XIOS DS Sense Optional Remote Packaging
The XIOS DS Sense remote is exactly as the box describes and alludes to. The layout of this 2.4GHz wireless remote has change because this $24.99 option to the system allows you to move a cursor much like using a Nintendo Wii remote.
On the side they even show more of what this is about. You can take this remote and move around, swipe screens, point at applications and widgets, even clicking on them to select and initiate said apps and widgets.
The back of the packaging offers a bit about the Sense and even says that it is ready to go for a wide array of products, not just the XIOS DS Media Play. It also covers the contents which should be the remote, the charger cable and the USB mini-dongle to receive the signal from the remote.
Just like on the bottom of the XIOS DS packaging, the Sense remote also makes the disclaimer about trademarks or names found other than Android and Google is not related to Pivos.
Just to be sure the Sense remote arrives damage free, inside of the cardboard box, the remote is also packed inside of a sturdy plastic clamshell to take any abuse transit may deliver.
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