Logitech diNovo Edge
Released January, 2007
The Pros:First rechargeable keyboard. Very thin (11 mm). Excellent tactile key response.
The Cons:Wakes up your computer from standby when charging. Expensive. Touch sensitive volume and pad aren't very responsive.
Sometimes people want to go a little more upscale and aren't satisfied with the current crop of mainstream keyboards. For those people Logitech has created the diNovo Edge which aims to go high brow and high class.
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The distinctive and high quality looks are immediately obvious with a glossy black finish, and 11mm thin profile.
The black finish is further accentuated by the backlit keys and icons that light up when particular features are accessed. Press the Function key, and the alternative buttons light up. Press the integrated scroll area or touch disc and they will light up as well.
Bluetooth wireless is used to connect the keyboard to your computer, or other Bluetooth compatible device. The keyboard features an integrated Lithium Ion battery that is recharged by the included base station. Logitech touts precision manufacturing coupled with an innovative design that distributes finger force evenly across the keys, giving them a "fuller" feel.
User Reviews (8)
First rechargeable keyboard
Excellent tactile key response
wakes up your computer from standby when charging
Touch sensitive volume and pad aren't very responsive
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