Product testers have hailed the Lenovo FC900R as an excellent pick for anyone who prioritizes top-tier build quality. Even though it is wired and has no wireless connectivity, testers from Tech Critter liked that it had rubber pads on each corner and on the kickstands to provide grip and that it also had DIP switches that could alternate the function of specific keys such as its Left Control and Caps Lock button.
Being a full-size QWERTY keyboard (wondering what is a Qwerty Keyboard?), reviewers from Rtings were satisfied with its typing quality during their tests, as they observed that its keys had standard spacing. They also liked that it was pretty quiet during typing and attributed this to a padded layer built inside.
However, reviewers were not as delighted with its lack of backlighting, which, as you’ll see in our Logitech G413 SE review, is present in the G413. They also lamented its lack of support for key programming and its incompatibility with iOS and iPads.