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Date: February 7th, 2003
Article by: Roger (Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Tekgems
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS


Infrared Serial receiver with 9-pin port connector
Credit Card sized Remote Control


Current Supported Programs and Decoders:


ATI MultiMedia Center
Chromatic Research Mpact2
CineMaster Software Engine
CoolDVD
Creative Encore Dxr2 and Dxr3
Creative PlayCenter and PlayCenter2
LuxSonor LS-220 (Creative Labs CT7160 Inlay Decoder Card)
Microsoft Media Player
Microsoft Media Player 7
PowerDVD
RealMagic Hollywood+
RealMagic XCard
WinAmp
WinDVD

 

PRODUCT COMPOSITION



The package comes bubble wrapped in a small cardboard box. It is all packed very safely for transit.



Within you will find the receiver (which hooks up to your pc via an outdated serial connection), the credit card sized remote control, a lithium battery and a burned CD which includes the software bundle and instructions.



The remote is very small. This is one of its selling features. It is the same width and height as a credit card although it is thicker. You can see how it looks next to the standard sized lithium battery. The remote fits right into your palm.



Here is a close-up shot of the receiver. It has that whole Star Trek thing happenin'. The IR receiver only works with this remote. You cannot configure it to work with other devices.


 


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