Posted by Daniel Tonks on January 26, 2004 at 1:00 AM
Earlier this month, North America's largest electronics trade show was held in Las Vegas, Nevada: CES 2004. This show is one of the most popular launching grounds for new consumer electronics and, amongst thousands of other innovative products this year, we found several brand new remote controls.
Today I'm pleased to release our fourth video, the Virtual CES 2004 Tour. It's approximately four-and-a-half minutes long and highlights several new and soon-to-be-ready remotes, including the current state of Universal Remote Control's Home Theater Master MX-3000 color touchscreen model, three new mid-priced hard buttoned remotes from the makers of the popular MX-500 and MX-700, the Harmony SST-688, which is the latest in Intrigue Technologies’ family-oriented remote control lineup, a slew of new remotes from GE, a remote control for dummies and much more!
You’ll find links to both low and high-quality versions of the video on the new CES 2004 report page, which is also where you'll find other show-related information in the near future. If you can wait for the download, I strongly recommend the higher quality version as it looks and sounds much better!
Download the video here!
Less than a week to enter!
Just a reminder that the deadline for The Great ProntoPro NG TSU7000 Design Contest is January 31st, 2004 - that's less than 6 days away, so get your entries in soon! Enter by that date and you could win one of three Philips prize packages totalling over $9,300 in value! First place walks away with a 42” plasma television and Philips ProntoPro NG color touchscreen remote control!
Sounds good? For complete contest details, visit the official submission page.
Detailed overview of URC's product lineup in two parts, plus SnapAV's OvrC, Araknis, Episode, Luma and WattBox.