We give this unique pocket-sized remote a full in-depth look in our latest review.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on April 1, 2009 at 7:25 AM
Who says universal remote controls have to be big to be useful? Certainly not Universal Remote Control Inc., who markets a complete family of controls for both consumer and professional installation audiences. Their wide range of products begins with inexpensive pocket-sized clickers, and extends all the way to deluxe color touchscreens. But at that often ignored bottom end of their consumer lineup, astute consumers will find the R2-Mini
. Also known as the “Remote-N-Go”, this little 2-device clicker is advertised as being for “anywhere, anytime, anyone”. So just where is “anywhere” – and who exactly is “anyone”?
Today I’m very pleased to present our full in-depth review of Universal Remote’s R2-Mini. The review features the same attention to detail that you’ve come to expect from Remote Central, and as usual it’s also packed with plenty of photos.
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