The old diNovo Media Desktop revived in a single keyboard
Subject: General Tech | November 9, 2006 - 03:15 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
ExtremeTech reviews the new diNovo Edge, a keyboard designed with many functions. With a body designed out of Plexiglas with an aluminum frame around the outside the keyboard is nicely designed, and sturdy as well. Check the full review to get an idea what extra features were incorporated.
"But will the diNovo Edge be a hands-down winner in this crowded keyboard market? It certainly packs some punch. It is
Bluetooth capable, includes a charging deck (no more fussing with AA batteries) that can keep the keyboard juiced for two
months on a single charge. The keyboard stands at less than a half inch in height and less than 16 inches in length. This
sounds like a pretty decent space-saver, and quite the media appliance to complement your living room.
Aside from its appearance, the diNovo boasts several key features, some of which are hidden. With the function button (Fn)
pressed, a row a orange backlit symbols illuminate above the F keys that reveal multimedia controls and other commands like
email and VoIP. "
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