Logitech diNovo Mini Remote/Keyboard ReviewSagittaria - May 21, 2008
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Installing the diNovo Mini’s drivers and software shouldn't be too difficult - after all, I should only need to install the Bluetooth receiver, and Windows should take care of that via Plug-and-Play. Sure enough, the receiver was indeed Plug-and-Play compatible; it appeared as a standard hub and keyboard when I plugged it in to my PC.
So what’s on the drivers CD, since it doesn’t contain software pertinent to the remote, which is essentially a standard keyboard and mouse? I have not a clue; the manual claims that it contains "SetPoint" software that can be used to create key shortcuts and adjust cursor speed. Yet, after installing the program, I saw no such options – only generic support and updates. I uninstalled the program since it had no real purpose.