The RF-based Harmony Ultimate is a touchscreen remote control, connected to a central hub with Bluetooth support for PS3 consoles, Philips Hue wireless LED bulbs, and the ability to control devices inside of cabinets.
Griffin’s Beacon pairs with your iOS device via Bluetooth and works with Dijit’s Universal Remote App so your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad can be used as a universal remote, without dongles or cases.
Fabien Cacheux’s Silver Arrow Concept watch was inspired by the Mercedes-Benz AMG SLS. The case opens and closes like the car’s butterfly doors and has 2 buttons that open and close the car remotely.
The ergonomic CYCLOPS controller by Genos will be sold as a universal remote for TVs, consumer electronic devices and video game consoles, and will also connect to most cell phones via Bluetooth.
Don’t just get video-on-demand but beer-on-demand with the Clicker Remote; it not only controls up to 9 components and includes 630 preset codes but a built-in bottle opener.
It’s no Wii, but the Rii mini is wee-sized: the wireless keyboard is ideal for HTPCs and includes 26 backlit keys, a 2.4GHz receiver, touchpad, mini-gamepad, laser pointer, and Li-ion battery.
New Potato’s FLPR may be the iPhone/iPod Remote to rule them all: it’s packed with 14,000 codes that not only control TVs and set-top boxes but your house’s lights, drapes and more.
Logitech’s Harmony 650 Remote is only a button-press away from budget at $100; it replaces up to five other remotes and features a color screen and one-click activity buttons.
ThinkFlood’s RedEye System goes on a welcome diet: the RedEye mini turns any iPod Touch or iPhone into a universal remote via a small 3.5mm IR adapter; it’s due out this spring.
It seems like a regular (if pricey) slider case, but the Universal Remote Case converts your iPhone into a full-featured IR remote thanks to a built-in IR transmitter and free app.
V-Day is probably the only day these Control-a-Man and Control-a-Woman controls will “work;” they’re customized for each gender, but it’s telling that both share a “mute” button.
Lenovo’s Multimedia Remote may not look like much, but that’s the point: it’s a 2.4 GHz Windows-compatible wireless remote that includes a track ball, mini keyboard, and USB dongle.
All your TV belong to Apple: ThinkFlood’s RedEye System turns your iPhone or iPod Touch into a multi-touch universal remote; it uses a dock-like Wi-Fi to IR bridge and iPhone app.
The Logitech Harmony IR Extender System is a boon for anyone who prefers to keep their gadgets out of sight: all you’ll see is a single receiver while controlling multiple A/V devices.
Couch potatoes can cut back on the clutter with the GlideTV Navigator: this small wireless remote features a touchpad and works PCs, Macs, PS3s, and HID-compliant set-top boxes.
You can’t Wingardium Leviosa your TV with it, but The Wand Company’s Remote Control Wand can be programmed to change channels and the volume with “magical” gestures.
The Logitech Harmony 1100 uber-universal remote is now up at Newegg; you’ll get a customizable 3.5″ touchscreen, infrared+RF, black aluminum body and support for up to 225k devices.
Like their other remote, the Universal MX-6000 is only available to installers; too bad, because this bad boy has a 4.3″ touchscreen, built-in Wi-Fi and runs on a 533 MHz ARM CPU.
Universal Remote recently unveiled the Complete Control MX-880, which boasts a 2″ color LCD and the ability to use your own graphics. It’s also PC programmable and supports both RF and IR.
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