The Lightinthebox has invented one of their wireless computer remotes, and it does work very well so that it has accepted a lot of appreciation. Indeed it offers some very valuable fuctions which can be said somewhat specific services, so it’s going to be hard pressed to compete against this old brand in particular.
The Lightinthebox Wireless Computer Remote is pretty much exactly what it sounds like, a remote control with a USB dongle that allows you to remotely control your PC, especially its media center functions. When pluged in the dongle and it will automatically set up at once, letting you control over a variety of functions of your PC.
If you’re using a home theater PC, then something like this will extremely useful, with the help of volume controls built in, interface options for the pause, play, fast forward and rewind functions. Though it’s small, yet more convenient than small. Moreover, it’s reasonably easy to use–so easy that it doesn’t actually come with a set of instructions, and a large amount of functions. I managed to accidentally shut my computer off with the unit’s power button, but found that I couldn’t turn it on with the same, which was strange but not really unexpected under this circumstances.
Latter all the time I was using the remote, suddently it occurred to me…why exactly would anyone like using this thing, and willing to pay $13.09 and what Lightinthebox needs one of these, especially when you could simply use any standard wireless mouse to get the same effects you want by using the on-screen navigation tools insetted in most computer media players?
It’s not because that the Lightinthebox remote doesn’t work or work poorly, and contrarily, it works extremly well, and you must see the reason. So if you’re looking for a way to get some more control in your home theater PC, then choose the Lightinthebox remote, it is an inexpensive and simple way to do what you want.