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conclusion:We like it

92 March 17th 2012 10:27 am

The diNovo Edge was one of the first rechargeable Bluetooth keyboards, and despite years of competition, nothing else has come close to matching its slim, stylish profile, comfortable typing, and media features. You can customize just about everything, it's available in Mac and Windows versions, and it looks as good in the living room as it does in the home office. It's a little on the expensive side, sure, but it's the only wireless keyboard you'll ever need.

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$429.99

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Critic reviews

8.8
5 reviews
  • Ergonomics / comfort
    8.0
  • Tactility / button-feel
    8.6
  • Design and form factor
    10
  • Noise
  • Configurability
    8.0
  • Portability

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User reviews

9.3
25 reviews
9.0
CNET Jan 25, 2007

Thanks to its sharp design, it's easy to imagine this keyboard in the living room ... We only wish its touch-sensitive features were more responsive, which especially stings considering the price. If you're willing to accept a $200 keyboard with a few minor flaws, we recommend it.

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9.0
Macworld Oct 15, 2008

Logitech’s diNovo Edge Mac Edition is a standout keyboard thanks to its great key feel, very good layout, useful special features, and attractive design. Although it’s pricey, if you spend many hours at a keyboard each day, I highly recommend taking the Edge ... for a spin.

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9.0
ExtremeTech Nov 9, 2006

This is by far one of the best high-end keyboards we’ve tested, but unfortunately that comes with a high-end price, even for high-end. Still, it makes for a great living room keyboard without the eyesore.

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8.0
TrustedReviews Jan 26, 2007

There’s a great deal to love about his keyboard: it’s good looking, has loads of media functionality and is great for general use. The only real concern is the price which, even at the discounted £105, is still a steep for a keyboard.

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9.0
Digital Trends Feb 13, 2007

Not only is the Edge the most stunning keyboard we’ve seen, it is also a well-thought-out and durable piece of art, fitting the bill for any computer that might be in an area frequented by guests.

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10
smcutter smcutter

This is a phenomenal keyboard. The battery life is great, and it's incredibly stylish. The only two drawbacks are the price and the lack of a "menu button." You know... the one found on almost every other keyboard that simulates a right-click wherever the cursor is? Also, you...

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9.0
skylerklew skylerklew

I have owned this keyboard for nearly 6 years and I refuse to purchase another keyboard until this gadget shits the bed. It is slim, sleek, and feels very nice to use. It is nearly 6 years old and the look and feel of this keyboard is still up to par with the new gadgets out on the market now....

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9.0
clintiepoo clintiepoo

The good: This keyboard feels great to type on. It's somewhere in-between a laptop keyboard and a desktop one. The mouse wheel is useful, especially when I am recharging my MX revolution mouse. I like the zoom buttons, the mute button, and the custom programs. The battery life is...

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10
IlyaH IlyaH

Typing this review with the exact same keyboard - I would say its a TOTAL BUY for you if you have been looking at it. Dont think - just go and buy :) (I have it for like 4 years now, and don't even think to change it - and this happens very rarely with hardware, I mean no need to change it after...

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10
JJForever JJForever

First things first. This is an external keyboard. But it doesn't even have a number pad. What? Well, you heard me right. However, it does have a number of other cool features... The most notable being that it's wireless, and it looks super cool. Whether you're using it for work, or you're just...

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9.0
absolutehype absolutehype

It annoys me that this doesn't have dedicated play/pause controls for Media Centre users, thats my biggest gripe. Also Logitech seem to insist on putting these touch slider controls into their products but they don't work well at all - and on a super high gloss glass keyboard you don't want users...

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10
JeffreyPia JeffreyPia

Here are the things I liked: The size and weight are perfect for laptop use. The look and design are fantastic; it looks great with the black motif of my home entertainment system (Sony Bravia LCD tv, Xbox 360 Elite, PS3 and black case on my PC). The touchpad works great, better than many laptops...

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