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RedEye Mini
RedEye turns your iPod into universal remote

10 Aug 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

Now you can turn your iPhone/iPod Touch into a universal remote for your TV or Hi-Fi equipment. With the RedEye Mini dongle iPhone can send IR signals. And the price is just $49.

RedEye Mini is universal remote for Apple devices

Thinkflood’s RedEye Mini is quite interesting. You can plug it into the top of your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad and turn these devices into a universal remote for all devices using infrared signals. This means pretty much all devices today.

Red Eye Mini for iPhone and iPod
Red Eye Mini for iPhone and iPod


RedEye Mini is just a small device that can be connected to the headphone jack on the Apple devices. After that you download the free App from App Store and that’s all you need to get started.

Red Eye Mini for iPhone and iPod
Red Eye Mini for iPhone and iPod


It’s demonstrated in the video below.


The RedEye Mini device is in stores now and can be bought for a modest $49 price on Amazon here.



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