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The Hardware, Continued

In use: The blue backlit screen is striking but lacks responsiveness.

In use: The blue backlit screen is striking but lacks responsiveness.

I placed the remote next to a photograph to show the reflective plastic area.

I placed the remote next to a photograph to show the reflective plastic area.

The Wireless DJ sports 13 crisp and responsive buttons, including the mechanical jog wheel, which produces a soft clicking sound when in motion and contains a center button that acts as an "execute" key. Most of the buttons are backlit, so the remote is easy to navigate in low-light situations. Nothing on the remote feels out of place or flimsy. Even the battery cover is impressive, gliding smoothly on tight-fitting rails before snapping closed with a satisfying click.

The stealthy battery cover provides access to the battery without ruining the overall classy look of the remote.

The stealthy battery cover provides access to the battery without ruining the overall classy look of the remote.

A rechargeable 4.2V Li-ion battery reportedly offers up to a week of normal use. I didn't have enough time to fully test the battery during this review, but after 3 days of regular use, the battery level display showed about 2/3 full, so it seems feasible that the battery life could extend to a week of intermittent use.

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