An ideal partner for any high-end computer, the ultra-slim Logitech diNovo Edge delivers the ultimate in feel and response. The revolutionary TouchDisc with hyper-speed scrolling and pixel-perfect control makes trackpads obsolete. A slim recharging … see full wiki
This takes up very little space, is almost preternaturally thin, and runs for well over a month before it has to be dropped back into its included charger base.
I especially like the little touch pad, which can be used to control the mouse in a pinch (a real mouse is, in my opinion, still necessary).
The action of the keys is that of a short-throw, high-end laptop, like a Thinkpad. I love this, and I can really type quickly with it. If you like something that feels like an older electric typewriter with big keys that move a lot before registering a hit, this is not the product for you. The key action is light, but has tactile feedback. One of the best in the market right now.
When I first got it, I connected it using my existing Bluetooth adapter, and it worked fine but wasn't recognized until Windows came up and loaded the drivers. This is a problem for making changes in the BIOS and other things that happen before Windows is running. It may not happen often, but it is necessary from time to time. The solution is to use the included dongle instead. It connects to the keyboard by itself, without drivers, and makes it look like a standard USB keyboard before Windows is up. Now that I've switched to that, it works just like it was wired.
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