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Lenovo N5901 2 in 1 With 2.4G Wireless Mini Keyboard and Mouse Trackball Perfect For Home Theater PC

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Item Weight222 g
Product Dimensions17 x 16.2 x 7.2 cm
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Best Sellers Rank 152,078 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight222 g
Date First Available15 Dec. 2012
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Mini wireless keyboard with track ball, Palm-sized dimensions, USB nano dongle, 2.4GHz radio frequency, as far as 10 meters control distance. Perfect for your Home Theater PC (HTPC). 100% Official Sealed Product 2.4G wireless keyboard and mouse (with track ball) combo Palm-sized dimensions As far as 10 meters control distance Windows multimedia control Compact USB receiver can be hidden and stored inside the keyboard Plug and play - No software installation required Powered by 2*AAA batteries (included) Compatibility: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Linux. Dimensions: 5.43 in x 4.92 in x 1.06 in (13.8 cm x 12.5 cm x 2.7 cm) Weight: 10.79 oz (306 g)

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This seemed ideal so went ahead and bought it.

Got it all working fine but.... it is very small and it is anything but easy to read the very small letter printed on the mini keyboard, much of the lettering is in a dark text colour, so it is impossible to use unless you put your glasses on and a few lights, you will be defeated when fumbling around with it in the dark or with low light in the lounge.

It seems ok and seems to be neat but hard work, so we've given up. If you wear glasses or expect to use it in low light forget it.

Otherwise it is ok... sort of.
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