So we have us a sleek little universal remote here. It ain’t no everyday universal remote either. It’s a high maintenance, 800$, “I’ll have it my way or the highway, and don’t let the door hit ya where the Good Lord split ya” kind of remote. That’s right, and she deserves it too.
See, she does what you pay for, and then some.
The NevoSL is unique compared to other universal remotes in that it comes both with a standard infared port for controlling tradition AV components, as well as a WiFi connection for access to PC and other network appliances. Running Microsoft Windows CE 4.2 on a 203 MHz embedded processor, the NevoSL is essentially a mini-computer. The user interface consists of 17 programmable keys, a scroll wheel, and a 3.5 inch touchscreen LCD display.
Enough said folks.