home : hot deals & information involving: electronics Friday, September 25, 2015
- Inteset Universal Remote Control for Streaming Devices $25
Many people (including ourselves) are using less cable, satellite, and broadcast TV, and more streaming media services.
Buy a Roku, an Amazon Fire Stick, or a Google Chromecast, and you can sign up for Hulu, Netflix, CBS, and many other streaming video services.
We purchased a Inteset Universal Remote Control for $25 a few weeks ago, and love it.
Like most universal remote controls, this is designed to control up to 4 devices, and is fairly easy to program.
However the Inteset is one of the only remotes that can control streaming media devices (Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Xbox One, Western Digital TV Live, etc) as well as a TV and Receiver, and is priced below $50.
They also just released an IR Repeater/Extender for $26, for controlling your devices behind a cabinet or wall.
For comparison, a Logitech Harmony Smart Control can control the same devices as the Inteset (8 devices instead of 4), but costs much more than the Inteset.
Granted the Logitech also includes an app, but these days, your mobile phone and tablet may give you the same home control features using a Roomie app.
While more people switch from cable TV to streaming services, it is good to see a new affordable universal remote controls compatible with streaming devices.
If you are looking for a remote control for your streaming devices, Receiver, and television, the Inteset might be a hot deal for you.
Dell Promo cards arrive within 10 days from purchase, and must be used within 90 days.
Dell 22-inch Touchscreen Computer Monitor for $252 when added to the cart with coupon code 8$4T4X5Q4435VN .
Be sure there are no spaces before and after the code, otherwise it may not apply the coupon.
It usually sells for at least $260.
- 4-port USB Wall Charger $10
Orico 4-port USB Wall Charger for $10 with free shipping.
This and other similar 4-port wall chargers usually sell for at least $15.
The reviews are pretty good.
We have one here, and it works quite nicely.
It is a bit bulky, and can easily fall off of a wall socket when bumped.
We suggest using this with a power strip or surge protector, instead of sticking out of a wall socket.