Talking TV Remote Control Holder

Posted: Oct 24 2005, 5:00am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:41pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 
Talking TV Remote Control Holder
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PRISM Sales introduces the Talking Remote Control Holder in the US.

This clever (annoying) device detects when the remote is missing from its holder and periodically says "Where's the remote?" and "Please put the remote back!" It even thanks you once it's replaced.
As the costumer feedbacks on the site indicate, this gadget is used for educational purposes, e.g. "The look on my son's face when it said "Where's the Remote?" was priceless!"
Well, this gadget is not what I want. I want a remote speaking up and tell me where it is, when I ask where it is. I do not need a gadget telling me I need to put it back in a holder. The Talking TV Remote Control Holder is maybe indeed more for parents who want to educate there kids.The Talking TV Remote Control Holder will soon show up on TV commercials from the Home Shopping Group (HSG).
More details on this site.

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