Logitech diNovo

My current favourite mouse / keyboard combo is a Logitech diNovo for Notebooks keyboard with a Logitech MX1000 mouse (which for some reason has dissappeared from Logitech’s website) though if I were buying a mouse today I’d get the MX Revolution.

Anyway, Logitech use a combined receiver for the mouse / keyboard combos but because I don’t use the diNovo sets mouse I have the receiver from the MX1000 as well. I was wondering whether I could connect the MX1000 to the diNovo receiver and free-up a USB port. A look on Google revealed nothing so I decided to give it a go and found that yes, it does work. In my case it seems that the receiver is too far from the mouse to get a smooth signal so I’m back with the MX1000 unit but if the receiver were on my desk it would work fine.

One more thing; and this applies to all modern Logitech keyboards / mice and probably most other brands too; if the performance is poor with jerky mouse movement or missed letters while typing, it could be weak batteries, or it could be the channel it’s using. In the case of the Logitech models, press the connect button on the receiver followed by the connect button on the mouse or keyboard and give it a try. Repeat until (hopefully) a good connection is made. It’s important to note that on a shared receiver the different devices are connected individually, so if one device is connected well and one isn’t, reconnecting the misbehaving device won’t affect the other one.

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