Posted by Daniel Tonks on August 21, 2006 at 1:00 AM
RTI has just announced the newest addition to their custom installer-oriented lineup of remote controls, the $799 USD T2-C
. Although the T2-C shares a similar model number to the company's previous T2 and T2+ offerings, this new model employs a unique design that blends the best of hard button and touchscreen controls into a single economical format. Based on PDA technology, just like the company's more sophisticated T3 and T4, the T2-C utilizes a fast 200MHz XScale processor 16 megabytes of memory, 35 hard buttons, high resolution TFT screen, plus full keypad backlighting. RTI will be showing the T2-C at the upcoming CEDIA 2006 Expo, where we'll be sure to get all the details!
The complete press release follows:
RTI Introduces the Ultimate Handheld Controller
The T2-C Universal Controller Provides the Industry’s Most Sophisticated Handheld Remote Solution, Combining a High Resolution Color Touchscreen and Hard-buttons
EDEN PRAIRIE, MN - August 21, 2006 - Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI), the pioneer in home entertainment control technology, announces the latest addition to its award-winning lineup of wireless control solutions. The compact-full-color LCD touchscreen, perfect complement of 35 hard buttons and intelligently designed layout allowing for intuitive operation, distinguish the T2-C from its competitors.
The slim ergonomic design permits effortless one-handed operation - even for those with smaller hands. The T2-C provides users control over their home theaters and distributed audio systems, as well as lighting, drapes, and other electronically controlled household systems. It features a powerful 32-bit, 200MHz XScale® processor and in the event of battery failure, the T2C's non-volatile 16Mbytes of Flash memory assures that no-programming is lost. Scheduled for release this fall, the T2-C will be available to custom installers nationwide as part of RTI's powerful control solutions family of products.
"The T2-C is designed to be the ultimate in handheld control," said Pete Baker, director of sales and marketing for RTI. "Combining the power and features of the T2C with our TheaterTouch Designer software gives dealers the ability to utilize the T2C for an almost limitless amount of applications. Not only is this controller extraordinarily flexible and expandable, it is ergonomically and aesthetically pleasing."
The bright, high-contrast color LCD on the T2-C can display custom buttons, text, graphics, and animations. Programming is easy and efficient thanks to RTI's Windows® based TheaterTouch Designer software.
The T2C retails at an MSRP of $799 and is scheduled to be introduced at CEDIA EXPO 2006, September 14-17, in Denver, Colorado - Booth #314.
Full color TFT LCD to display custom buttons, text, graphics, and animations.
Integrated high-resolution touchscreen.
Thirty-Five assignable/programmable keypad buttons.
Intuitive layout of keypad buttons for commonly used functions.
Ergonomic design permits effortless, one-handed operation.
Powerful 32-bit, 200MHz XScale® processor.
Non-volatile 16 MByte Flash memory stores your program even when power is lost.
Extremely bright, backlit display and keypad.
About Remote Technologies Incorporated
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) is a technology-driven company headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota that specializes in developing and marketing innovative home theater control products. Founded in 1992 with a focus on the custom home installation market, RTI has become the leader in creating wireless control solutions that solve the foremost challenges facing electronic systems installers.
RTI's guiding passion is centered about making any size home theater or other electronic system simple and pleasant to use. The company’s design philosophy emphasizes an intuitive and enjoyable experience of its award-winning products, from its universal system controllers, to signal storage and processing devices, and PC programming software. For additional information on RTI and all its innovative products please visit www.rticorp.com.
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