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diNovo Mini only £62.99* delivered @ Logitech (compatible with PS3)

£62.99 @ Logitech UK
Good price for this - elsewhere: - Play.com £79.99 Amazon £80.50 ebuyer £90.44 dabs.com £91.63 Buy.com £102.25 PC World £103.08 Enjoy total control of your PC entertainment from your … Read More
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[mod] 6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Good price for this - elsewhere: -
Play.com £79.99
Amazon £80.50
ebuyer £90.44
dabs.com £91.63
Buy.com £102.25
PC World £103.08

Enjoy total control of your PC entertainment from your sofa. Palm-sized, cordless mini-keyboard fits in your hand and gives you optimal control and access of the PC entertainment you love, including browsing the Internet, watching TV, listening to music and playing PC games. Dedicated Windows Media Center controls optimize launch and navigation of Microsoft's popular entertainment platform. Integrated, dual-purpose ClickPad enhances control and access with innovative technology that can be used as a touch pad and a directional pad. Rechargeable Li-ion batteries give you up to one month of battery life. Bluetooth wireless technology provides long-range wireless control from up to 10 m (30 ft). Backlighting makes text entry effortless, even in low light

Warranty Information

* 3-year manufacturer's guarantee

Package Contents

* Logitech® diNovo Mini
* USB Mini-receiver
* Power adapter
* CD with software, comfort guidelines and help center
* User's guide
* Cleaning cloth
* Full product support

Technical Specifications

* 25 mm (.98-inch) dual-purpose ClickPad. Works as a touch pad and a 4-way directional pad
* Thumb-operated keypad design
* 63 backlit keys
* Backlighting for two modesorange for touch-pad mode, green for media-center remote mode
* Ambient light sensor measures current available light and turns off backlight, if necessary, to conserve power
* Troy gloss silver with midnight black design
* Dedicated Windows Media® Center button
* Range: up to 10 m (33 feet)

Connectivity

* Bluetooth® 2.0 wireless technology
* Point-to-point technology pre-paired with DiNovo Mini keyboard. (Does not act as a hub.)

Power and Battery

* 30 days (battery life)
* Full-charge: Takes about 4 hours.
* Fast-charge: Takes about 10 minutes for 1 day of use
* 950 mAH lithium-ion battery

Dimensions and Weight

* 152 x 90 x 27.5 mm (cover closed) (5.98 x 3.5 x 1.08-inch)
* 152 x 153 x 65 mm (cover opened) (5.98 x 6 x 2.55-inch)
* 170-175 g (with battery and receiver) (5.99 6.17 oz)
* 59.5 x 18.5 x 9.1 mm (receiver size) (2.34 x 0.73 x 0.36-inch)
* 7 g (receiver weight) (0.25 oz)

* PC with Windows® XP or Windows Vista® or Windows® 7
* USB Port
* This product is compatible with PLAYSTATION®3.

******Use Codes: LOGIDEALQ2W6 and WECARE10 to buy at this price******
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[mod]#1
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Lean back

This palm-sized mini-keyboard makes it easy to download movies to your computer and watch them on your big screen.
http://www.logitech.com/assets/14498/14498.png

On double duty

Control is in your hands with a dual-purpose ClickPad that works as a touch pad and a directional pad.
http://www.logitech.com/assets/14499/14499.png

Power boost

You’ll save time and money with rechargeable Li-ion batteries that last up to a month between charges.
http://www.logitech.com/assets/14500/14500.png
#2
Voted hot, I paid £67 for this a few months ago and it's great.
#3
Is there a button to switch the bluetooth device it's connected to, to another one? For example when typing things on the PS3 then switching to computer/laptop typing.
1 Like #4
Use the voucher WECARE10 & LOGIDEALQ2W6 to get it for £62.99 delivered! Great price.

Edited By: ashleypride on Aug 11, 2010 20:40: bold!
#5
Don't forget the 3% topcashback aswel :)
#6
Yammity
Is there a button to switch the bluetooth device it's connected to, to another one? For example when typing things on the PS3 then switching to computer/laptop typing.


Theres a PC/PS3 toggle switch on the underneath, but you need to open the battery compartment
#7
Bough this for £80 back in January! Brilliant little keyboard once you get used to it. Jusy what I needed for my net top as it's hooked up to my tv and I didn't want a big keyboard lying around
#8
Just order mine... voted hot... and 5% quidco in theory (awaiting tracking confirmation at the moment)
#9
Great price, ordered mine last night using both vouchers so £62.99 delivered. I've been looking for one of these at a good price for ages.
#10
Anyone know if this is mac compatible?
#11
Why is this expired?

It seems to be still available at £69.99 using the LOGIDEALQ2W6 code.
#12
Ordered thanks to all for providing the codes.
#13
does it also work as an actual mouse pad with double tap, scroll and left/ right buttons ?
#14
forcedv - yes, there is a circular touchpad on the top right with left click button top right (small circular button) and you can right click with same button + FN key
#15
not expired
1 Like #16
Sorry by the Lenovo Mini KB at £35 delivered from eBay sellers in China is a far better deal. The Dinovo Mini was overpriced when it came out 3 years ago and continues to be overpriced. You can't even get them cheap used. I'll wager the battery life isn't great either, and the plastic lid is reported to be flimsy.

http://www.widgetandgadget.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Lenovo-Mini-Wireless-Keyboard-N5901-1-e1268028703599.jpg
#17
Isn't the Lenovo Mini usb dongle and not bluetooth ?
#18
forcedv
Isn't the Lenovo Mini usb dongle and not bluetooth ?


The dongle is a bluetooth dongle.

Do these still have the same Bluetooth problems? I heard about them missing keystrokes and being susceptible to interference?
#19
I went for Rii Mini, got it from ebay for £22.
It is smaller, has touchpad, F-keys, longer range with RF.
Works flawless on Linux too, simply perfect!
#20
Does anyone have any experience of either the diNovo mini, Lenovo mini or Rii mini on an Aspire Revo running XBMC Live?

I looking for a mini keyboard but I don't fancy having to wade through Ubuntu drivers to try and get it setup. :|
#21
joylove
Sorry by the Lenovo Mini KB at £35 delivered from eBay sellers in China is a far better deal. The Dinovo Mini was overpriced when it came out 3 years ago and continues to be overpriced. You can't even get them cheap used. I'll wager the battery life isn't great either, and the plastic lid is reported to be flimsy.

http://www.widgetandgadget.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Lenovo-Mini-Wireless-Keyboard-N5901-1-e1268028703599.jpg


hmm was gonna buy this until I read your comment - and i completely agree with you.
#22
barshociaj
I went for Rii Mini, got it from ebay for £22.
It is smaller, has touchpad, F-keys, longer range with RF.
Works flawless on Linux too, simply perfect!


Rii Mini for £22, now thats wot i call a deal - could u kindly share the ebay user's id who is selling them, or are they out of stock now? as the cheapest i can find on ebay is £35 for Rii Mini
#23
Great price.. ordered and heat added. The other items may be a better deal, but remember you're voting for the EXACT product not anything else. HOT!
#24
tomtop_com does regular auctions. About 2 months ago some went for as low as £18. I bid until I got my price. Looking at the recent completed listings I'm sure you could have it for £27 (or less if you are patient).
#25
barshociaj
I went for Rii Mini, got it from ebay for £22.
It is smaller, has touchpad, F-keys, longer range with RF.
Works flawless on Linux too, simply perfect!


Me too. Kinda like the look of the Lenovo though. Lack of function keys puts me off.

Edited By: ElGato on Aug 12, 2010 15:35: Additional info.
#26
i cant get it under 69.99 - the second code doesnt seem to do anything?
#27
Look closer. I thought that at first then looked at the bottom where the final figure is and it comes out at £62.99
#28
So is there any device that can be used with more than one device (e.g. a PC and a PS3), switching between the 2 easily?
#29
GFunk
Look closer. I thought that at first then looked at the bottom where the final figure is and it comes out at £62.99


not for me. screencap below:

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#30
WECARE10 isn't working for me either anymore
#31
I have this keyboard and it works great - looks cool too in the living room - good price
#32
joylove
Sorry by the Lenovo Mini KB at £35 delivered from eBay sellers in China is a far better deal. The Dinovo Mini was overpriced when it came out 3 years ago and continues to be overpriced. You can't even get them cheap used. I'll wager the battery life isn't great either, and the plastic lid is reported to be flimsy.

http://www.widgetandgadget.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/Lenovo-Mini-Wireless-Keyboard-N5901-1-e1268028703599.jpg


I have had the DiNovo Mini for over a year. I do like the size and look of it. However, I have two main problems with it..
1) You can not purchase spare batteries. When I reported to Logitech that my battery was running low too quickly, they sent me out a completely new keyboard including battery and dongle etc which is great but very bizarre.
2) The mouse often jumps across the screen or is unresponsive and the only way to correct this is to remove the battery and pop it back in again. This happens every 10 minutes or so. This happened with both my original and my new one.
As much as I think the device is great, these two flaws are show stoppers for me so I would probably look elsewhere if I were you. PLease note however, the lid is not flimsy, it will break if you apply a lot of force against the hinges and may not be good with kids around but I wouldnt say it was too flimsy.
#33
I received one with a Media PC being flogged on eBay 12 months ago. Discounting the cost of the Media PC this was effectively free for me considering it's huge price tag. It really is over priced but it's a niche product so Logitech can get away with whatever price the market will bear.

It's bluetooth but comes with a it's own unique dongle which I can only presume is the ONLY dongle you can use it with. I've had it working in both PS3 and PCs (XP, XP64, Win7, Linux) heck this gadget even works in the BIOS, before Windows!!

under £50 would be much better value. it has a wow factor. quite showy but there might be better wireless keyboards n trackpads/balls on the market now. this is an older product.
#34
I bought one of these a few years ago for about £95. They're nice if you want a tiny keyboard for a media PC in the living room. The mouse pad is hard to use compared to some of the competition and the mouse click button has started to be a bit dodgy on mine, I have to press it quite hard to get a response. The battery really does last for ages though - I've only recharged mine about 4 times in 2 years.
It's definitely overpriced at £100 but at £63 it's not bad. The cheapest wireless keyboards with trackpads are about £30 but they are much bigger and don't have rechargeable batteries.

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