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Remote Central's News Headlines for January 2008
Monday January 21, 2008
Itís a world exclusive look at the IR4PS3, the very first infrared-based solution to offer complete control over the PlayStation 3 using any standard universal remote control. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/21 at 8:50 AM
Tuesday January 8, 2008
Showing off their latest universal remote control concept at CES, tvCompass' new Wi-Fi Digital Media Remote SR1500 offers a slew of features including a 2.2" color LCD screen, 802.11g Wi-Fi, mobile web browser, control over 24 devices and much more. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/08 at 7:42 AM
Monday January 7, 2008
Presented today at CES, Universal Electronics Inc.'s new NevoS70 color touchscreen remote control is the flagship replacement to the current NevoSL. Not only does it have IR and Z-Wave bidirectional RF, but also 802.11g WiFi with full Internet connectivity. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/07 at 7:09 AM
Sunday January 6, 2008
Introduced at CES 2008 - which officially opens tomorrow - Philips is showing four new consumer universal remote controls ranging in price from $99 to $149, all sporting color LCD screens and easy on-screen setup wizards. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/06 at 8:57 PM
Saturday January 5, 2008
Announced today at CES 2008, the new Harmony One from Logitech is the company's first new design in some time. The One adds a full color touchscreen display to a brand new hard button layout. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/05 at 10:10 PM
Friday January 4, 2008
An early release from CES 2008, Russound's new multiroom E-Series remote features a high resolution LCD screen, "clickwheel" design, 2-way Zigbee RF as well as IP networking and standard infrared communications. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 1/04 at 7:06 PM
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