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Lenovo [lenovo.com] has their Lenovo Multimedia Remote w/ Backlit Keyboard for $23.99. Shipping is free.
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Thank you. Been waiting ages for this to come back on sale. Best HTPC remote
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Thank you. Been waiting ages for this to come back on sale. Best HTPC remote
better than the logitech k400 plus?
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Thanks for posting. This triggered one of my deal alerts. Bought one..$23.99 + tax
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better than the logitech k400 plus?
Yes, it is better.
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Yes, it is better.
I prefer the Logitech.
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better than the logitech k400 plus?
The Lenovo is much smaller. You can use it with one hand.

Drawback is the buttons are small and it's not something you want to type with.

Best device depends on your usuage.
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Best device depends on your usuage.
This. I can't ever see myself going to either a tiny keyboard + "thumb scanner" mouse device like the N5902, or a big keyboard + touchpad combo device like the K400 or K400 Plus. I gotsta have a real mouse AND a real keyboard. But I can't fault others who like one of the other device types.

On my coffee table I have a K810 backlit keyboard (got a refurb for $50) and Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 ($13, has pretty good range and tracks well on most surfaces, though I do have a mouse pad out usually.)

A keyboard, mouse, and mousepad out on the coffee table all the time isn't going to fly in every household laugh out loud.
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OMG, yes. Finally. Got two want another, thanks
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Thanks OP.

Already have a K400r that I use in my livingroom and I ordered this to see which one I prefer for htpc use. I'm hoping the remote-like size and small keyboard won't be too bad for occasional typing so I can replace the larger K400r.
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I have an Android TV (Sony 940D). Would this work with it?
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I have an Android TV (Sony 940D). Would this work with it?
I have a x905e with android TV. Would this work with it?
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Is this bluetooth?
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This. I can't ever see myself going to either a tiny keyboard + "thumb scanner" mouse device like the N5902, or a big keyboard + touchpad combo device like the K400 or K400 Plus. I gotsta have a real mouse AND a real keyboard. But I can't fault others who like one of the other device types.

On my coffee table I have a K810 backlit keyboard (got a refurb for $50) and Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 3500 ($13, has pretty good range and tracks well on most surfaces, though I do have a mouse pad out usually.)

A keyboard, mouse, and mousepad out on the coffee table all the time isn't going to fly in every household laugh out loud.
I just use one of those <$10 mini keyboard touchpad things all over eBay.
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