Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901
Media buttons, Soft matte finish makes it easy to grip, Integrated trackball mouse, On/off switch, No drivers required, works right out of the box, Built-in storage for nano receiver.
QWERTY keypad, compact size, simple setup, nano USB receiver
Compact; excellent control distance.
Dead-simple setup, Affordable
Highly compact for a media-PC keyboard; smooth-rolling trackball; good key feedback; tiny receiver
Compact size, Excellent operating range.
Keys aren't backlit, Trackball and mouse arrangement could have been better thought-out, 32 foot range isn't as advertised.
Fragile mouse buttons.
Might be too small for some users.
Extremely poor wireless performance, Lack of backlight hinders home theater use, Flat keys prevent touch typing, No middle mouse button or scroll wheel.
No Media Center "Green Button"; Shift keys too small.
Trackball takes some getting used to.
By The Gadgeteer on October 05, 2011
It’s always nice to find a company that listens to its customers and improves a product based on those comments. Lenovo has done just that and while I would have given the original keyboard a score of eight out of 10, the current model rates at...-
By hardwarebbq.com on September 21, 2011
HTPCs: Small (and good looking) form factor cases kept aside with decent enough build for good Home theatre with speakers and LCD panels of your choice with the storage enough to store your music, photos and movies- a lot of them (and maybe double them...-
By PC Mag on September 12, 2011
The Lenovo Mini Keyboard N5901 will play, pause, and adjust your volume on your PC. It's a solid, cheap Home Theater PC keyboard/mouse solution, but given its intended use, backlighting would have been nice....70
By CIOL on March 25, 2011
The HTPC concept has finally started to catch up in India. The launch of various wireless keyboard-mouse combos clearly indicate that the manufacturers understand that need of the market and are working towards providing accessories to meet the needs...-
By Government Computer News on January 11, 2011
S After installing the dongle onto a computer in the back corner of the lab, we checked for control at increasing distances. At about 30 feet, we ran out of line-of-sight, but it didn’t matter because we couldn’t see what the monitor was...-
By Digital Trends on October 11, 2010
Lenovo’s budget-priced multimedia remote with keyboard looks like a bargain but suffers from extremely poor wireless performance....60
By Computer Shopper on July 01, 2010
Good couch-side keyboards for home-theater PCs are hard to come by, but the N5901 delivers the best balance of compactness, usability, and value we've seen....85
By PC Advisor on June 29, 2010
The Lenovo Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901 is a lesson in compromise. You don't get the usability of a standard wireless keyboard and mouse - but good luck getting comfortable with that ensemble while you're splayed out on the couch. The...90
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on June 28, 2010
It's not perfect, but this compact keyboard makes a great addition to any couch potato's entertainment center....80
By log.com.tr on December 20, 2010
TAM BOYUTLU KLAVYEDEN FARKSIZ PC'lerle uyum içinde çalışan Mini Wireless Keyboard N5901, tam boyutlu bir klavye üzerinde görebileceğiniz tüm tuşları minik gövdesi içinde bulunduruyor....80