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ASUSTOR XBMC NAS Software and Media Remote Control Overview - ASUSTOR Remote Control

ASUSTOR XBMC NAS Software and Media Remote Control Overview

ASUSTOR released a remote control for its new NAS servers. The new products also have new media center software, XBMC. Let's take a look at it.

| Software in Storage | Posted: Oct 18, 2013 2:01 am

ASUSTOR Remote Control


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ASUSTOR shipped us the new remote control with our AS-304T that we reviewed earlier today. This is an optional item can be purchased from a number of e-tailers for around $30 in America.


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There isn't much in the way of packaging or a manual, but it's fairly straight forward - point and click.


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There are 10 buttons total and the remote doesn't light up like your fancy flagship receiver remote.


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The remote is egg shaped on the bottom, so it fits in your hand nicely. The buttons are easy to press and after a few minutes, you instinctively remember each button's location.


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The ASUSTOR remote uses IR, so you can use it to teach a learning remote control.


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No batteries are supplied with the remote, so you need to supply your own AAA batteries, two of them.

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