Lenovo wireless mini keyboard mouse combo N5901 - £29.47 delivered @ Deal Extreme - HotUKDeals
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Possibly the ultimate mini keyboard/mouse combo to have for your Media Centre PC?!

Key Features:
- 2.4GHz wireless keyboard and mouse combo
- optical trackball for smooth mouse movements
- Palm-size dimensions
- Nano USB Dongle (stores away inside the mouse for safe keeping)
- Up to 10 meters control distance
- Windows multimedia control
- Support: Windows 7 / Vista / XP / 2000
- Dimension: 124 x 135 x 25mm (approx.)
- Weight: 107g

Package Contents:
- Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901
- Nano Dongle
- AAA Batteries x 2
- User's Manual

Pros:
- perfect size and shape
- uses std AAA batteries

Cons:
- keyboard is not backlit
- glossy finish makes it a fingerprint magnet
- not Bluetooth compatible
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#1
#2
Now, can they please make one for ME with a nipple (trackpoint) instead of a trackball. :x
#3
Good find
#4
SUMMONER;8508944
Now, can they please make one for ME with a nipple (trackpoint) instead of a trackball. :x


Me too - I'm not fond of trackballs, and trackpoints (particularly those on Thinkpads) are excellent.

Regards,

White.
#5
this looks pretty sweet. must.....resist.......
#6
No backlight is a shame.
#7
ro888;8509698
No backlight is a shame.

There is also a Rii mini. It's nearly twice the price, but does have a backlight, laser pointer and rechargeable battery built-in. Touchpad is a big no no for me on this one. Link

http://whollysblog.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/rii-mini-wireless-keyboard.jpg
#8
Good find
#9
Very nice find! I saw this as a news article a while back but couldn't find it anywhere for sale so this looks great.

John
#10
Looks OK this - I have the DiNovo Mini from Logitech.
Whilst it's probably twice the price it does have a backlight and the keyboard looks identical as it happens.
The Logitech one has a touchpad too, and I don't find it that great - maybe I just need to adjust the settings :?
#11
Thanks for posting, nice looking product, still a little expensive for my liking. £20 would be a pretty good price.
#12
Does it come in red?
#13
oooo - this could be ideal for my ubuntu-ed joggler :-D

H+R
#14
I think this looks great, it would be good if it had backlighting but you can't expect it at this price.
Very very tempting......

OK couldn't resist, just bought one :)

H+R
#15
the Rii mini looks very very nice
#16
This is great and made by a quality Manufacturer. I Just ordered one for use with a small form factor pc next to my 50" plasma. So i will be able to surf the net from the comfort of my sofa using this on a large screen. Great bargain!
#17
+ Duty
+ VAT
+ Delivery company handling fee.
#18
tomj
+ Duty
+ VAT
+ Delivery company handling fee.


Very unlikely to have to pay any of those.
#19
mickyd67
Looks OK this - I have the DiNovo Mini from Logitech.
Whilst it's probably twice the price it does have a backlight and the keyboard looks identical as it happens.
The Logitech one has a touchpad too, and I don't find it that great - maybe I just need to adjust the settings :?


My logitech dinovo mini touchpad is not great either. Ive got two and theyre both the same, they work great for 10mins or more but then jumps around and i have to remoe the battery to get it to work. The Lenovo is actually an optical track ball so should work very well.
#20
I'd highly recommend this keyboard from Keysonic:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Keysonic-Wireless-Keyboard-Integrated-Frequency/dp/B000L10Y5E

Had mine for four years now and it's been flawless.
#21
http://www.mobimega.com/lenovo-n5901-mini-wireless-keyboard-2-4ghz.html

Compatible with Windows® 2000, Windows® XP, Windows Vista®, Windows® 7 and Playstation 3
#22
tomj
+ Duty
+ VAT
+ Delivery company handling fee.


That's what I was thinking
#23
SUMMONER
There is also a Rii mini.


I prefer that one :thumbsup:
although you might like to know I've just found it cheaper here

http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.35354
#24
I use my WiiMote - it's awesome. Still need a wireless keyboard like, but hey, it's great.

All you need is software like GlovePie.
#25
wideawakewesley
I'd highly recommend this keyboard from Keysonic:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Keysonic-Wireless-Keyboard-Integrated-Frequency/dp/B000L10Y5E

Had mine for four years now and it's been flawless.


I've had the same for 18 months, and although it certainly hasn't been flawless (the keys started to fall off it after 16 months of fairly heavy use) it was good enough that I've bought the same again and am quite willing to replace it every year or two for the sake of £30.
#26
ilikewatch;8512530
I've had the same for 18 months, and although it certainly hasn't been flawless (the keys started to fall off it after 16 months of fairly heavy use) it was good enough that I've bought the same again and am quite willing to replace it every year or two for the sake of £30.

I have one of those too, works great (also I do hate it's trackpad with a passion). :thumbsup:
#27
No Function keys is a bit of a downer.
#28
wideawakewesley
I'd highly recommend this keyboard from Keysonic:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Keysonic-Wireless-Keyboard-Integrated-Frequency/dp/B000L10Y5E

Had mine for four years now and it's been flawless.


My wife uses the same one with a 40 inch TV as a monitor, absolutely brilliant.
#29
anybody using the keysonic under linux? I'm fairly sure it's fine as it's just standard RF but wanted to ask
#31
wideawakewesley
I'd highly recommend this keyboard from Keysonic:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Keysonic-Wireless-Keyboard-Integrated-Frequency/dp/B000L10Y5E

Had mine for four years now and it's been flawless.


Amazon marketplace, I'd rather take my chances with DE
#34
dc2447
anybody using the keysonic under linux? I'm fairly sure it's fine as it's just standard RF but wanted to ask


Mine works fine in Linux. Hell, even works in the Xbox!
#35
mojo8472
Mine works fine in Linux. Hell, even works in the Xbox!
Thanks, going to see if I can get one from a more reliable vendor than amazon marketplace
#36
dc2447
Amazon marketplace, I'd rather take my chances with DE



Black version is sold by amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Keysonic-ACK-540RF-Wireless-Keyboard-Integrated/dp/B002D117JW/ref=dp_cp_ob_ce_title_2
#38
SUMMONER
There is also a Rii mini. It's nearly twice the price, but does have a backlight, laser pointer and rechargeable battery built-in. Touchpad is a big no no for me on this one. Link

http://whollysblog.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/rii-mini-wireless-keyboard.jpg


Bit cheaper here:

http://www.tomtop.com/24ghz-24g-wireless-rii-mini-pc-keyboard-with-touchpad_p10332.html?cPath=148_339_157&zenid=agcjp8arusu5k1a4plf8a97c26

Free worldwide shipping (though like DX will take ages from Hong Kong).

You can get it even cheaper if you bid for them through everyone's favourite auction site.
#39
Xeijin
Free worldwide shipping (though like DX will take ages from Hong Kong).

Er, shipping from Hong Kong doesn't take ages at all - packages usually arrive within a week !
#40
Ahhhhh...ordered!!!

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