Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Driver
Questions about your diNovo Media Desktop Laser? We've got the answers, videos, downloads and information you need. Search for articles or select a topic. Logitech's latest solution to your PC's peripheral needs is a package of wireless, Bluetooth input devices. The diNovo Media Desktop Laser. Logitech, famed for introducing Web cameras to the masses, is clearly making a statement with the diNovo Media Desktop. This is not your average keyboard.
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Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Driver
Although comprised of three Logitech diNovo Media Desktop devices--the keyboard, the MX mouse, and the so-called MediaPad basically a remote control on steroids --the DiNovo Media Desktop is nevertheless a cinch to set up other Bluetooth-enabled input devices gave us serious installation headaches. We followed the explicit installation poster and had the Media Desktop running in about half an hour, including a full 15 minutes dedicated to the Bluetooth and Media Desktop software installation.
One word of caution: Logitech strongly recommends that you remove any previously installed Microsoft Bluetooth components to get the DiNovo's full Bluetooth-hub functionality. Connecting Bluetooth devices such as cell phones to the DiNovo's Bluetooth network so that you Logitech diNovo Media Desktop, say, use the keyboard to reply directly to a text message is a bit cumbersome and unintuitive, but the process is still better than any we've Logitech diNovo Media Desktop to date.
In the dawn of Bluetooth, the DiNovo represents one of the technology's best implementations.
Logitech diNovo Media Desktop Laser
The DiNovo devices are certainly conversation pieces, thanks to their stylishly thin and sleek design. The keyboard and the MediaPad are relatively shallow, but typing felt excellent in our tests; we even found that we typed a bit faster and more precisely than usual.
The rubber wrist pad at the bottom of the diNovo is also very comfortable, further improving the overall experience. Both the diNovo keyboard and the MediaPad are relatively shallow, but they keyboard can be propped up by flip out supports Logitech diNovo Media Desktop the bottom. The MediaPad doesn't have supports, so it doesn't sit at the same height as the keyboard does.
However, as it's been designed to be used remotely, away from your PC, this isn't too much of an issue. The keyboard includes plenty of media controls. There are Internet, e-mail and synchronise hotkeys, a sleep key, as well as volume, mute and media playback controls.
The media playback controls also double on the MediaPad. One thing missing is a caps lock light, but a message is displayed on the PC's screen when this is toggled on and off.
As it's Logitech diNovo Media Desktop the keyboard runs on four AA batteries. The diNovo MediaPad has a number of uses. It is a numeric keypad, a calculator, and a remote control for audio and video playback or photo viewing on the PC.
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Logitech includes its MediaLife software, which enables remote media access when at a distance from the computer. Although Logitech has designed the MediaPad for use as a remote, its rather large size means it won't fit in the palm of your hand, so it needs two hands to operate effectively. Logitech diNovo Media Desktop
Bluetooth messaging may sound like an impressive feature, but its implementation is less than successful.