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InVoca remote control on clearance

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#1 of 4 joe jackson

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Posted June 29 2003 - 01:05 AM

at Lowes hardware store.

The first ever voice activated universal remote control.

Recognizes up to 50 commands and is so automated it can perform even complex multi-step operations from a single spoken command.

both the stand alone and cradle unit are available for 19.99 each!!!!!!!

#2 of 4 Scott L

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Posted June 29 2003 - 07:21 AM

Sounds interesting, does it actually work though? Any product links?

#3 of 4 joe jackson

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Posted June 29 2003 - 07:58 AM

check out www.invoca.com

The units at Lowes are the regular ones. Some are stand alones and run off normal batteries,while another model comes with a cradle unit that recharges its batteries (not included).

Both models are available for 19.99

also their "recessed" wall speakers and outdoor speakers (the kind that look like rocks) were half off.

they also had a good sale on lamps and perrenialsPosted Image

#4 of 4 MikeSRC


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Posted June 29 2003 - 01:57 PM

You'd be better off with a One for All 8811 for around the same price. Other than the voice activation cool factor, the Invoca's very limited in what it can do, especially the Standard version which cannot control an AV receiver. Also, the remote doesn't learn so you're stuck with whatever commands you get from the built-in codes.

But if you've got an extra 20 bucks to play around with, it's kind of fun. Posted Image