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Handy Keyboard

Lenovo mini keybaord bIf you liked Lenovo’s Mini Wireless Keyboard, you’ll flip over its replacement. The Enhanced Multimedia Remote still easily fits in the hand of the smaleset child, weighs a few ounces and has a full keyboard composed of Chicklet keys. On the other hand, the new keypad is backlit for use while giving a projector-based lesson and adds a key for starting up Internet Explorer. The bad news: while the original keypad cost $40, the new one will go for at least $10 more.

 

 

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