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Remote Control Watch: Change Channels From Your Wrist

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This may just look like a cheap watch from China, but it’s actually a fully-functional infrared universal remote control with a touchscreen interface.

universal remote watch

This remote control wristwatch can operate most popular brands of televisions and DVD players using a tiny touchscreen interface. While you could probably use your fingertips to change channels on the screen, it’s best operated using a stylus since the buttons are so small. The watch has an LCD panel with electroluminescent backlighting for use in dark rooms. Of course, it’s also got clock, calendar and alarm features as well.

It’s also a Available from the online tech bargain shop DealExtreme for just $6.24. O.K., so it is just a cheap watch from China.







Comments (4):

  1. denz says:

    is this still available?

  2. mangesh jadhav says:

    Dear Sir,
    WT IS Price IN INDIA
    This remote control wristwatch can operate most popular brands of televisions and DVD players using a tiny touchscreen interface. While you could probably use your fingertips to change channels on the screen, it’s best operated using a stylus since the buttons are so small. The watch has an LCD panel with electroluminescent backlighting for use in dark rooms. Of course, it’s also got clock, calendar and alarm features as well.

  3. mangesh jadhav says:

    wt is the price in india
    Remote Control Watch: Change Channels From Your Wrist

  4. pat says:

    can i possible to get the code to set for TV and DVD as i lost my manual

    thanks in advance

    regards
    PAT

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