A tiny Bluetooth keyboard to control your media centre is a cool idea. However, the diNovo Mini is hard to recommend, particularly given its relatively steep price. If you're paying $200 for a keyboard it better be damned good and the diNovo Mini isn't in our opinion. It looks kind of cute and the backlighting is somewhat funky, but all up we'd prefer a normal remote control and a full-sized wireless keyboard hidden under a cushion.
* Logitech's R&D worked overtime... the Mini is great-looking and intuitive
* Acts like a full-size keyboard... without the full-size
* One full battery charge can last an entire month
* Compatible with the Playstation 3
* Price? ($149.99USD)
* The mouse control takes some getting used to
* No Xbox 360 or OS X support??
* The cover can be awkward (it should fold in back, flush with the device)
Ultimately, the diNovo Mini is an interesting device, getting most things right for what it tries to accomplish. Unfortunately, I think its goals are too limited, and we suspect the customer base on the PC side will be limitedâ‚¬'although PS3 owners may find it quite useful as well. What Logitech really should do is build something that combines the diNovo Mini with the functionality of their Harmony remote control. Now that's something I would buy in an instant.
(Les notes de la presse sont données à titre indicatif et représentent une interprétation du test par Numerama)