“The first thing I’ll say about the Logitech diNovo Edge Bluetooth keyboard is that it’s very likely the most aesthetically stunning keyboard that’s ever been made for Mac computers, with its high-gloss, piano black, semi-translucent plexiglass finish accented by a brushed aluminum palm rest, all imparting an aura of posh elegance. It looks even better first-hand than it does in pictures, and it’s mighty impressive in pictures,” Charles W. Moore writes for Applelinks.
“IMHO, the diNovo Edge makes the Apple BlueTooth keyboard look like a wallflower to its belle-of-the-ball, the aluminum unit a bit stark and kind of gimmicky with its anorexic thinness by comparison. The Logitech ‘board is slim as well, but still with enough meat in its section to have just about the right amount of key travel and conventional, slightly contoured keys,” Moore writes.
“As you may have deduced by now, I’m pretty smitten with the Logitech diNovo Edge Bluetooth keyboard. The main downside is its price, listing at $159.99 for the Mac version, which is happily 20 bucks less than the Windows version, thanks presumably to not having to include a USB receiver dongle with the Mac unit. Let’s see; you could get five Kensington SlimTypes for that and have change left. However, all that high-end goodness does cost money,” Moore writes.
Read the comprehensive full review (with photos) here.