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For This Product: MeLE F10 Deluxe 2.4GHz Wireless Fly Air Mouse Keyboard Game Controller 6 Axial Gyro IR Learning for Android PC TV Box
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  • MeLE F10 Deluxe

    By ds***m , November 08,2017
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    Today I got him and I'm very pleased with his work. Thank you
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  • working perfect.

    By ch***e , September 01,2017
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    I've had mine for a year and its still working perfectly well. I believe the rating on this device is mostly dependent on what device(s) you're using it for. For me, it's easily the best choice... I have an HTPC with TV and stereo receiver. Easy to program ; keyboard keys work pretty good (but proof reading is required); and the air mouse is pretty solid . Just a great little all in one for the multi device htpc user.
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    It's not perfect, but compared to everything else... it's the only one.
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  • with learning more and gamepad mode

    By Pa***s , August 02,2017
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    The F10 is one half full-blown learning remote on one side. On the other side, it's a wireless keyboard / air mouse.Every button on remote side is programmable (other than the 8 device keys (TV, CBL, etc) on the bottom).
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  • remarkable device

    By Sh***A , September 09,2017
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    The MELE F10 Deluxe functions as a remarkably good universal remote .It is light, thin, narrow, fits well in one hand in remote orientation and is easy to hold in keyboard orientation. It feels solid, nothing creaks or wiggles or cracks when using it. The battery charges using a standard mini-usb, it comes with a USB dognle for connecting any device that has a USB port. I am crazy with the game mode too.It is functional enough to replace my gamepad.
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