Monday November 30, 2009
I'm not finding as many remote control deals for Cyber Monday as I did on Black Friday, but here's some notable prices I dug up at Amazon:
I was unable to find ANY Black Monday specials for remotes at the usual suspects such as Best Buy, Circuit City, Dell, Buy.com, Walmart, Radio Shack... so if you manage to spot something, add a comment!
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/30 at 6:49 AM
Friday November 27, 2009
Heads up! Amazon has a couple of deals for Black Friday: pick up the Logitech Harmony One for $149.99
- that's $100 (40%) off the regular price. Or, get the Harmony 890 for $179.99
- that's $220 (55%) off of MSRP.
@10:00 AM EST update - turns out the Amazon remote control Lightning Deal for this morning was a Logitech Harmony 510 remote for $39.99 (60% off) - and it sold out in less than 2 minutes. Well, maybe there will be something else... head over to Amazon's Black Friday page and keep your eyes peeled!
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/27 at 7:12 AM
For the past couple of days I’ve been implementing a major reorganization and expansion of our forum system, into what I hope is a more logical and useful selection of topics and where it will be quicker to find the exact forum you need. There are new boards, renamed boards and top category changes. Here’s a complete rundown of everything that’s new! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/27 at 7:09 AM
Wednesday November 18, 2009
For the past while we’ve been busy adding, updating and cleaning up our database of universal remote control programming manuals – in total there have been 313 brand new or significantly updated files, which brings our total collection to over 1,350 manuals covering an amazing 115 different brands! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/18 at 7:11 AM
Wednesday November 4, 2009
URC has just released a major update for their Complete Control Program, starring a brand new web browser for the WiFi-enabled MX-6000, along with nearly 450 new 2-way modules and 300 new RS-232 modules to work with. A worthwhile update indeed! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/04 at 7:22 PM