Great key feel.
Lots of Mac-specific and programmable buttons and keys.
Built-in touchpad with mouse buttons can be used for cursor control or scrolling.
No USB receiver needed since Apple has one built-in.
Charging dock requires additional space.
No numeric keypad.
Touchpad cursor control limited.
Glossy surface shows smudges and fingerprints.
Tougher competition with Apples own hardware.
Volume slider still horrible.
By Macworld UK on October 21, 2010
It’s a shame that Logitech doesn’t make its all-white S530 keyboard-and-mouse combo any more, as we rather liked that (you can still get it for £45 on Amazon…). However, the wireless DiNovo is a very attractive alternative. t has...100
By ASE Labs on October 10, 2009
The Logitech diNovo Edge Mac Edition is an excellent product for the media center market. While the price is higher than other keyboards, for »$130 (or less!) you too can enjoy one of the best media center keyboards out on the market today....-
By Appletell on May 30, 2009
Now Logitech is known for keyboards, and rightfully so. Years of keyboard experience have enabled them to create a keyboard that’s good enough to deserve a Mac edition. They’ve really outdone themselves with the diNovo Edge Mac Edition...100
By Macworld on October 15, 2008
Logitech’s diNovo Edge Mac Edition is a standout keyboard thanks to its great key feel, very good layout, useful special features, and attractive design. Its biggest physical drawback—the lack of a numeric keypad—won’t affect...90
By Macsimum News on August 20, 2008
The diNovo Edge, Mac Edition is the newest addition to Logitech’s line of diNovo keyboards and the first diNovo keyboard specially designed for the Mac. The new Logitech keyboard connects directly to a Mac through Bluetooth wireless...80
By Gizmodo on August 14, 2008
High quality for a semi-premium price. The DiNovo keeps the same form factor as the old PC version, but adds Mac-centered function keys and shortcuts like Dashboard, Mail, Safari, iTunes, iPhoto, Expose and Spotlight, as well as custom playback...-
By cnet on August 06, 2008
In the Windows world, Logitechs diNovo edge easily beats its clunky keyboard competition. Against Apple, it stands out a bit less. The Mac Edition of the diNovo Edge is still a better keyboard overall than the iMacs default model, but not enough to...80