, Logitech’s 2.4GHz wireless technology helps to reduce interference, effectively eliminating delays and dropouts. And by optimising the power management system, Logitech’s improved wireless technology enables an impressive 3-year battery life for the keyboard.
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. At £59.99 there are a lot of options available if you were to simply buy a desktop keyboard and many of these will also come with a mouse. Don't get suckered in by the "for Notebooks" marketing strategy.
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