CES 2006: Thompson gyration Media Center remote
Having used a Gyration mouse with a Media Center PC recently, I can vouch for the fact that they’re a pretty neat innovation. This Windows-licensed remote control is therefore another step in the right direction if it can offer the decent mouse pointer precision of Gyration technology and the easy functionality of Windows Media Center controls all on the same device. Details are a little bit scarce but what we know is that it has a range of 100 feet, can be programmed to control other home appliances using infrared and will cost around $149 when it launches in April.
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