Date: March 8th, 2004
Article by: Roger (Owner,
Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth
(Owner, Head Editor)
Product was donated by: ATI Technologies
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PRODUCT WALKTHROUGH & PICTORIAL
The top buttons on the remote allow you to select between
various settings and functions, such as PC and TV. There is an ATI backlit
logo button which launches Multimedia Center. There are also four AUX
buttons (all backlit) which the manual states are programmable as well
as an A and B button (both programmable). The left and right mouse click
emulators are also located at the top, along with Aspect Ratio and Drag
The mouse control is located in the middle. This circular
pad allows you to control your cursor. The movement is much smoother
with the RWII. The cursor moves much faster and is easier to control
than it was with the RWI.
The circular pad is much better than that of the RWI.
It moves simply and with a lot less effort, and you get a better sense
of control with it than with the flat, rigid button on the RWI. You
can also see the volume and channel controls in this photo, just below
the mouse control.
The bottom the remote has the number keypad, as well as
the playback controls (Play, Pause, Stop, Skip, Record). There are also
four colored keys (C, D, E, F) which can be programmed to your liking.