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SANOXY® Wireless USB PC Remote Control Mouse for PC

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  • Plug & Play - no driver or software required
  • Remote has a maximum range of 18 meters
  • Infrared receiver with 4ft cable plugs into your USB port
  • Compatible with Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
  • Powered by 2 'AAA' batteries
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Product Details

Size Name: big
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 1 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001M56DI0
  • Item model number: SANOXY_WR-USB_RC_MS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (443 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 25, 2008

Product Description

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With SANOXY® Wireless USB PC Remote Control watch movies, view photos, and listen to music from your computer without having to touch your mouse or keyboard. This remote acts like a wireless mouse, but has the functionality to control your PC's media software. PCs are becoming our personal entertainment centers, the place where we store our music, movies, & photos. Now you can bring those files into your life without having to be at the computer all the time.

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Customer Reviews

In face when you use the 4 way buttons it moves the cursor as if it was a mouse.
Josh
In the end, I could not get the Harmony One working using this remote's IR receiver.
SmallNetBuilder
I am using Windows 7 and there was no need to install drivers or any other software.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

323 of 342 people found the following review helpful By C. Watson on May 12, 2009
Size Name: big Verified Purchase
Got a Logitech Harmony universal remote? Want to control your home theater pc with it along with everything else in your living room? Then this is the remote you want. I actually only needed the IR adapter and i was able to control my pc with the Logitech Harmony 880. I tried the remote pictured here and it works perfectly but i didn't need it. If you want a cheap IR to control your HTPC then here is a good solution. Oh and to program the Harmony to work with it you'll need the model name and number which is: Chinavision CVSB-983
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102 of 112 people found the following review helpful By RobS on March 7, 2009
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This little gizmo is just beautiful for what I bought it for. See, over time, it has come to the point that almost none of the shows that I like seem to air when I'm home (or awake) so, I've taken to watching them online on my laptop. Add in that one of the few things I can afford is a subscription to NetFlix and well, hooking into my television only took a couple of cables for very little $$ so there ya go. The only problem was trying to pause when I had to get up or the phone rang.

Now, I suppose that I could have gone the Bluetooth adapter route but, frankly, without a coffee table what was I going to run it on? My leg? And since those presentation remotes are designed for Power Point, I wasn't sure that any of them would work for what I needed; which was basically a mouse in a remote form.

Enter this little remote which, seemed a little too good to be true given the price and all, but despite my misgivings- this thing really does work. Seriously, all I have to do is hook up my lappy and turn him on for the night. I can even switch the displays using the remote from my couch and even turn it off at the end of the evening without ever having to cross the room- so he's back to normal and ready for work the next morning without any extra fuss.

The unit itself comes in a small box with the remote, the IR USB adaptor, a slip of paper for the instructions and that's it. The English in the instructions is- well, horrid, but understandable. (It's a remote so, there's really not a lot to explain anyway).
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75 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Amazonian on July 29, 2009
Size Name: big Verified Purchase
This little gem works great and can be used with about any learning universal remote, including harmony (so long as you teach it the commands). There's also a JP1 upgrade for it if you're so inclined (no-name USB PC remote). I'm mainly writing to unlock the mystery of the A, B, C, D hotkeys. The instructions say that each can send any of 3 key combinations. A, for example, sends Ctrl+Alt+A, Ctrl+Alt+1 or Ctrl+Alt+F1. I couldn't figure out how to tell it which of those 3 to send. Well the fact is that each button sends all 3 hotkeys at once. For example, pressing A sends Ctrl+Alt+A, Ctrl+Alt+1 and Ctrl+Alt+F1 all at the same time. So they're basically giving you a choice of keys, but you wouldn't ever use more than 1 in each group of 3. I did a little experiment and made 3 different shortcuts using Ctrl+Alt+A, 1 and F1, and they all opened at the same time from just a single press of the A key.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Michael Jackson on August 9, 2010
Size Name: big Verified Purchase
I got this specifically to use the USB dongle with a Logitech Harmony remote to control XBMC running on Windows XP. Best $8 I've spent on my media center. It works!

UPDATE:
After more testing with Chinavision CVSB-983 in Logitech Harmony Remote Software, I've found that a couple functions are missing and/or broken. Specifically, "Mouse Up" sends the mouse Up-Left, "NumLock" seems to do nothing, and "Open" is missing/cannot be sent with the Harmony remote. Note, however, that this is a flaw with Logitech's software, not this remote; I only share this for those who might benefit from it.

-PROS-

-Works without drivers-
First off, know this: the remote/dongle combination is really just remote-shaped IR wireless keyboard+mouse with specialized keys. This is why it doesn't need additional drivers - it just uses the built in standard HID drivers every generic mouse and keyboard use. I've run it through autohotkey's keypress monitor and found that the media buttons (play, stop, volume, WWW, etc...) produce the exact same scancodes as any other keyboard's media keys, and the rest of the buttons produce either one or two keyboard strokes. My findings have been uploaded to a table in the images section.

-Works with Logitech Harmony-
I see there's a lot of debate as to whether or not this remote can be emulated with a Logitech Harmony, and I suspect there's more to it than yes or no. For the record, I purchased this remote (
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44 of 47 people found the following review helpful By The Innovator on July 11, 2010
Size Name: big Verified Purchase
This high quality Universal PC Remote is an AWESOME value for only $5 bucks plus change and shipping! Many reviewers gave this device a low rating simply because they can't get the four Hotkeys to open their media player, or other applications as expected. This issue is due to a poorly written instruction sheet, and is not due to any flaw with the device itself. The instruction sheet is entertaining but incomplete. The English is so poor it's laughable.

Here's how to setup the Remote's Hotkeys under Windows... Right click your mouse on your player shortcut (hopefully located on your Desktop, else you will need to create one), and then clicking "Properties". In the "Properties" screen there is a text box labeled "Shortcut Key". Click on this text box and press the "ALT and A" keys simultaneously. Click the "OK" button . Now the player's shortcut will run whenever the remote's "A" Hotkey is pressed. Now wasn't that easy!

If you want to assign the "B" key to another player (or any other application you wish to start), then use "ALT and B". Hotkey "C" use "ALT and C". Hotkey "D" use "ALT and D". If you want more than one application to open when you press the "A" Hotkey, then in the second application's short cut use "ALT and 1". A third application can be started by using "ALT and F1". This works because when you press the "A" Hotkey the remote sends three strings of control characters sequentially (Ctrl +Alt+A, then Ctrl+Alt+1, then Ctrl+Alt+F1) and can open three separate applications.

Would you like an easy way to type text using your remote without having to resort to pressing number keys (like you would on a cheap cell phone). In Windows 7 (and may be available in earlier version too) you can use the On-Screen Keyboard (OSK).
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