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Philips Prestigo SRT9320 universal remote mixes touchscreen with hard keys

he Philips universal remote line has a new top dog. The Prestigo SRT9320 combines a 2.8-inch color touchscreen on the top half with hard buttons on the lower portion. The screen handles both channel favorites (replete with familiar icon logos) and customized commands. The SRT9320 can control up to 20 devices, and it's completely programmable as-is--including learning modes and multi-device macros--without the need to connect it to a PC. (A USB port is included only for future software updates--presumably things like additional channel icons.) (Tech)

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