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Air Music Remote: One controller for all your media needs

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Movea’s Gyration Air Music Remote with MotionSense may have the longest and stupidest name of all time, but don’t let it fool you because it offers home entertainment buffs the choice of controlling all their media with one remote. The GAMR connects to Windows Media Player and iTunes (displayed on the LCD) over RF and IR for all other A/V equipment. The MotionSense technology mimics your hand movements as if it were a PC mouse so you can navigate streaming media sites on your TV.

The GAMR is available now and retails for $179.99 or you can get one that’s bundled with a keyboard for $229.99.

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