The Best & Most Attractive Wireless Keyboard... A Must!
2 April 2011
Summary: Greetings... They are keyboards... and then they are KEYBOARDS. Many have offered different designs, new ergonomic angles, backlited or not, various paddings, you name it, it's been already done... even the light imaging keyboards (which the keys are projected on your work desk and you touch the image that is optically read. Now, that's high-tech and a 'Star Trek' way.
Summary: Keyboard was defective right out of the box. Seems that these keyboards are very prone to hardware malfunction that causes the A,S,1,2,3,8 etc keys to not work. Logitech knows this. I called Logitech and they are replacing the keyboard with a K800, so that is good. Still liked this keyboard though. Average life on these keyboards, based on Logitech support forums, is about 11 months. Keep in mind when buying.
Summary: I LOVED this keyboard - for about the 2 hrs it worked correctly. At that point, the "L" key popped off, and so far neither I nor several computer savvy friends have been able to replace it correctly. (It is a sort of "soft touch" key, with a rubber finger under the key and the key has sort of plastic interlocking frame on the bottom).
Summary: I love the keyboard in every way: the weight of it (it feels substantial), the key touch (quiet, precise), the finish (especially the brushed aluminum skirt - very nice), the efficient footprint (yet it includes a numeric keypad). The wireless communication is instant and reliable. The only drawback is that dang dongle! It is the longest USB dongle I have ever seen. I have a Logitech wireless mouse with the greatest stubby USB receiver ever - practically invisible.
Summary: Not to mention it looks good, I like the mechanical design of this keyboard. (The fact that it only takes a shallow (not have to press too deep) and light key stroke to type) However, I wanted these two aspects to be included: - slightly more tilted - Backspace key to be little wider Other than that, I have no complain. I have not tried many too many desktop keyboards since I have been predominantly a laptop user.
Wireless - 2.4GHz Logitech diNovo Keyboard for Notebook
17 April 2010
Summary: Finally I got very good keyboard, key strokes feeling are good, Key board wireless Range is very good,(Not like Microsoft Keyboard, to keep next to receiver). 12 Additional functions on functions key + volume adjustments etc. Long battery life commitments ( I did not tested battery life) This is worth buying.
Summary: This is the standard and the best for business users. I've been using the higher spec model - diNovo edge, but this one the better for my office use. Better in size, battery consumption, keypad (you don't need the touch mouse function if you have your mouse ;) Good touch in typing and compact size. Full but minimum function is the best I've ever found. I bought 2 for my stock as well.
Summary: This keyboard is excellent. All the keys are spaced properly and dont make any sound. Keystroke response is pretty nice as well. The extra (custom) keys provided come in very handy. The only problem with those keys is the Eject key, just above the backspace button, gets pressed by mistake, sometimes and the CD tray opens up in your face.
Summary: Slim and everything you need for a regular keyboard. Not for gamers and not just for laptops, this is replacing my desktop and workstation keyboards as well. Very nice for long bouts of typing and well placed keys in a compact space. My only gripe about key placement is the "eject" key that I often hit when going for the backspace key. I'm a 6'1" guy, so I have large hands and just need to get my stroke down to avoid this.