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Old June 17, 2010, 07:54 PM
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As the title states, want a logitech dinovo edge (no minis) or similar setup for htpc.

Pm your offers please!
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Old June 17, 2010, 08:30 PM
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I was looking for one too lol, chances are very slim unless you're lucky that someone just happens to wanna get rid of their htpc. You'll probably be better off grabbing a logitech cordless mediaboard pro for $55-65 (it looks good and sleek, but unfortunately it is playstation compatible which is a big turn off- just like everything else that is compatible with consoles), or a IOGear GKM561R for around $40 (which is what I got, looks uglier but is smaller and works, PC exclusive usb which is awesome- no ps3 BS. I've heard of problems with the trackwheel with a few units though, so buy it from a company with a good rma policy).
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I was looking for one too lol, chances are very slim unless you're lucky that someone just happens to wanna get rid of their htpc. You'll probably be better off grabbing a logitech cordless mediaboard pro for $55-65 (it looks good and sleek, but unfortunately it is playstation compatible which is a big turn off- just like everything else that is compatible with consoles), or a IOGear GKM561R for around $40 (which is what I got, looks uglier but is smaller and works, PC exclusive usb which is awesome- no ps3 BS. I've heard of problems with the trackwheel with a few units though, so buy it from a company with a good rma policy).
Thanks for the info bud!

Yah, I just don't want to drop $110 for a refurb dinovo lol
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You may want to check this out even though you stated that you don't want a mini.

Lenovo - Find accessories for your laptop and desktop - Keyboards & Mice 57Y6336

I also have that IOGear GKM561R mini wireless keyboard & maybe it's just my item but I find that it can be very frustrating to use as the cursor tends to move uncontrollably sometimes when pressing any mouse button. This is regardless of distance & with fresh batteries. I should have rma'd it.

I don't know if that link I put up is available in Canada, but if so I will be ordering it soon.
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You may want to check this out even though you stated that you don't want a mini.

Lenovo - Find accessories for your laptop and desktop - Keyboards & Mice 57Y6336

I also have that IOGear GKM561R mini wireless keyboard & maybe it's just my item but I find that it can be very frustrating to use as the cursor tends to move uncontrollably sometimes when pressing any mouse button. This is regardless of distance & with fresh batteries. I should have rma'd it.

I don't know if that link I put up is available in Canada, but if so I will be ordering it soon.
The reason for no minis is that it will also be used for some office type work, so a full keyboard is a must. Canada Computers has a nice sale on right now so I might hop in there and pick up a combo.
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Picked up a cheapie combo at CC yesterday, will still be looking for the Dinovo Edge for a while!!
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