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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Logitech
  • Model: 920-000594
  • Keyboard Description: QWERTY
  • Color Name: Silver
  • Form Factor: External
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 8.6 x 8.6 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B0011FOOI2
  • Item model number: 920-000594
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (336 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 5, 2007

Product Description

Product Description

Mini-keyboard makes it easy to download movies to a puter and watch them on a big screen TVClickPad works as a touch pad to point and click or as a directional pad to navigate menus and make selectionsWireless control from up to 30' with Bluetooth technologyRechargeable Li-ion batteries last up to a month between chargesPalm-sized mini-keyboard with backlit keys for typing in low light6" W x 1 1/8" H x 3 1/2" WIncludes USB mini-receiver power adapter and cleaning cloth

From the Manufacturer

You're connecting your PC to your TV. You're downloading movies and watching them on your big screen.

Take control of your PC entertainment with the only palm-sized, cordless mini-keyboard optimized for the way you get your entertainment.

 

Convenience and Style

  • Palm-sized mini-keyboard with backlighting: Fits in your hand. Backlighting makes text entry effortless, even in low light.
  • Compact: Perfect size for your coffee table.
 
       
 

Control

  • Integrated, dual-purpose ClickPad: Use as a touch pad to point and click – or as a directional pad to navigate menus and make selections.
  • Backlighting: Makes text entry effortless – even in low light. Enjoy two different backlight colors depending on the mode you're in – orange for cursor mode, and green for media control mode.
 
       
 

Performance

  • Rechargeable Li-ion batteries: Last longer – up to one month between charges.
  • Bluetooth® 2.0: Enjoy long-range wireless control from up to 30 feet away.
 

System Requirements

  • PC with Windows® XP or Windows Vista®
  • USB Port
  • This product is compatible with PLAYSTATION®3
Technical Specifications
  • 25 mm (.98-inch) dual-purpose ClickPad. Works as a touch pad and a 4-way directional pad
  • Thumb-operated keypad design
  • 63 backlighted keys
  • Backlighting for two modes—orange for touch-pad mode, green for media-center remote mode
  • Ambient light sensor measures current available light and turns off backlight, if necessary, to conserve power
  • Troy gloss silver with midnight black design
  • Dedicated Windows Media® Center button
  • Range: up to 10 m (33 feet)
Connectivity
  • Bluetooth® 2.0 wireless technology
  • Point-to-point technology pre-paired with DiNovo Mini keyboard. (Does not act as a hub.)
Power and Battery
  • 30 days (battery life)
  • Full-charge: Takes about 4 hours.
  • Fast-charge: Takes about 10 minutes for 1 day of use
  • 950 mAH lithium-ion battery
Package Contents
  • Logitech® diNovo Mini™
  • USB Mini-receiver
  • Power adapter
  • CD with software, comfort guidelines and help center
  • User’s guide
  • Cleaning cloth
  • 3-year limited hardware warranty
  • Full product support

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

The diNovo mini uses bluetooth and works up to 30 feet away from the PC.
Brian C. Redmon
This controller makes it much easier to use the PS3 to surf the web and perform any actions that need keyboard text entry.
anon
I repeatedly pressed the keys down to try to get them unstuck but failed.
D. Bernard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

128 of 130 people found the following review helpful By R. Tammany on March 19, 2008
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Ever since I saw and used this device at CES I knew I had to have it.

Well, it just showed up today and while it's not for touchtyping or long emails I am writing this review with it from the couch.

Most of the mini keyboards on the market are still quite large and have terrible ergonomics with some awful excuse for an integrated pointing device. The DiNovo Mini is different. The keyboard is small enough to keep with your remotes without anyone knowing you have an HTPC setup. I'm so tired of having a full size DiNovo Edge with a Gyration Remote Mouse taking up a ton of room. It's great for typing a lot on but there's no where to put it, and it's awkward using a real mouse on the couch or always holding your hands in the air and flicking around to use the Gyration.

The DiNovo has excellent backlighting that only has one flaw. It makes it too hard to see the blue function keys like the ' and " but you can see all the shifted keys easily. It turns on only the trackpad backlighting when using the mouse, probably to save power but you can light up the keyboard by tapping the large function or shift keys.

The buttons are all pretty small and the media (Play,Next,etc) are a little awkward compared to using them on a Harmony remote but it's nice to have everything on one pad and not have to pick up a remote or a keyboard or a mouse to do everything.

You can alt tab, use windows keys, launch media center and 3 programmable buttons.. There's even a CTRL+ALT+DEL FN key. Now that's planning.

One other minor issue is there is no scroll wheel for internet use.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Steffan Piper VINE VOICE on July 15, 2008
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Pros:

1. Light sensing keypad is way-cool.

2. A very simple and easy set-up.

3. Keyboard is responsive and easy to use. Fat fingers wont mind it at all and it's better than using your phone when you text.

4. The rechargeable battery seems to be operating fine and has the regular long life guarantee on it which is better than using a constant stream of disposable batteries.

5. Bluetooth Dongle storage is a plus.

6. A nice device that can and will eventually put all your fancy high-end remotes out to pasture.

7. Overall, a very nice product that delivers exactly what a person is looking for in this kind of product and ahead of the curve.

This is one of Logitech's better hardware offerings as of late.

Cons:

1. Loses connection frequently causing a lot of frustration and aggravation.

2. Slow response time that makes you ask yourself: `Did it lose its connection again?"

3. Connectivity is bit dodgy, obviously as it's now creeping up as the most reported problem from all the reviews.

4. The cover should flip back and out of the way, as it does get in the way and is annoying.

5. No scroll wheel -- a feature which would've made this really nice.

6. Connectivity is only at about 15-20 feet, so forget trying to cross your large Home Theatre system like I did.

These con's are all acceptable minuses for something this nice and this easy to use. I can't see going without it now.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. Cites on March 3, 2009
I ordered this keyboard, Logitech diNovo Mini, to use with my Mac Mini and Plex software to make a media center. While it is small, it does everything I want as a remote control. It works perfectly via Bluetooth with my Mac Mini in both cursor modes, touch pad or up/down/left/right.
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67 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Werner L. Sharp on June 24, 2008
It's a nice keyboard when it works but it regularly loses the Bluetooth connection and you need to remove and replace the battery for it to work again. Very annoying and Logitech has no workaround for fixing it. Search the Logitech forums for "mini keyboard loses connection" to see the posts.

Until this problem is fixed, I would not recommend it. Logitech support has not been helpful with this besides saying it is a "known issue".
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By mmr on March 20, 2008
As you will see from the description, there is no Mac/Apple compatibility. However, this is not entirely true. The keyboard is bluetooth and will certainly pair with your Apple computer. The mouse function and keyboard functions work beautifully. I haven't had a chance to play with it completely but the only thing I have discovered is that the function (open-apple) key doesn't seem to exist. I am sure there is a way to work around this though. The reason I gave it four stars is because the silly cover will not flip under the keyboard, it just makes things annoying, but it's minor.

See it in action on a mac here: [...]
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sasha on March 21, 2008
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As someone else said, this DOES work with Macs. I set it up last night on my MacBook Pro (10.5.2) as a bluetooth keyboard and everything seems to work. Key mappings need to be worked on, but the trackpad works very well.
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39 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Travis Prebble on March 21, 2008
I have no doubt that the DiNovo Mini is brilliant with a PC. As soon as it arrived at my office, I had it up and running in XP without any more effort than plugging in the Bluetooth receiver. Mouse control, character entry, menu use, et cetera were all great.

Unfortunately, I bought this for my PS3.

I primarily wanted the DiNovo Mini for PS3 browser use. Browsing with a virtual keyboard is intensely annoying, so a keyboard is the only option for extended use. As a character entry and mouse control device, the Mini works great with the PS3. There are button mappings for the cross and circle buttons, allowing for basic selection and cancellation controls.

Where the Mini fails, however, is that it does not seem to have anything mapped to the triangle, square, and Start controls. Triangle is used to access menus all over the PS3 interface, including the PS3 browser menu. Want to access your bookmarks with the Mini? What you'll need to do is grab a PS3 controller to do it. Want to type in an URL? Pick up a PS3 controller, press Start, and then pick up the Mini and do your typing.

Outside of the browser, the Mini also fails as a Blu-Ray playback controller. To access menus during playback, one must use the square button. Again, not on the Mini so grab a controller to pull up that menu. Want to skip to the next chapter? The controls on the Mini do forward and reverse seek only when used with a PS3. Grab a controller and use L1/R2.

There are so many occasions when you're reaching for a controller that it makes the Mini near useless. For $150, I expected a lot more from a device that has a PS3 mode. I would have been better off buying a cheap little controller mounted keypad.

I think the keyboard itself is fantastic.
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