Just heard that Logitech released a laser version of the DiNovo set. I've been eyeing this combo, but was put off by the slow Bluetooth data recepetion rate (in the old version) causing mouse lag in games.
Now that it's Bluetooth 2.0 EDR, I'm thinking that that issue has been resolved? Anyone with a set care to give your take on the DiNovo Laser for gaming?
While I havn't seen the laser set yet, I played around with a DiNovo set for a while at BestBuy (they had one set up on one of their demo computers) and it really didn't seem to be fit for gaming. I was looking to buy the set, but the keys just were not very comfortable, and my fingers kept bumping into each other just trying to type. I guess that is partially because I am not used to laptop keyboards, which the DiNovo is very similar to, but I don't see it working well for most gamers.
I was considering buying, then i saw the price, then i saw a new one(the MX5000)