The Wand Remote Control Brings Magic To Your Living Room

Posted: Sep 22 2009, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:23pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
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The Wand Remote Control aka Kymera Magic Wand is a Wand like Harry Potter swings it. The only difference this wand can actually control your TV. The Wand Remote Control can learn up to 13 infra-red codes form your remotes that clutter your living room table.
Simply swish, whirl and flick to change channels, adjust volume and much more.
To add to its supernatural nature, the Wand also features a ‘heartbeat’ in the form of various pulses that confirm gesture recognition and tell you when the batteries are low. It even goes into sleep mode after 60 seconds of inactivity and ‘wakes’ when you pick it up.

The Wand Remote can be a fun gift for Harry Potter fans, as long as they do not have a complete home theater to control. In that case a "magical" Harmony Universal remote control would be more suitable.

The Wand Remote Control is available for pre-order in the UK on Firebox for £49.99 (~$80). See also the "magical" site of the The Wand Company, which is making and marketing the Kymera Magic Wand.

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