Posted by Daniel Tonks on April 25, 2003 at 1:00 AM
Every now and then, something comes along that doesn’t fall into any predetermined category. In this case it’s the Radio Shack 15-2133
universal remote control, which makes use of Universal Electronics’ new Kameleon
technology. The 15-2133 can’t quite be classified as either a hard buttoned or an LCD touchscreen remote – it’s really something in-between. Much like a traditional electroluminescent backlight crossed with LCD segmentation, the Kameleon’s smooth surface illuminates only active controls and can even change a button’s label – yet still offers tactile feedback.
Today I’m pleased to announce a full review of this unique remote control, packed with plenty of photographs. Sporting that nifty Kameleon interface and a distinctive physical design, the $59 15-2133 seems like a great bargain – but could it be a case of form over function? Read the review to see!
Read our full-length Radio Shack 15-2133 review!
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