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11/25/16 - Get the remote you want at Black Friday pricing!
11/01/16 - Wall-mount and desktop units offer 7" displays, video intercom capabilities, and whole home integration.
7/26/16 - New 10" panel offers HD video playback, built-in IR and RS-232 control, WiFi, wired Ethernet, and much more!
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Tuesday November 1, 2016
URC has just announced two new products for their Custom Installation-specific Total Control product lineup: the TDC-7100 Tabletop Controller ($600 USD MSRP), and TKP-7600 In-Wall Touchscreen ($800 USD MSRP).

These new interface are targeted to whole home automation purposes, feature 7" LCD touchscreens, and come complete with a built-in camera, microphone, and speakers for video intercom integration. The controls are designed to integrate with entertainment, lighting, thermostat, security systems and more, with full 2-way network feedback and live video support. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 11/01 at 9:48 PM
Tuesday July 26, 2016
RTI has just announced that their brand new KX10 in-wall touchpanel is now shipping. It offers HD video playback, built-in IR and RS-232 control, WiFi, wired Ethernet, and much more! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 7/26 at 8:33 PM
Thursday October 15, 2015
Savant is taking on the likes of the Logitech Harmony with the own "smart remote" designed for consumers. The new hybrid design features a color touchscreen, simplified button arrangement, voice activation, and a huge databases of components. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/15 at 7:18 PM
New smaller Wifi-connected gateway; Vivido 5-scane wall-mount lighting keypad, appliance module, RF duplex receptacle, battery operated dimmer highlight new introductions. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/15 at 1:01 PM
URC underscores ongoing support for RF-based Complete Control (MX-Series) systems by introducing the most advanced CCP remote to date. Emphasis is strongly on creative customization - this remote allows programmers greatest flexibility in graphic design and layout. Plus, graphics are stored on remote and archived in PC. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/15 at 12:46 PM
Wednesday October 14, 2015
"'Automation for All,' our recent battle cry, has taken on a whole new meaning when the TRC-820 is bundled with the super-affordable MRX-8 Compact Network System Controller. We've created an attractive (and disruptive) entry level price point of under $1,000 for an MRX-8, unlimited use of iOS and Android™ apps and this new URC remote(excluding labor). There is simply no other custom home automation package that comes close." Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/14 at 6:37 PM
Tuesday October 13, 2015
Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) today announced that it is now shipping its water-resistant WK2 in-wall keypad. Designed with an all-glass exterior, the innovative keypad has a sleek, contemporary look, while giving integrators the ability to extend control systems to zones where moisture may be present. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 10/13 at 4:27 PM
Tuesday May 12, 2015
RTI’s much-anticipated T3x hybrid remote control is now shipping! It’s been a long time coming – we first heard about it way back at CEDIA 2013 – but considering everything that’s been packed into this control, it looks like the wait will have been worth it! Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 5/12 at 8:11 PM
Tuesday April 7, 2015
URC has just announced a third addition to their Total Control lineup of advanced system controllers. The new MRX-8 joins the original MRX-10 and MRX-20, in a smaller form factor more similar to that of the previous MRX-1 and 2. Plus, a new 2-way Sonos driver has been released. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 4/07 at 7:25 PM
Tuesday December 23, 2014
Just when we were coming to grips with the idea that the Philips Pronto was good and truly gone, comes a press release from Philips that digs up the old name again. Sing praise: the Pronto is back!

Well... sort of. The new Pronto has precious little to do with the advanced Pronto remote controls we’re all familiar with, and is more Philips capitalizing on a well-known (and respected) brand. In this situation, Philips has teamed up with Peel for an iPhone-based remote control system that utilizes the Peel Smart Remote App, paired with a small Bluetooth-based basestation, dubbed the “Pronto”, which features a central IR blaster and an “IR extension cable” for home theater control. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 12/23 at 11:29 PM
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