Lets's Talk Computers - Universal Remote Control, Inc.  March 13, 2004
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Universal Remote Control, Inc.
Interview on March 13, 2004
New Remotes     Guest: Hank Eisengrein
Universal Remote Control, Inc. is a world leader in the custom design, engineering, manufacturing and distribution of high-quality remote controls and home automation products. Universal Remote Control, Inc. produces a family of innovative IR/RF products ranging from a multiple function universal and learning remote control with DVD tutorial, to a feature-rich, PC-programmable remote control with color touch screen that meet customer requirements around the world.

Hank Eisengrein, Product Manager,discusses how to evaluate your needs and what to look for in the remote control market. Hank talks about there new remote MX-800 that lets you hide all of your electronic equipment.
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