Logitech DiNovo Edge

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The_Steel Posted: Mon, Mar 16 2009 6:33 AM

Hi All,

         Just wanted to share my experiences with the DiNovo Edge keyboard i just bought for my Shuttle HTPC i just built. It's touted as the world's most advanced keyboard, I don't know about that but for a media center build it really cannot be beat. Very high quality finish and aesthtically pleasing LED's that have a fade out effect, good battery life and exceptionally easy to install. My only gripe is that you cannot assign an eject button for the optical drive, just gonna have to get off that ass! it's not the cheapest around (set me back $178), but it's all worth it once you've tune in and drop out.

 

in short if you're looking at a HTPC build then this is an absolute must in my opinion.

 

Cheers,

Steel  

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JeffB replied on Mon, Mar 16 2009 10:12 AM

Me likey, but it sure is pricey.

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JeffB:

Me likey, but it sure is pricey.

You summed up what I was thinking. Smile

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ice91785 replied on Mon, Mar 16 2009 2:52 PM

Perhaps Marco could give us a quick review -- I am sure he has a few laying around. Tactile, clicky ratings already in this database

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This is really a great keyboard for a HPTC or even if you just use your computer in the bedroom. It's has a great feel to the keys. It also goes on sale fairly often on amazon if you keep your eye on it. 

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Inspector replied on Sun, Feb 14 2010 3:08 PM

Please try not to bump old threads.

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