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One-For-All Kameleon 8 Universal Remote

One-For-All Kameleon 8 Universal Remote

At one point or another, pretty much everyone has grabbed for the remote in a dark room and hit the wrong button — but that won’t be a problem with this remote. The Kameleon 8 Universal Remote by One-For-All ($50) sports an Electro-Luminescent display that is not only bright, but actually features button animations, letting you know for sure you didn’t just record porn over the wedding video. It's also a learning remote, features control for up to eight devices — including DVRs and TiVo — and its screen allows it to display the necessary buttons for each device, keeping the others hidden. Nifty.

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