Posted by Daniel Tonks on November 7, 2005 at 1:00 AM
First up to report today, a short while ago our completed text report on the CEDIA Expo 2005
went live. This expands on our earlier video report with further details on numerous new remote control products from AMX, Harman/Kardon, Logitech, Niles, Philips, RTI, Thomson, URC and Xantech.
You can check out all of our coverate of the show here Ė and, if you havenít seen it already, be sure to download our Virtual CEDIA 2005 Tour video available in high definition!
Star Wars DVD Review
Itís been quite a while since we last covered a DVD movie (Iím buried by too many remotes!), so I felt that the time was right to write up another. And what better way to start than with a Star Wars film?
Today Iím pleased to present my complete review of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, the keystone film to the Star Wars saga. Check out my thoughts on the overall release quality and selection of bonus materials!
[ Talk about DVD movies! ]
New forum for the UEI NevoSL!
Next, due to a sudden increase in requests this past week Iím pleased today to announce a brand new forum for discussion of Universal Electronics Inc.ís NevoSL color LCD touchscreen remote control. The NevoSL is a standalone Windows CE-based universal remote that, besides for having the same name as the original Nevo integrated remote software, barely resembles that product.
The NevoSL is far more sophisticated control with a high-end physical design featuring built-in WiFi and UPnP support, 32mb RAM and 64mb SDRAM, rechargable lithium ion battery, USB interface and 17 hard buttons. Whatís more, it also uses the incredibly capable NevoStudio PC software for programming.
Although this new forum only launched late Sunday evening, Iíve consolidated various NevoSL threads that were scatted around the other forums to help make it easier to find previous NevoSL discussions.
[ Talk about the UEI NevoSL! ]
All files uploaded...
Last but not least, Iíd like to mention that all queued uploaded files have been entered into our file areas. Have something that youíd like to share with the remote community? Send it to us!
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