Fobis Weemote Sr. Reviewed
Posted by Daniel Tonks on December 13, 2002 at 1:00 AM
Remote controls for kids, and now remote controls for seniors. Many of you will be familiar with our earlier coverage of the Fobis Technologies Weemote and Weemote 2
. Well, the company discovered that people were finding the Weemote ideal for use with those who have memory or vision impairments. Now, Fobis has released an enhanced version of the Weemote 2, with a slightly more demure color scheme, and named it the Weemote Sr
Check out what's new by reading our short review - but if you're not already familiar with the Weemote, you'll want to start out at the beginning to learn exactly what the product can do.
[ Talk about the Weemote Sr.! ]
ProntoEdit NG v1.0 released!
Planning on getting a new Philips Pronto TSU3000 in the new year? Why not get a head start with designing your CCF Ė wait, that should be PCF Ė layout! Philips has just released the new ProntoEdit NG v1.0 editing tool for the TSU3000 (it won't work on any other model remote). This program will let you dive headfirst in the TSU3000 remote controlís brand new features.
Iím talking 16 grayshades, bitmap transparencies, nearly full screen editing, multiple concurrently open files and a host of other new goodies ("NG" stands for "Next Generation"). But donít just sit there reading this, download it now!
Also available is the TSU3000ís user manual and a firmware updater program (which wonít be of much use this instant).
Rumors are that limited shipments of the TSU3000 have already begun!
[ Talk about the TSU3000 & ProntoEdit NG! ]
New cutting-edge remote includes dedicated Netflix button, RF control.
Unique remote control concept needs your help for funding...