Has anyone any experience with Logitech DiNovo BT or Cherry Marlin?
Thread poster: Jerzy Czopik

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May 16, 2007

I'm planning to buy a new desktop. This should be a wireless one, and I will not go ack to wired keyboard or mouse anymore.
Now the Logitech® diNovo™ Media Desktop™ Laser looks very nice, but is quite expensive.
The Cherry Marlin is less expensive, looks and feels also very nice, but is not a Bluetooth one.
My problem is, that we are using here two PCs at the time, both with wireless desktops - and they interfere. Both desktops are from Logitech now and are working with 2,4 GHz radio frequency. This would be an argument for the DiNovo solution, as this is connected to PC via Bluetooth and would hopefully not intefere with the other one.

However, I remember reading somwhere, that DiNovo makes problems when using with Trados, as the numeric keypad does not behave in usuall way. And that's why I'm asking - has someone any experience with this desktop solution?

MTIA
Jerzy


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