Logitech diNovoEdge for 79.99 pounds *Deal of the week* - HotUKDeals
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* Product Description: Logitech diNovo Edge - keyboard , touchpad
* Device Type: Keyboard
* Dimensions (WxDxH): 41 cm x 21 cm x 1.1 cm
* Weight: 940 g
* Localisation: UK
* Connectivity Technology: Wireless - Bluetooth
* Wireless Receiver: Bluetooth 2.0 EDR USB adapter
* Buttons Qty: 17
* Localization and Layout (DA): UK
* Features: TouchDisc, PerfectStroke
* Battery: 1
* OS Required: Microsoft Windows XP SP2, Microsoft Windows Vista
* Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty
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#1
Looks expensive to me, is it really worth that much?
#2
goodgrr
Looks expensive to me, is it really worth that much?


Only to Logitech shareholders. :-D

I bet this keyboard wont even work at the temperature this deal will plummet down to.
#3
Seen these before and they do seem a tad expensive when there are others available at less than £30
#4
I Have this keyboard its fantastic because it runs on bluetooth you have no iterfence no matter how away from the pc it also can be used on the ps3. Plus theres a mouse pad on it
#5
Its a very good keyboard, excellent build and very nice to use. it may be pricey but it is a quality product
#6
very good price for this keyboard. It's a luxary item, so the fact that there are cheeper alternivaves is irrelavent.
Voted hot.
#7
Voted hot as it's a really good price for the product.

As for those saying it's cold because other keyboards are available for less.... we've recently got one of these for our MD in work and it's possibly the best keyboard I've ever used (only for testing purposes annoyingly). Looks incredible, lovely to type on, easy to recharge, built in trackpad, just a lovely bit of kit. Perfect if you're looking for something to use in a living room media centre.
#8
Shame to see this deal cold. This keyboard usually sells for upwards of £100. for home theatre pcs and PS3s it is superb.
#9
Some PCWorld stores have this instore (my local does anyway) for £119, If you could be bothered
you could get them to pricematch 110% and get one for 75.99 . . . .
#10
Hot, always had my eye on this keyboard (and of course the MX Air Mouse). So so tempting.
#11
I have used a mates keyboard - and it is well worth the money for a media cenre (although he uses it with his mini Mac). It is both functional and sexy.

Hot price.
#12
It could be time to eat my words!!!!:oops: :whistling: :w00t: :-D :-D
#13
For a quick demo of the lightshow see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqcVGXJr450

The integrated mouse pad works very well - if you are interested get yourself into PC world and see if they have one on display for you to try.

There are plenty of other keyboards for £20-£30 quid that would be cheaper options, however this not only works, but is well built and can control you pc from the other side of the lounge.

What an ideal way to justify buying both this and a 42inch plasma then!
#14
BOFH_UK
we've recently got one of these for our MD in work and it's possibly the best keyboard I've ever used (only for testing purposes annoyingly). Looks incredible, lovely to type on, easy to recharge, built in trackpad, just a lovely bit of kit. Perfect if you're looking for something to use in a living room media centre.


I can see how it could be good for a high-end media centre since there's only one other competitor in that market. How is it as a keyboard in general, have you ever used any other high-end keyboards you could compare it to? (Das Keyboard, Steelseries 7g, HHKB Professional, Topre, Filco Majestouch, Tactile Pro etc. etc.)
#15
EndlessWaves
I can see how it could be good for a high-end media centre since there's only one other competitor in that market. How is it as a keyboard in general, have you ever used any other high-end keyboards you could compare it to? (Das Keyboard, Steelseries 7g, HHKB Professional, Topre, Filco Majestouch, Tactile Pro etc. etc.)


Just taking your first suggested comparison - Das Keyboard, I see that it does not have Bluetooth wireless, it does not have an integrated mouse touch pad and is not available to buy now. Also I couldnt see where you could get a UK layout keyboard either (unless you bought the blank key version and tippexed the letters on). This is so much more, as you acknowledge.

I agree that this Logitech is indeed overkill if you want to use it for anything other than a Media PC IMO.
#16
jazid
Just taking your first suggested comparison - Das Keyboard, I see that it does not have Bluetooth wireless, it does not have an integrated mouse touch pad and is not available to buy now. Also I couldnt see where you could get a UK layout keyboard either (unless you bought the blank key version and tippexed the letters on). This is so much more, as you


The Das keyboard has been out for years, they are bringing a new version 3 out but the old 2 is still availible and it is availible in a UK layout. It's not wireless and it doesn't have a touch pad, but that's not relevent to what I was asking.
#17
great price! still too expensive for me, i will stick with my original dinovo for now :)
#18
I remember paying well over £100 for this... an absolute stunning bit of kit, works like a dream!!! hot :)

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