A Korean company named, Conspin, have just officially introduced a pretty nifty looking product. It is called the ANDI-ONE, and it is the world's first commercially available Android-based universal remote control. The ANDI-ONE is a universal remote with full IR, RF, and WiFi functionality, that uses a touch-screen with the Android 2.1 OS. Furthermore, with the ANDI-ONE you immediately have access to over 10,000 devices to program it with, since it is always connected to your WiFi internet. Here's a list of additional features:
- Group devices by room
- Set up traditional macros (to control multiple devices simultaneously)
- Download program guides from your service provider
- Search for specific shows or movies
- The device will remember the past 20 activities
- Its charging cradle is IPhone and IPad compatible (ironically)
- 3W x 2 channel speakers
- HDMI output
- 3.5-inch 320×480 capacitive touch screen
- Dedicated volume and channel buttons
- 4 traditional Android hot keys (menu, back, home, search)
- Android 2.1 with access to the Android market to install apps
- 2GB of flash memory and supports up to an additional 32GB with a micro SD card.
The ANDI-ONE will retail for $349 bucks, although it's possible to find it online for a bit cheaper. This baby is really tempting...
What do you guys think?
Source: Android.net via TalkAndroid and Conspin