ControlThink have introduced  the ThinkRemote neighborhood edition which bring Vista SideShow gadgets to your iphone as well as iPod Touch, Windows Mobile phones, PSP, PS3, DS, Wii, web browser as well as others  indication up for an invitation to the beta.

“ThinkRemote sets Windows SideShow material free, bringing SideShow gadgets to daily electronic gadgets such as mobile phones, portable game consoles, as well as remote controls. With support for wired, wireless, as well as Internet-based connectivity, ThinkRemote keeps you linked to your PC as well as your material anytime, anywhere.

So modification the music on your PC, view your vacation photos, or navigate a PowerPoint presentation utilizing your phone. Or a PlayStation portable (PSP). Or a Nintendo Wii. Or your web browser at work. With broadening gadget support as well as compatibility with basic 3rd-party SideShow gadgets, the possibilities are unlimited.

Use ThinkRemote with gadgets you already own
Take advantage of the full ability of your Windows smart phone or Apple iPhone. Take a break from games as well as search your PC’s music library on your Nintendo DS or Playstation Portable. Or go for the huge screen, as well as utilize your Nintendo Wii or Playstation 3’s web browser.

Whether you’re at house or at the office, ThinkRemote lets you gain access to your SideShow material as well as interact with your PC from anywhere. With built-in support for ThinkConnect, ThinkRemote even takes away the headaches of firewalls as well as associated technical problems.

Works with basic SideShow gadgets
Photo viewers. PowerPoint navigators. Stock, weather, as well as news feeds. E-mail, calendar appointments, as well as Media player control. Compatible with basic SideShow gadgets (including 3rd-party gadgets), ThinkRemote provides you what you want where you want it.

ThinkRemote works in coordination with the basic Windows SideShow manage panel applet. mix as well as match with non-ThinkRemote gadgets without worry.

Integrate with your Z-Wave® wise house (Standard Edition)
Look for ThinkRemote support in your Z-Wave remote control. then dim the lights, change the thermostat, or just enjoy whole-home variety as well as navigate SideShow material on the remote’s display. ThinkRemote basic edition even has built-in manage of Windows Media Center™.”   :   [Via]

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