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Friday January 22, 2010
Further details from Sony’s dealer site reveals the third and final new universal remote control for today, the more advanced RM-VLZ620. This time you get control over 8 devices, full infrared code learning, 12 system macros, an updated button layout and an ergonomic design optimized for DVR and BD users. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/22 at 8:03 AM
Information was found this morning on Sony’s dealer site for three brand new economical universal remote controls. Here we bring you the first details on the preprogrammed 4-device RM-VZ220 and 7-device RM-VZ320, both of which include an all new ergonomic design and loads of hard buttons for DVR users. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/22 at 7:43 AM
Thursday January 7, 2010
VIZIO, the brand best known for their LCD televisions, is branching out into other arenas including speakers, headphones, wall mounts and even “electronic cleaning foam”. But of interest to us today is the company’s new XTR100 universal remote with a 3.5" LCD touchscreen. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 11:45 PM
Sling Media has introduced the Sling Touch Control 100, a new touchscreen remote control that interacts with SlingGuide-enabled DVRs through the local WiFi network, providing users with a fully searchable program guide in the palm of their hand. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 11:22 PM
GE-slash-Jasco may not be the first brand name that jumps to your mind when thinking of universal remotes, however the “economical” end of the market is huge and they’ve been a strong player for many years. Today at CES they’re introducing a new 6-device hard buttoned remote called the GE 6-in-1 Universal DVR Remote. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 11:46 AM
Updated! Remote Technologies Inc. is branching out with a new marketing identify under the Pro Control name and a completely new series of products targeted to custom installers. To begin, four products will be offered: a pair of hybrid touchscreen/hard buttoned remotes, plus two sophisticated RF control processors. Read more...
Audiovox, the brand name behind many other brand names, has announced a pair of basic universal remotes at CES 2010. The first is a model from RCA with voice-enabled control, and the second is a One For All with SmartControl. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 12:52 AM
Wednesday January 6, 2010
The second product announced today that promises to turn your iPhone or iPod Touch into a full-featured universal remote control is the from NewKinetix. The Rē supports macros, learning, a preprogrammed code database, and nearly unlimited devices. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/06 at 11:54 PM
It would appear that the iPhone and iPod Touch universal remote market is starting to heat up. The first announcement comes from L5 Technology, who has developed a small add-on piece of hardware and an App compatible with all iPhone and iPod Touch models, which turns the devices into a full featured universal remote control. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/06 at 11:32 PM
Tuesday January 5, 2010
RTI doesn’t normally exhibit at CES. I’m not even sure it’s happened in the past. However RTI’s press agency recently sent out a bit of a teaser email, claiming that the company will be exhibiting. And cross-referencing that with the official CES 2010 exhibitor list has revealed that they will indeed be there, but not under the usual Remote Technologies Inc. name. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/05 at 11:46 PM
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