We review the latest IR4PS3 in our continuing coverage of six IR-to-Bluetooth adapters for the PS3.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on May 19, 2009 at 7:00 AM
Welcome to day three of Remote Central’s Week of Advanced PlayStation 3 Control!
Each day this week we’re bringing you a new review for one of six sophisticated infrared-to-Bluetooth adapters that offer universal remote control owners uncompromising control over their Sony PS3 game console. Whether you use the system as a Blu-ray disc player, a music player, a video streamer or even an actual game system, these advanced converters offer you from-the-couch convenience to turn the PS3 on and off, along with a full complement of 51 different functions.
Once again we have a brand new review for today, with complete coverage of the IR4PS3 version 3. You may remember that the IR4PS3 was the first PS3 IR-to-Bluetooth converter revealed to the public, and that we’ve previously reviewed a prototype unit. Today’s IR4PS3 is significantly different from that early version, and is available in two versions: an economical do-it-yourself kit, or fully assembled.
Stay turned each day this week for the next segment in our review, culminating on Friday with both the final adapter and our conclusion!
Also visit our new PS3 Control Forum.
"Harmony Ultimate" hybrid touchscreen and "Harmony Smart Control" models join the ranks.
Our full review of this hybrid touchscreen/hard buttoned control that claims to be “the world’s easiest universal remote”.