We take a look at Sony's economy DVR control as well as their speciality big buttoned unit.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on August 19, 2009 at 7:11 AM
If you caught our review last week of the Sony RM-VL610
learning universal remote control, then youíll know that if youíre a DVR user and have $30 to spend itís essentially impossible to find something better on the market. But what if you only had a budget of $10?
Today Iím pleased to present a supplementary review of two other current Sony universal remotes, the RM-V210 and RM-EZ4. The first is a 4-device preprogrammed remote with all of the new DVR functions that were added to the RM-VL610, and the other is a specialty purpose big-buttoned remote great for everyone from kids to the elderly.
Both of these models join Sonyís RM-V310 to round out the lower end of their lineup. As all three remotes share similar programming and operational concepts, itís at the end of our prior review of the RM-V310 where youíll find coverage of these new models. If youíre unfamiliar with how the RM-V310 operates youíll likely want to catch up on that one first.
New cutting-edge remote includes dedicated Netflix button, RF control.
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