Universal Electronics Demonstrates Voice Recognition and Motion Navigation in an Elegantly-Designed Wi-Fi Direct Remote Control at CES 2013
SANTA ANA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 9, 2013--
The UEI Leaf platform leverages Wi-Fi Direct connectivity to extend the ubiquitous use of Wi-Fi in home entertainment devices to the remote control, with virtually no compromise in power, latency, and cost versus competing technologies.
The UEI Leaf platform offers high data-rate, low latency, and ultra-low power by utilizing Wi-Fi Direct RF technology to deliver features such as voice-based user recognition, voice search, and motion control in a small form factor with very low power requirements, and minimal integration.
"By utilizing Wi-Fi Direct, we are able to build uncompromising control solutions that are optimized for form and functionality," says
Live demonstrations are planned at UEI's booth 20211 in South Hall 1 at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in
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Benny Canady, UEI Corporate Marketing and Public Relations