Gyration has announced that its latest product is now available at retail outlets. The device is called the Gyration Air MusicRemote with MotionSense. The remote allows complete control of a home theater system and adds the ability to act as a mouse for a PC making it a great device for home theater owners using a HTPC.
The remote can control all digital home entertainment products and replace the remotes that come with most components. The device uses RF for home theater and PC control and IR for A/V components. The remote can be purchased now for $179.99 along or with a wireless keyboard for $229.99.
"We are excited about the early acceptance of our Air Music Remote," said Greg Smith, Vice President for Marketing at Movea Inc. "The positive reaction from retailers validates how powerful our MotionSense technology is in solving the key user interface challenges facing consumers in the digitally connected home."
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