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>> Brian Tong here at CES 2009 with a First Look at the Acoustic Research XSight touch remote. Now this is an IR RF remote. It's a force up to 18 infrared devices and as you can see there's a 2.2-inch touch screen that you can navigate the device. Now some things that are really unique about it is the fact that when you but this you don't have to connect it to your PC, run a software application to connect devices at your home like your TV or your set top box. You can do it directly from the remote. Now they say it has about 95% of all devices out there on the market, but if you need to, and you have like a new device that's not on there, you can connect it to your PC to get there. You can also customize favorites, TV channels that you really love to go to. You can also set profiles for your family members, so Dad, Mom, they all have different things they like to do. You can do that on the device as well. So check it out, it will 249, available sometime in May and there you have it. It's a First Look at the Acoustic Research XSight touch remote.
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