Cons: - Their approch to out of warranty go away - No place to have it repaired - Garrantied to break - 2 adults get to used it for 4 months then it breaks - Please have a method to have this product repaired, why not?
"No out of warranty support software rarely gets updated"
12 September 2012
Pros: controls everything has RF to infrared box, but only one unit that has to have line of site with everything
Cons: software is outdated user experience and slow to setup slow to switch activities, up to 10 seconds no out of warranty support, just buy a new one! overpriced, when a remote that does less than an iPod (touch) costs twice as much
"Extremely limited compared to similarly priced devices."
18 June 2012
Pros: Decent ergonomics on the remote. New buttons that correspond to the colored buttons on TiVo and Blu-Ray remotes. RF to IR extender included.
Cons: * Cannot program multiple custom steps to a single button press. * Ugly, awkward, text-based, desktop application. * Function support is hit or miss on devices. * No IP support of any kind on $400 remote. * New account required for each new remote.
Pros: The most erginomical, intuitive, easy to program, user friendly remote on the market (under $750)
Cons: It breaks very, very easily. I think perhaps the common chicken egg has a more resilent design. This would be the perfect remote had the design team taken a few moments to study gravity. I suppose that's too much to ask.