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Logitech diNovo 102 Normal Keys 5 Function Keys 2.4 GHz Wireless Slim Keyboard for Notebook

Logitech diNovo 102 Normal Keys 5 Function Keys 2.4 GHz Wireless Slim Keyboard for Notebook
alaScore 78

15 reviews

Oct, 2020

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews of Logitech diNovo 102 Normal Keys 5 Function Keys 2.4 GHz Wireless Slim Keyboard for Notebook. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. Reviewers are impressed by the durability. The design is also appreciated, whereas there are some less positive comments about the price.

design, durability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Logitech diNovo 102 Normal Keys 5 Function Keys 2.4 GHz Wireless Slim Keyboard for Notebook is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Logitech Always...


I also have Logitech Illumination keyboard. Compare with this stuff, diNove's touch feeling seems a little bit uncomfortable but it is also outstanding compare to other brands - eg., use of energy to keyboarding. May people see and feel why Logitech is...

It is nicely working well and the feeling of touching keyboard is really smooth, compare to other brands ; Function keys are really helping me to process faster. If you have high-use websites. You can govern faster ; Long battery life is always good ;...

I have not seen yet

Apr, 2010

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Priced out of its league


Any keyboard over $50 that doesn't even have gaming level stats is a mystery to me, and I think the diNovo lineup is a dinosaur holdover from a time when Logitech was the only game in town for high-end keyboards; in a newly populated market that is...

Very good tactile response. Logitech's amazing customer service and support. Sleek, fancy. Good build quality

You get what you pay for" is simply not true in the keyboard market, and even at $50 after rebate, the diNovo is overpriced. It simply does not offer anything to justify the cost that keyboards costing far less can't match

Mar, 2010

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One flaw for gamers...


This keyboard is meant for notebooks as per the product title, which I guess means that the keyboard feel resembles that of a laptop keyboard. The "perfectstroke" system is still rather mushy compared to a true desktop keyboard but I won't dock an egg...

Compact, feels solid, looks sleek

If you don't play games then this keyboard is fine, but if you do, you are better off going with a different keyboard because this one has ghosting issues. Basically this means certain 3-key combinations won't register, which means that this keyboard...

Feb, 2010

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pleasently surprised


i wish it were bluetooth like the other dinovo

3year battery life! (i'll believe it when i see it) ; aluminum palm rest is really comfortable on a hard desk ; keys feel amazing ; for being wireless, i notice no latency issues

gamers beware - this keyboard doesn't allow more than 3 simultaneous key presses! that was a big bummer for me ; price! it can be found much cheaper elsewhere currently which is unlike newegg

Dec, 2009

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I Love It


It's great. No Complaints, Great battery life

Batteries aren't rechargeable. Uses standard AAA's

Nov, 2009

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Nice keyboard


I think a backlight would have been a nice feature, but I know it gets kinda hairy when it comes to the battery. Definitely worth the money.

Nice keyboard, has a laptop-like feel to it. Battery seems to be holding up well. Range is pretty good (only used it up to 15 feet, but not a problem with it). Logitech did away with the stupid Scroll Lock button (who uses it, anyway?) and instead put...

Wish it had a USB port to plug in a mouse so I don't have to use up 2 ports on my computer, but that's probably wishful thinking., I'm kinda struggling to find any faults here

Oct, 2009

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Good Stuff


This would get 5 eggs if they removed the silver front part and made it similar to an apple wireless keyboard.. I'm no apple fanboy, but the silver part really does not add anything as far as function or comfort..

Slim, wireless, very sleek design, takes up much less desk space than my old k/b and i can move it out of the way without unplugging anything.. (using this for a desktop)

heavy (not a con for me), the emblem in center is raised and annoying when your hand scrapes over it

Oct, 2009

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Where are the legs? Painful.


If the angle of the keyboard does not effect you then by all means this keyboard will be an excellent replacement.

The keyboard is beautiful. I have lots of potential wireless interference and this keyboard suffers from none of it. It also has a better range than I expected. I love the shallow keystroke and low noise when typing

There are no legs on this keyboard ; I bought this as a replacement for my notebook ; FAIL ; My biggest problem with my notebook is that the keyboard sits parallel to the desk. After typing 8 hours a day my wrist hurt some thing fierce. I don't have...

Sep, 2009

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Good keyboard


could use some backlighting give me my num lock key back

light presses ; feels solid ; does what its suppose to do

Silver part on the bottom feels as if it would scratch easily and it does ; Glossy black part attracts fingerprints like no other ; No num lock key ; sometimes i can hear the keyboard squeaking ; always slanted at an angle

Sep, 2009

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uses 4xAAA batteries


I got many conflicting battery info before buying this, some say that it uses 2xAA, some say 3xAAA. They one I got uses 4xAAA.

Looks good, easy to type on, small foot print

Sits low on the desktop, doesn't have legs to prop it up

Aug, 2009

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