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Lenovo N5902 Enhanced Multimedia Remote with Backlit Keyboard (57Y6678)

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  • Backlit keyboard - This feature can be enabled/disabled by turning it ON/OFF at the back of the remote.
  • Optical Finger Navigation with scrolling slide bar
  • Up to 32ft of control via micro-size USB receiver using 2.40GHz technology
  • 2 AA Batteries Included
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lenovo
  • Model Number: 888011668
  • Connectivity Technology: Wireless
  • Color: Black
  • Form Factor: Backlit,Slide bar,Integrated trackball
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Connectivity Technology Wireless usb Wireless wireless
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Model Year 2011 2013 2015 Information not provided
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Item Weight 0.29 pounds 0.75 pounds 0.86 pounds 0.2 pounds
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Product Description

Handheld wireless keyboard and mouse with USB adpater

Product Information

Product Dimensions 4.8 x 5.5 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 4.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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ASIN B005L2NTTQ
Item model number 888011668
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
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3.8 out of 5 stars 289 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #243 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Laptop Replacement Parts
Date first available at Amazon.com August 24, 2011

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Not sure what happened to the product page, but this review is for the LENOVO N5902.

As you may know, the upgrades from the n5901 are as follows: Backlit keyboard, matte finish, scroll bar, and the trackball was replaced with an OFN (optical finger navigation). If you've ever used a blackberry then you know what the OFN is like. There is a bonus advantage with an ofn instead of trackball, and that is the ofn pad can be pressed to function just like the left click. So when you're navigating with the ofn, your thumb can just click to select, no need to double click with the left mouse button.

Well do I like it? Yes, very much. However, I do believe the folks at Lenovo tests these devices out on computer screens, and not real HDTV 50+ inch screens. If they did, they would know that it's a bit of work to move the pointer around on a 52 inch screen. I noticed that I was much smoother and precise moving the pointer around on my 15" notebook, but required a little more concentration and work with my living room 52" lcd. But I'm guessing it may be like this for these types of gadgets no matter what brand you choose to buy. You can go to your control panel under hardware and sounds and adjust your PC's mouse settings, the lenovo will respond to your pc's setting. I moved the cursor speed all the way to FAST and it helped a lot!

This is also very useful if you like using your notebook in bed in a lying down position. Sometimes you have to reposition yourself whenever you need to type something. With this remote, you don't have to move an inch. Laziness taken to whole new level. I like watching tv on my notebook in the dark while my wife is asleep, so the backlit helps the typing and I don't have to fidget around to type on the real keyboard.
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I bought this remote to control my PC when I use it to watch videos, to control my smart tv (Sony R520A), and my NAS box. Basically, you need one today, as you have more and more computers around you performing various tasks and fewer and fewer "dumb" devices, since in most cases you are going to use one or more of the following:

-type inside of the search box
-type paths and / or commands
-use mouse to navigate the GUI buttons

Lenovo makes three models of this remote: The old, the new and the new with backlight. I am not going to discuss the new model without backlighting, because I do not see the point of doing so.

The old and the new models have largely cosmetic differences and two main differences: the type of mouse control and the backlight. The old remote has the scroll-ball mouse, the type that you'd have on a blackberry, and the newer one has a mouse control that is just like a tiny touchpad, which can also be pressed to click.

The problem of choosing the model comes from the fact that both implementations of the mouse are horribly bad on Lenovo remote.
the type of a mouse present on this newer model is horribly inconvenient.

-For the older model, as everyone mentions the problem is that the mouse ball is too loose in it's socket and therefore it moves every time there is a slightest movement of the remote itself, such as if you move on your couch, and as a result the mouse becomes active on the screen and the your video player switches to control skin. How would you like that happening every time your dog itches?

-For the newer model, the touchpad is not sensitive to the movement of the remote itself at all, which is great, however, the mouse control is a pain to use.
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By Lucy on October 28, 2011
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Got the product and plugged in the receiver into my Win 7 laptop and it worked. Love the size of the product, love that on/off switch to save battery and love the scroll. The only minor complaint is the mouse is a little small, could have made it bigger. Works great for what I need it for.
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Granted, this model will cost you a fair bit more than many similar models on the market. But with that comes much sturdier quality and simply, easy to use design. Its not too flashy, doesn't have 180 buttons, etc. Its for the most part just a basic thumb sized keyboard with illuminated buttons. The illumination can even be turned on and off to save battery life in the day. The mouse has a small learning curve to it. If you've ever used a Blackberry in recent years, you'll be familiar with the small swipe pad that functions similar to a traditional trackball, but will less effort and less cleaning needed down the road. Its somewhat hard to miss the scroll pad on this, as its not so much a button as a friction-base area below the touchpad that allows you to scroll up and down on web pages, as well as accidentally raise and drop the volume of your videos if you're not careful. Overall, it was everything I'd hoped it'd be and just a little bit more. I've yet to have any reason to test the range beyond about 8 feet, but thus far its holding up very well.
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The unexpected thing about this was how weak the signal is. I initially plugged the receiver into a USB port on the back of my media center computer. This way, I needed to keep the keyboard within about 8 feet of the computer to make a connection. And even with a good connection the key presses and mouse movements were not reliable. I tried moving the receiver to a port on the front of the computer case. There was a small increase in range but not enough that I could actually sit on the sofa and use the device. I have to get up and walk to the computer evey time I want to do anything.

Wondering about possible signals interference, I tried the keyboard with another computer in the same room and with a computer in a completely different part of the house. That didn't change anything. The range remained very short.

I then compared this product with a Logitech keyboard/mouse that uses the same wireless technology and had the same range problems with that. My suspicion is that its the technology at fault here, not the specific product.

I have a bluetooth keyboard/mouse combo that gets much better range. In these same computers it can be used from across the room without any problem. On the down side though, Bluetooth times out and drops the connection after a period of inactivity. It then takes a few seconds to reestablish a connection when you go to use the keyboard again. That's not the case for these wireless devices. When they are within range, they react instantly. For this reason I'd much prefer the wireless device, if it had decent range. But it doesn't. So it sits on top of my media center while I use a traditional remote to do most things. When I need to use the keyboard I get up and walk across the room to the computer.
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