Universal Electronics Delivers New Advanced Voice Control Remote for AirTV Player
“No other streaming device has so many unique features, including a
full-featured remote control. We celebrate the strong consumer focus in
the dynamic feature-rich AirTV Player. Our QuickSet Cloud™ solution
enables the remote to recognize any brand of connected audio and video
equipment, and the voice control offers consumers the most powerful and
easy-to-use content search technology. The look and feel of this device
truly makes it stand out,” said
The remote features dedicated buttons for Sling TV,
“The remote is the first touch point in any customer’s viewing
experience and we want it to be simple, easy to use and highly
QuickSet® is powered by the world’s most comprehensive cloud services for device discovery, QuickSet Cloud, to ensure that nearly any device can be recognized and controlled -- empowering consumers with seamless control of the entire home theater using a single remote.
The AirTV remote includes a new control function called One Touch View™, enabling users to automatically power on devices and switch inputs in the AV system for instant access to AirTV channels with one touch of a button.
The Android TV integration powered by UEI’s connectivity solution (UAPI) extends the user interface into the remote itself, including a unique “finder” feature, designed to help users locate the remote if it’s lost, and reliable in-field firmware updates for future feature releases.
“Our company has invested heavily in end-to-end technologies to deliver
an innovative new control experience, like advanced voice navigation,
that simplify the way consumers operate their home entertainment
systems. Building the new remote for AirTV Player is a testament to the
breadth of our capabilities and our success in delivering on the
consumer’s growing appetite for this type of enhanced functionality,”
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