new ipronto

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kelvinate

Guest
saw this at CEDIA and loved it. besides i.r. and rf to i.r. re-trans, it is also a wireless web pad and very cool. retail price of roughly $1700.us which is not bad for this kind of power and versatility.
cant wait!

:D
 

buns

Banned
looks very nice! shame i cant afford it! What about the tus3000? the new pronto monochrome? It looks quite nice too. good size.....

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kelvinate

Guest
looks good. havent programmed one yet, but it has more screen space and still 2mb so it will be an improvement over the 2000. also has more hard buttons.
 

buns

Banned
Originally posted by kelvinate
looks good. havent programmed one yet, but it has more screen space and still 2mb so it will be an improvement over the 2000. also has more hard buttons.

any idea of cost?

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lightningvictim

Active Member
The Philips website is saying $300US and will be available soon and in Europe "a few months later" - looks like that means they will wait until Q1 2003 to release it in Europe as the RU950 - or possibly in time to be a tempting Xmas present!!

Here's hoping
Cheers
Les
 

mandlebrot

Active Member
Oh when oh when will the tsu3000 be released? I just can't wait for it, this is a wicked looking remote and just eats the tsu2000 for looks and better specs to.

Come on Philips pull your finger out :(
 

zoolap

Active Member
If they had a version of the TSU-3000 with colour tft with fast redraw rates that would be awesome.
 

mandlebrot

Active Member
Yeah a colour TFT version would be great but it would be out of my price range so I just settle for them releasing the B&W version and hope it stays the same price has the TSU2000.
 
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orangemirrors

Guest
OK thats it you have all done it again and pointed me in the direction of the must have item.

I didnt realise how much i needed one until i looked at the missus and realised how sexy the remote looked, and how good it would be to hold a sexy little thing again.

Bring it on Philips!!
 

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