Meizu’s button remote can control most things in your home

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Meizu, today have launched a new small button remote control that can control up to 30 different devices around your home.

Meizu have launched a universal remote like you have never seen before. The small button shaped device measures only 4.06cm x 1.05cm but despite its small size it has the capability to control most device around your home.

The little control can be used with televisions, air conditioners, set top boxes, fans, and other home appliances that have a remote option.

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As an added bonus the control even has a temperature and humidity sensor that will automatically switch on your AC if temps rise higher than you feel comfortable (this is set from inside the Meizu Home App).

The Meizu remote has launched in China and can be bought for 129 Yuan.

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1 Comment

  1. realjjj
    August 5, 2016

    This is interesting but limited. Not very clear how it works but it seems you program it with your phone so it would be limited to 1 device.
    Humidity and temp sensors are a bit pointless if you have it in your pocket.
    Pricing is also rather high.
    If instead of those sensors it had motion sensors it would be more interesting.That way you could click and do left, right, up, down. Double and triple click would be nice too.

    The challenges with this product and any other such product are only reinforcing the idea that the best remote would be a watch, at least before glasses.

    You don’t have to search for it or take it out of your pocket. You have a display that can adapt , a mic and many forms of connectivity.
    Health/fitness and messages/alerts are done by everybody, payments a little and all of those are fine but nobody is trying hard enough to market watches as universal remotes. The UI is hard as you need the fewest clicks possible but doable.