"The left mouse click paint was peeling off. I rubbed the right click button and to my surprised, the paint started to peel off there too. This is when I should have known this was a cheaply made product, but decided to keep it. After weeks of using it, I was somewhat satisfied with it although it had some major limitation. Such as range, durability, feel, and performance. I can't be more than maybe 8 feet away from the USB receiver. The remote including all buttons are made of cheap plastic. The backlit buttons are poorly illuminated (looks like one tiny led bulb is placed in the center which causes the keys around the corner to be poorly illuminated). Typing with the keyboard is a nightmare. The feeling is all wrong and often I find keys duplicating at least 10 times although pushed once."
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Review 2 for Lenovo Multimedia Remote w/ backlit keyboard N5902
"The N5902 is an excellent item if you are using Windows XP through Windows 7. The function keys are very handy. Data input is best for people with small thumbs. The single scroll bar takes some getting used to but then is fine. Bluetooth is stable and reliable, unlike the old infrared connections. Unfortunately, Microsoft changed all the rules with Win 8, which begs for a touchscreen remote. N5902 cannot grab an app at the top and drag it all the way to the bottom to close. The mouse pad is too small. It can't easily zoom in and out like a touchscreen. It just doesn't have the functions and flexibility needed to control Win 8 properly."
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Review 3 for Lenovo Multimedia Remote w/ backlit keyboard N5902
Owned Product:Less than a week
Date:April 23, 2013
"I purchase this wireless keyboard it only allow me 1 feet away not 30 feet. I change the battery but that did not work . Anyone care to help ?"