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Logitech Dinovo Laser Wireless Bluetooth Media Desktop £59.99 (usually £100+) @ Ebuyer

£59.99 @ Ebuyer
A bit expensive for a Mouse & Keyboard, but if you had ever seen one in the flesh, you would know why ! Normally well over £100 (note this is not the cheaper laptop version) Package Includes: L… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
A bit expensive for a Mouse & Keyboard, but if you had ever seen one in the flesh, you would know why ! Normally well over £100
(note this is not the cheaper laptop version)

Package Includes:
Logitech Dinovo Wireless Bluetooth Media Keyboard
Logitech Dinovo Wireless Bluetooth Media Control Pad - Also functions as a numberpad and a Calculator
Logitech Dinovo MX Wireless Bluetooth Rechargable Laser Mouse with Charging Cradle
Wireless Bluetooth Range up to 20 Metres
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#1
http://www.dvhardware.net/news/logitech_dinovo_media_desktop_laser.jpg
#2
Very good price!

Dammit, ordered one :(
#3
Please note that if it is the exact one shown in the picture that it is a US layout keyboard!

Note: reduced size return key, placing of forward slash (above return key, and doesn't work with UK setup on Windows)

Not a deal breaker but i am still getting used to my Dell one with the funny layout... ok if you touch type altho the small return key is annoying
#4
igvod1886
Please note that if it is the exact one shown in the picture that it is a US layout keyboard!

Note: reduced size return key, placing of forward slash (above return key, and doesn't work with UK setup on Windows)

Not a deal breaker but i am still getting used to my Dell one with the funny layout... ok if you touch type altho the small return key is annoying


I just found that picture randomly on the net. The one on ebuyer is the UK version (note full size return key and 'propper' placing of slash). :thumbsup:

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0094461-07.jpg

(from Ebuyer)

Looks like you get batteries and a USB extender too :)

http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/R0094461-16.jpg
#5
Voted HOT!
#6
Thanks, great find, just ordered one.
I've been looking for a Bluetooth Mouse & KB for my HTPC since my old wireless one just doesn't have any range.
I'm wondering if also, as a bonus, it might work on my PS3?
#7
Why can't they just get a flipping one that integrates a touchpad.... I can't use this on my media PC in the lounge
#8
siliconbits
Why can't they just get a flipping one that integrates a touchpad.... I can't use this on my media PC in the lounge


Review says this works on a PC - no reason why not I guess. I'm sure I've seen others around?
#9
Anyone know if this will work using the onboard Bluetooth in a Mac Mini?
#10
ukdealee
Review says this works on a PC - no reason why not I guess. I'm sure I've seen others around?


Exactly what I was going to post, thats' what I have for the HTPC. Only issue is that you can't turn off the tap to click thing on the trackpad, and you can't customise those top buttons (think they just work as F1 and F2)

Just a shame my belkin mini dongle has a range of about 10 feet, and not 10 metres :(
#11
Ferengi
Thanks, great find, just ordered one.
I've been looking for a Bluetooth Mouse & KB for my HTPC since my old wireless one just doesn't have any range.
I'm wondering if also, as a bonus, it might work on my PS3?


I beleve this one does indeed work with the ps3. If you pair it with the pc, you then have to re-pair it with the ps3 if you want to use it. I believe you can just plug the blue-tooth dongle into the ps3 and it sees the keyboard & mouse. (works this way with my logitech blue-tooth devices)
#12
Good price

H & R added

:thumbsup:

Shame I bought a different one a few weeks ago...
1 Like #13
I've had one if these for the past couple of years... They are simply fantastic. The only critisism I have is that if you use the numerical keypad on a normal keyboard a lot, you might find this one a bit frustrating, as it's set out differently (due to the inclusion of an additional key)

And yes... The PS3 recognises it perfectly (by name infact)

great price!!
#14
I am tempted by this but it has received mixed reviews. Most are glowing but there are a lot of bad ones. Is this becasue they are old reviews and the problems have been ironed out with software upgrades?
#15
dashforth
I am tempted by this but it has received mixed reviews. Most are glowing but there are a lot of bad ones. Is this becasue they are old reviews and the problems have been ironed out with software upgrades?


Poodyboy? Any issues ?
(personally I have never had any gripes with my logitech kit)
#16
Supreme price, if I didn't already have one I would be buying this without thinking twice!
#17
I've got it, no problems really, mouse has a mind of it's own occasion, but a quick wriggle and it backs off

I bought the spanish version a few months ago for £42 on eBay :-)
#18
Can someone who owns this please tell me if it is suitable for left-handers? Thnaks.
#19
This is the budget version.

The proper version is called the Dinovo EDGE.
#20
Cheers - wanted one of these since they were launched

Heat and rep to OP

Think the price is cheap beacuse of the replacement announced recently
#21
Excellent set and worth the full RRP, so this is a real bargain.

The father has been using his for over three years and it's still going strong. The hammer action on the keys is fantastic.
#22
MadeDixonsCry
This is the budget version.

The proper version is called the Dinovo EDGE.


This is not the budget version, the Edge is a newer product, which doesn't have the same features.
http://www.techshout.com/images/dinovo-edge-keyboard.jpg
#23
Heat/Rep given! :thumbsup:

Just bagged me one. Would have prefered the Dinovo Edge with the integrated touchpad but at this price it would have been rude not to. :whistling:

Cheekster.
#24
This keyboard is in the GI joe movie. (It was a crap movie - 2 hours of my life i'll never get back!)
#25
cheekster
Heat/Rep given! :thumbsup:

Just bagged me one. Would have prefered the Dinovo Edge with the integrated touchpad but at this price it would have been rude not to. :whistling:

Cheekster.


At least you get the cool keypad with the LCD display that allows you to controll your music remotely. Can't do that with the edge :)
#26
I have the pre-Laser version and it is a great keyboard set. My mouse however just decided to stop charging, i got new batteries but still no luck so I no longer use the mouse. Keyboard is still going strong though. I am tempted with this as a replacement, mine cost nearly £200.
#27
bsoltan
I have the pre-Laser version and it is a great keyboard set. My mouse however just decided to stop charging, i got new batteries but still no luck so I no longer use the mouse. Keyboard is still going strong though. I am tempted with this as a replacement, mine cost nearly £200.


Double check the batteries are the right ones (nimh not nicad?)..
Try cleaning the gold contacts on the charger and on the bottom of the mouse with some alcohol, might fix it :thumbsup:

You would be ~£30 for a logitech bluetooth laser mouse on it's own.
#28
I have ordered this as I need a new mouse and keyboard, but the more reviews I read the more I start to regret it. It gets pretty much slated on trustedreviews by the customers.
#29
Bought mine for £169 a couple of years back. Absolute piece of sh*t. Wouldn't buy it for £30 now.
#30
willgimmence
Bought mine for £169 a couple of years back. Absolute piece of sh*t. Wouldn't buy it for £30 now.


At least the reviews on trusted actually have some basis to them.......
#31
Supreme price, if I didn't already have one I would be buying this without thinking twice!

Bought mine for £169 a couple of years back. Absolute piece of sh*t. Wouldn't buy it for £30 now.

Quite mixed reviews :)
It's not a gaming keyboard/mouse, for those that are thinking about getting one.
#32
I bought this the day it was released after months of delay. Awesome product, well it was 4 years back. Don’t see why it gets bad reviews?!? SetPoint is a mature driver package where you can customise everything; excellent build quality; the Keypad even says Hello when you power on, what more could you ask?

Still recommend you save for a DiNovo Edge. Best typing experience around but runs at about £100

Mac Keyboad / mice histry is very patchy, i've got tens of the "mighty mouse" and bluetooth keyboards lying around the office. The new ones do look "kool" (whcih is what apple do well) not sure if they work well, useless for gamers
#33
siliconbits
Why can't they just get a flipping one that integrates a touchpad.... I can't use this on my media PC in the lounge

Erm, there are plenty.

Try this - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/118547 - the touchpad works brilliantly.

Or this - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/119977
#34
Nom
Erm, there are plenty.

Try this - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/118547 - the touchpad works brilliantly.


That's actually the one I have :) The Dinovo was far too expensive when I was buying.
They keyboard works very well, but I ended up replacing the mouse with a Logitech MX air, which is awesome!
#35
MadeDixonsCry
This is the budget version.

The proper version is called the Dinovo EDGE.

Please check your facts before you post such nonsense.
The Dinovo Edge is not a mouse and keyboard set :roll:

They're two completely different products !
#36
djfluff
That's actually the one I have :)

Me too :thumbsup:
#37
Heavyweight
I bought this the day it was released after months of delay. Awesome product, well it was 4 years back. Don’t see why it gets bad reviews?!? SetPoint is a mature driver package where you can customise everything; excellent build quality; the Keypad even says Hello when you power on, what more could you ask?

Still recommend you save for a DiNovo Edge. Best typing experience around but runs at about £100

Mac Keyboad / mice histry is very patchy, i've got tens of the "mighty mouse" and bluetooth keyboards lying around the office. The new ones do look "kool" (whcih is what apple do well) not sure if they work well, useless for gamers


Setpoint is brilliant, but for this product it is full of bugs. The detachable numpad disconnects all the time and has some of the most pointless features in the world. It also eats batteries. The main keyboard the keys are far too light and is certainly not designed very well for a touch typer.

The bluetooth s/w is also full of bugs and doesn't seem for me to work with any other bluetooth devices. Then I tried installing another bluetooth USB dongle which confused the hell out of the computer!

I have the Logitech LX710 which is much better for the 'business' environment. Nice and simple, with lots of functions.
#38
realblender
i'd rather get a mac keyboard and magic mouse for that price range


Having suffered the former and tried the latter, I would pay not to have to put up with either. Apple produces a nice OS but substandard input peripherals.
#39
Nom
Please check your facts before you post such nonsense.
The Dinovo Edge is not a mouse and keyboard set :roll:

They're two completely different products !


Which do more or less the same thing as the Edge has a touchpad...
#40
I bought one of these 9 months ago and it kept disconnecting and loosing pairing. I called Logitech and they said that the Bluetooth dongle is from a faulty batch so they sent a replacement. First off it seemed better but still disconnects randomly. I now use a RF keyboard and mouse and it’s far more reliable

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