[mythtv-users] Which remote?
Dean at collins.net.pr
Sun Aug 7 03:47:08 UTC 2005
The visor module only gives you extra range for pd air to work, software
for something similar is available for almost all pda's.
Having looked at this extensively, for the cost of the pda you may just
as well buy a Phillips Pronto.
Does exactly the same job, same price, but purpose built for what it's
designed to do.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org [mailto:mythtv-users-
> bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Howard Cokl
> Sent: Saturday, 6 August 2005 8:05 PM
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> Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Which remote?
> --- mythtv at sci.fi wrote:
> > I've been thinking about a PDA turned into a RC,
> > since it can be used a
> > bit more diversly. Problem is that I don't know how
> > well "good" it is as
> > an RC, never tried, I mean how good the feel, etc
> > is. The funny thing
> > about RC's is that an RC is a lot harder to make
> > than it seems, it
> > really needs thought if you want it to be good, and
> > I'm annoyed by every
> > product giving their own RC, instead the price could
> > be dropped, and
> > with the saved money everybody could buy one good
> > RC, instead of all
> > these crappy RC's I have my home full of ;-)
> > But does anybody have experience with PDA's as an RC
> > ?
> I found something about this a while ago, even found a
> springboard module for a visor but ended up blowing it
> off since I have a wireless keyboard and a learning
> remote. I figured it would be cool but the WAF would
> be low and I'm still struggling with the WAF. If I
> find the links I was looking at I'll let you know.
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