Back in September, we introduced you to Logitech's newest diNovo Keyboard for Notebooks. CNET's Rich Brown expressed confusion as to why we actually need a "for Notebooks" model, and after doing a full-length review, I must agree. There's absolutely nothing about the diNovo for Notebooks that makes it strictly for laptops. Well, there is one tiny little key: the eject button. Although, that can still be used for desktops, so I guess that designator means nothing- it's all marketing.
That's not to say that we didn't like the keyboard itself, though. It … Read more
The Logitech diNovo Mac Edition Keyboard is meant to be a viable alternative for shoppers looking to replace the keyboard that comes with their Apple computers. As you'd expect, the layout is all Mac-centric, with shortcut keys for volume, eject, and screen brightness, as well as specific buttons that open OS apps like Dashboard, Spaces, Expose, and iTunes. The keyboard is easy to type on thanks to Logitech's PerfectStroke key design, and the overall design is nothing short of sexy, but we can't help but point out a few shortcomings.
Most importantly, the limited features just doesn'… Read more
Logitech just announced a new Mac version of its popular diNovo Keyboard, and we're eager to get our grubby little hands on a test unit. We've tried out the diNovo Edge, the diNovo Edge for Macs, and the Illuminated Keyboard with positive marks across the board, and we're sure this version will be no different.
The new diNovo keyboard promises to be the perfect companion to your Mac desktop, with all the buttons in the familiar Mac-style layout in a slim, easy-to-use layout. The keys themselves are part of Logitech's PerfectStroke system that allows for uniform … Read more