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  • posted byplottingCreeper on 09/19/2014

    Firstly, what is not mentioned on product page is that this has a laser pointer on the side. Laser is rather bright, so works well for presentations. I had some issues with getting the battery into this remote, but once it was in, it worked just fine, and never fell out. I used this remote mostly... Read more

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  • posted bynedk0 on 04/27/2012

    * Does exactly what it should * Works out of the box (at least for Windows 7) - just mount the battery and put the dongle into the usb port of the pc. * Convenient * Feels ok, stable remote device * Works with no hassle from 2.5 - 3 m distance I really don't seem to find any, may be the laser.. I... Read more

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  • posted byelectriac on 01/22/2012

    This little remote produces standard ASCII commands. I have written a media player which works perfectly with this remote. label14.Text = "Key = " + e.KeyValue.ToString(); if (e.KeyValue == 13) navigate(); //Enter if (e.KeyValue == 32 || e.KeyValue == 179) pausePlay(); //pause/play if {... Read more

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  • posted bynicolaspolti on 11/23/2011

    Just plug and play, excelent working. ideal for movies playing in the computer. the reception is ok it cames with a winamp button it can be used as a presentation tool delivery time to argentina: 17 days the "power" button must be harder, so, if you accidentally push it, the pc wouldnt... Read more

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  • posted byArukk on 06/10/2011

    It works well, as long as you don't block the signal in any way. It came with a F to M USB extension cable, which i'm assuming is so that you can keep the reciever and remote within view of each other when there aren't any visable USB ports available :P The flashing light is slightly annoying a a... Read more

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  • posted bynosegoblin on 04/16/2011

    +Works straight out of the box in windows XP and also in windows 7 +Works straight out of the box with XBMC (win XP version) and finally giving me the opportunity to just lie down on my bed and control the playback from there - I had some major difficulties opening the locker for battery. It that... Read more

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  • posted byjuliohm on 03/31/2011

    Excellent price. Very simple to install and use. Installation cannot be easier. Just plug-and-play. Windows 7/Vista already has native ready to use drivers. Works out-of-the-box. You can control the keyboard navigational keys (up,down,left,right) or the mouse moving with the directional buttons.... Read more

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  • posted bykeepcoding on 01/04/2011

    + very cheap + battery for remote control included + very easy to use (just plug in) + cursor can be remote controlled + IR receiver is quite small + comes in a package + USB extension cable included (though it's a little bit short) - looks and feels cheap Great gadget, just plugged it in and it... Read more

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  • posted byelectriac on 11/18/2010

    No software set up. Sends standard ASCII commands to machine for Arrow Commands, Enter, Page Up, Page Down, Backspace etc. About product None. Shipping is too slow! Email correspondence take over a week to get an answer. This is a deal killer for me. Great for programmers wanting to add IR to add... Read more

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  • posted byNojdel on 11/01/2010

    Does exactly what it claims to do. Simple to operate and install. Build quality is better than you would expect considering the price. The instruction sheet is clear and concise. Delivery was slow, nearly 5 weeks. A small drawstring bag to keep all the bits together would have been handy but this... Read more

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