The back of the diNovo has four small rubber feet to keep the board in place during use. The upper area is raised up, allowing you to type on an incline. The lack of retractable feet is actually nice, as there is no risk of them breaking off and rendering the feature useless.
A battery compartment houses four Duracell AAA batteries that come pre-installed. There are two plastic strips that need to be removed before use to prevent the batteries from being drained in the box.
As you can see from this rear angle, the aluminum wrist rest is built into the board and is not removable.
The power switch is located on the front right edge of the board. From this angle, you can really see just how thin the diNovo is. You can also see here that the bottom row of keys are raised slightly above all the other keys.
That pretty much covers the board itself. Let's move ahead and check out the SetPoint software suite.