12-03-2008 09:43 PM
I'll start off with the question so you guys can skip the rest. I've had my Edge for about a year now and it's starting to get a bit icky (hairs and other unkown gunk under the keys). I was wondering if you have any suggestion on how to clean it. It's not a serious problem at all, I'm just curious and couldn't find the info anywhere else (and I won't clean it unless I'm sure I won't break it. hahaha).
And now for the love (cause, from what I've seen, nobody posts when they like something, they're too busy using it!). As I said earlier, I've had the keyboard for about a year and I've loved it! The design is great with a simple layout and the black with brushed aluminum is just awesome. The placement of all the important keys and media controls are in the right place (right along the horizontal centerline of the keyboard where my hands are located). There's no annoying LEDs. I just recently read an message on this board about the missing numberpad, and I gotta tell ya, I really haven't suffered from it's loss. And I do program, so it not like I use email for five minutes and I'm done with the computer for the day. Even when I had a number pad I never used it, it just cluttered up my keyboard. Being wireless and rechargable really makes me happy (now I'm not chained to my desk if I want to use the computer and I never have to worry about batteries). Anyway. Logitech, I'd give it 10 out of 10 if my ratings counted for anything. It looks great. It feels great (weight, size, textures, and the pressure required to click a key). It has super long battery life. Gah! Can't put it all in words, so I'll leave it there before everybody thinks I'm some weirdo. ;-)
12-05-2008 01:05 PM
As I have ruined my G15 with dreaded water spillage, I am using the Edge as a replacement for the time being, and I can honestly say I forgot how good this keyboard was to use. THe only cleaning solution i can offer is holding down an adjacent key and using a cotton bud (I know it's time consuming, but hey, the key spacing is pretty small!)
Hope this helped, and I also hope as an owner of finding a quicker cleaning solution (:
07-12-2009 03:57 PM
The can of compressed air worked well for me on my diNovo Edge.
Putting the nozzle extender at an angle between the keys blew out a lot of stuff a Q-tip or other swab wouldn't have reached/