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  • posted byluiztamarozzi on 05/27/2015

    Pros: Works great for KODI. Very nice remote control, good buttons, long range IR receiver. Cons: nothing.


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  • posted byomarkazam on 04/08/2015

    Pros: Work out of the box for KODI running OpenElec on my Raspberry Pi Cons: None


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  • posted byTofel on 12/25/2014

    I purchased this to connect a Harmony One remote to my computer over IR and customize all buttons to perform a series of custom commands (macros). Worked perfectly with EventGhost on Windows 7 x64. Just install the "PHX01RN" plugin in EventGhost and you're good to go. The dongle and remote are I... Read more


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  • posted byFrijs on 12/19/2014

    The remote works good with XBMC. Have not tested it with other software. It takes some getting used to because of the possibility of toggling between mouse mode and remote mode, and i have not found good xbmc standaards, but i found there are a lot of functions in this remote that i want. IR does... Read more

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  • posted bySmasherDK on 06/14/2014

    Very nice remote control, good buttons, long range IR receiver. You don't have to point directly at the receiver. Good quality product. Perfect for my Intel NUC XBMC mediacenter. Haven't found any yet.. seems like a quality remote, with decent buttons :) Don't think you will find a better remote... Read more

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  • posted byhrigteri on 03/04/2014

    The device looks good, a proper remote control The USB IR receiver looks of decent build as well, simple but effective. There is a short extender cable delivered in the package to be able to put the IR receiver somewhere in line of sight, length is around 20 cm. The remote works out of the box I... Read more

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  • posted byTomerLevy on 01/10/2014

    No need to install any driver/ 3rd party software. Cheap comparing to other standard IFR controllers. Works with most standard video players / media centers. Buttons cannot be customized ! - there is no software shipped with the controller to map keys to OS commands (!) I had to find a workaround... Read more

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  • posted bysbosnjak on 11/10/2013

    I've just got second one for my bedroom. This thing just works, plug and play and use it within seconds. It has two modes (change the mode with blue button) where you can use arrows to control the mouse or use them as arrow keys. There is no need to point remote towards receiver, it works is at.... Read more

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  • posted byjamalumbres on 10/30/2013

    - Works out-of-the-box with XBMC in a raspberry pi system with Openelec installed in it. - Very cheap. - Plug and play (no drivers required). - Works in windows and linux as well. - In order to make it work neat in XBMC under linux, some advanced tweks of XBMC may be needed. Some buttons don't as... Read more

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  • posted byJonatanesram on 06/20/2013

    -It is compatible with Android (I probe it on a TV-Box that I bought at DealExtreme). -In Android not all buttons work but the most important buttons do work. -The signal receiver is the right size, not too big and not too small. -It is Plug & Play (no additional drivers required). -Easy to a... Read more

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