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Lenovo N5902 Multimedia Remote


$51.99 Released September, 2011

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Improved on earlier version based on customer feedback. OFN (optical finger navigation) pad can be pressed to function just like the left click. Performs well with PS3 (compatible).

The Cons:Pretty small- feels like you're texting on a phone when you type.

The Lenovo N5902 Multimedia Remote is an update to the N5901 mini keyboard, swapping the fingerprint-friendly piano gloss finish for a matte exterior, as well as exchanging the tracking ball for an optical pointer.

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Product Shot 2 Also added are backlit keys which makes it much more convenient for it's intended use as a home theater PC control device, along with a rigid scroll bar located under the pointer and updated left and right mouse back buttons above it. No installation is required other than plugging in the USB nano dongle into your computer and placing a pair of AA batteries in the device, and it operates at a radio frequency of 2.4GHz at up to 30 feet away from the computer. Battery life is rated at about three months of normal use, and it is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, Vista and 7. Lenovo have made the N5902 even more tempting by offering a coupon upon it's release for 50% off of the manufacturer price when ordering online.

Features

  • 2.4G wireless keyboard and OFN (optical finger navigation) with Slide Bar
  • Pocket-sized keyboard & mouse in One hand-held device
  • Ultra-small USB receiver - plug and play, no driver install
  • Black-light keyboard with on/off switch to save battery life
  • Up to 3 month Battery life (two AA)
  • Range up to 30 feet
  • Compatible with Windows 2000 ,XP, Vista & Windows 7
  • Updated left and right mouse buttons

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Pros
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    Improved on earlier version based on customer feedback

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    OFN (optical finger navigation) pad can be pressed to function just like the left click

  • 1

    Performs well with PS3 (compatible)

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    Performs well even when you use it from farther distances

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    If you have it on backlit, whenever you type, the board lights up

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    Batteries (2 AA) last for months and are easy to change

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    Easy to setup on your PC to suit your personal preferences

Cons
  • 1

    Pretty small- feels like you're texting on a phone when you type

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