Universal Remote Control MX-6000: Kinda Cool, Just Crazy Expensive

Universal Remote Control MX-6000: Kinda Cool, Just Crazy Expensive

Anthony Nguyen
Sep 8, 2008

There comes a time in one's life where justifying the purchase of a $1,500 remote control to be just downright impossible. Sure, its fancy touch screen and WiFi abilities may tickle the overkill crowd, but seeing as the Logitech Harmony runs at about a fraction of the price with the same amount of features (and even more customizable options), we think we'll save our money for another TV before throwing down just yet.

"It also includes built-in modules that when connected to the Internet can display personalized weather reports, stocks, and news, which can be customized within the remote's interface. Also of interest to digital media fans is the companion PSX-1, a networked iPod dock that the MX-6000 can control--dial up iPod-based music and videos on the remote, and have the content play back on your receiver or HDTV (the PSX-1 has component video output for optimal video quality)." -Crave

[via Crave]

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