Included inside the retail package is the keyboard itself, important information booklet, user guide, SetPoint 4.60 software disc and the USB wireless receiver.
This diNovo looks a whole lot like the diNovo Edge we reviewed a couple of years ago in that it shares the same glossy piano black bezel and brushed aluminum wrist rest. This is really where the differences end, however, as this newer model is completely different in terms of layout. What we have here is more or less a full size, regular desktop style keyboard, complete with a number pad on the right side. Gone from the Edge are the hot keys on the left and volume and mouse touch pads on the right.
A closer look at the new diNovo reveals nine programmable Function keys across the top of the board, as well as media control keys and even an eject button. Just above the keypad we find audio controls and a conveniently placed calculator button as well as a tiny battery indicator LED.
The unit also shares the same overall sleek and slim design as the previous Edge, making it easy to transport and use both in and out of the office.
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