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ESPN Ultimate Remote

ESPN Ultimate Remote

In a world of increasingly complex TVs, cable boxes, and other living room gadgets, a more advanced remote is a great thing to have. The new ESPN Ultimate Remote ($300) fits the bill, offering Wi-Fi connectivity for "location-free" setup, a 2.2" QVGA display for menu navigation, on-screen TV listings, real-time sports updates (from ESPN, of course), and weather updates, text messaging, and more. Ultimate, indeed. [via]

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