Genius LuxeMate T810 Media Cruiser goes wireless
So the modern office and home wants not only to be paperless but wireless as well, and Genius answers this clarion call with their latest release, the wireless Genius LuxeMate T810 Media Cruiser. Of course, it will not come with a paperless direction, but this will be an all-new media and PC control device which offers three functions in a solitary form factor.
For instance, users are able to use it as a wireless Remote Control (by the way, how many of us have seen a wired remote control unless it is really, really old or some sort of super basic children’s toy?), or alternatively as a mouse and keyboard combination. It will not play nice with Mac OS X platforms though, since it was specially designed to work in tandem with Microsoft XP and Vista media center software.
Imagine using the Luxemate T810 to help you watch live TV, tune in to an online radio, watch your favorite DVDs, browse through your collection of photos and even surfing the Internet. Using the anti-interference 2.4GHz wireless connection, you are able to obtain full control over whatever you are doing – as long as you remain within a reasonable distance of 10 meters. Since more and more folks are working on integrating their computers and TVs, Genius intends to offer something worth purchasing in the form of a genuine controller.
The Genius LuxeMate T810 Media Cruiser will “talk” to your PC using a USB receiver, where you will achieve unprecedented wireless control thanks to four way scrolling capabilities (up, down, left, right), coupled with the “OptoTouch Cursor Control” that delivers greater cursor accuracy, quicker movement and response time. Never mind if your palms tend to sweat it out – the LuxeMate T810 will sport a rubber-coating that delivers anti-slip control and 34 hot keys for quick and easy navigation.
Any takers for yet another remote control to adorn your living room?