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ExpressCard Bluetooth Media Remote Control for Notebooks

Watching movies on your notebook is great when you are on the road, or even when you are at home. Now you can control your entertainment options without having to get up off your couch, which is great for the really lazy.

The new ExpressCard Bluetooth Media Remote Control for Notebooks lets you control the volume, navigate the menu, and control DVDs, CDs, or audio or video files without getting up. The remote has a range of 30 feet, and it is even compatible with both Windows Media Player and iTunes. When the remote control isn’t in use it can be stored in the ExpressCard slot. That slot also recharges the remote.

To use the remote you will need a notebook running Windows XP Pro, Home or Media Center editions, an ExpressCard slot and a Bluetooth receiver. If this sounds like just what you need then you can get your own for $49.95.

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