Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

GadgetZone; UNIVERSAL REMOTES

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

GadgetZone; UNIVERSAL REMOTES

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Byline: MARK PRIGG

THE PROBLEM with having loads of gadgets is the number of remotes you need to operate them with. Here the experts at Stuff magazine (stuff.tv) choose their favourite remotes-

NEVO SL

WITH its huge touch-screen display and stylus for PDA-esque operation, the Nevo SL wouldn't look out of place on Captain Kirk's coffee table. It can even connect to a wireless home network via wi-fi and stream content between PCs. We wouldn't be surprised if you could also drive the Starship Enterprise with it.

[pounds sterling]650, mynevo.com

PHILIPS SRU9600

YOU know what they say about people with big hands? That's right, they prefer big remote controls - like this powerful Philips number.

Mastering eight AV devices, it has a slick touchscreen display and a rock'n'roll rotary wheel for cycling through menu options.

[pounds sterling]80, philips.co.uk

LOGITECH HARMONY 895 .....

DID you hear that? The worlds of form and function just collided, spawning the brilliant Harmony 895 and redefining the laws of remote control in the cataclysm. …

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