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PC Remote Controller II – point and shoot with couch potato stylings


PC Remote Controller II. There are times when keyboards and meeces just don’t cut it. When flicking through emails, the Web and your favourite music player needs something of a more lazy, laid back touch. That’s probably when you’ll start thinking about a remote controller like this puppy. And then you’ll remember you’ve got a butler to do all this geek stuff. $21.00.

 PC Remote Controller II is designed like a TV remote control. With the wireless mouse function, users can use this remote control instead of mouse. Great for PC entertainment, business presentation, education and training. Portable and user friendly.


  • This remote controller is very cool. You can control your PC or laptop via remote like a television. You can presentation more effectively with it.

  • Wonder if there’s the opposite of it? haaahaa..
    As I grew up more with the PC’s and lappies, whenever i watch tv, my hand just seems a need to have a mouse to fast forward scenes or click on something to multi task.


  • I just bought one of these from Amazon. It worked well, better than I expected-one time. The second time I tried to use this, the pointer function of the mouse still worked but the "click" or select function no longer worked.

    Too bad. I was assuming it was going to be junk but I got it and it seemed to work well for my purposes. It looks like many of similar items are made for using with either Windows Media Player or another media player. I don't know how much beyond the media functions they work. I specifically wanted mostly louse point and click functions. There were no devices that looked as if they might be anything more than a cheaply made novelty item but this filled the bill-then broke the second time I used it.

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