Our sixth video, presented in widescreen, highlights the latest remote controls.
Posted by Daniel Tonks on January 24, 2005 at 1:00 AM
Earlier this month the world’s largest consumer electronics tradeshow was held in Las Vegas, Nevada: the 2005 International CES. This year the show was truly massive: 2,550 exhibitors spread over 1,500,000 square feet of exhibit space. As one of the most popular launching grounds for new electronics, CES had thousands of innovative products and new technologies and, amongst these, we found a few new universal remotes.
Today I’m very pleased to present our sixth video (now in widescreen!), the Virtual CES 2005 Tour. Just over seven minutes long, this video not only highlights new and soon-to-be-released universal remote controls, but it also gives you a little taste of what it’s like to be at CES. Remotes featured include the new color LCD Logitech Harmony 880, the WiFi and UPNP-enabled Philips RC9800i, the super hard button-laden Universal Remote Control MX-950 “Aurora”, the economical touchscreen Sunwave SRC-1600, the innovative color touchscreen UEI Nevo SL, plus many more!
You’ll find links to both low and high-quality versions of the video on the new CES 2005 report page, which is also where you’ll find other show-related information in the near future. If you can wait for the download, I strongly recommend the higher quality version as it looks and sounds much better!
Download the video here!
Features push-to-talk voice control of Amazon Alexa and Apple TV via Siri.