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URC CEDIA 2011 Video Report Posted!
An in-depth URC booth tour courtesy of Hank! See the latest handheld remotes, in-wall controls, automation & A/V products and a ton more!
Posted by Daniel Tonks on November 22, 2011 at 7:11 AM
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CEDIA Expo 2011 Part 12: URC Those of you who remember my original CEDIA 2011 video release back in September, will recall that I mentioned there would be a grand total of 11 videos this year... and of course today’s announcement make number 12! Initial counting issues aside, this is indeed the final episode in this year’s series – and it’s a doozey!

Hank Eisengrein, booth tour guide extraordinaire, serves up a feast of information on URC’s latest and upcoming products.

Here’s what you’ll see in this video: Complete Control MX-780 color OLED remote, MX-1200 hybrid color touchscreen remote, MXW-920 water resistant remote, PSX-2 Personal Server, SNP-1 Streaming Network Player, THZ-100 networked thermostat, TKP-100 in-wall keypad, TKP-2000 in-wall color touchscreen, TKP-7000 in-wall 7” color touchscreen, a variety of IP network cameras, HAI Security integration, iPhone, iPad and Android integration, Total Control TRC-1280 hybrid color touchscreen remote, cloud-based dealer programming, an introduction to URC’s commercial applications and, finally, the brand new TSP-2000 9.2-channel A/V processor. Oh, and don’t forget a look around URC’s annual CEDIA party!

As usual you’ll find HD encodes of the video in both 720p and 1080p resolutions, plus a “regular” version for those on a bandwidth diet. The highly recommended HD versions should play on the majority of modern PCs with the latest Adobe Flash player, but if you have any difficulties try the “regular” version.

Watch the video now!

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Yea! Finally getting around to putting fixed colour buttons on their remotes, albeit lower end, but it's a start.


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