Posted by Daniel Tonks on January 2, 2004 at 1:00 AM
A big thank-you!
As we begin 2004, I’d like to take this opportunity to express my deep appreciation to everyone who has supported Remote Central over the past year. With difficult times still threatening the existence of many Internet sites, we couldn’t have survived without the positive support of each and every one of you. Let’s hope that 2004 is a great year for all of us!
New Sony remote control reviews!
You’ve seen them in big box electronic stores and in the “audio video” area of discount retailers. You may have even seen them in the impulse purchase section of your favorite grocery store. They’re those inexpensive preprogrammed universal remotes, hermetically sealed in clear plastic and stacked ten deep on wire pegs.
In this case, we’re talking about a quartet of under-$20 preprogrammed universal remote controls from Sony: the 7-device RM-V402, 5-device RM-V302, 4-device RM-V202 and the big-buttoned 2-device RM-EZ2. Although these models are certainly basic in terms of features and capabilities, sometimes all you really need is a simple, economical remote for controlling essential device functions.
Today you’ll find our complete in-depth review of these four models, packed (as usual!) with plenty of photographs and juicy details.
Read all about the Sony RM-V402!
Of course you want to win!
Just a reminder that the deadline for The Great ProntoPro NG TSU7000 Design Contest is January 31st, 2004! Enter by then 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.
New cutting-edge remote includes dedicated Netflix button, RF control.
Unique remote control concept needs your help for funding...