Harmony Remote Slated To Get Mac Support

Intrigue Technologies Inc. has announced the upcoming support for Mac on the Harmony Remote Control. The Harmony is a wireless remote designed for controlling anywhere from DVD players to accessing the Internet. The Mac support will allow users the ability to download TV programming schedules directly to th Harmony remote. According to Intrigue Technologies Inc:

Intrigue Technologies Inc., creators of the award winning Harmony Remote Control, have announced the up-coming release of Macintosh support for the Harmony Remote SST-768 and SST-748.

From July 16th to 18th you will be able to find Harmony Remote displaying their official new release of the compatibe software at the Mac World show in New York City.

The Harmony Remote is more than just a universal remote; it is a hand-held computer with an amazing level of user-friendliness. Thanks to iSmart State Technology TMi, the Harmony Remote is able to send the necessary commands to control your complex Audio and Visual setup as though it had merged into one, simple home theater system.

The Harmony Remoteis capabilities reach far beyond basic control of electronic equipment. The user can now connect to the Internet via a standard USB port on any computer to utilize online programming. This online access gives the customer the opportunity to display TV listings on the Harmony Remoteis LCD screen for up to 14 days, making the Harmony Remote the essential and enabling link between the two most popular mediums - Television and the Internet.

You can find more information about the expanded Harmony Remote Control support at the Intrigue Technologies Inc. Web site. The Harmony Remote Control is available starting at US$199.00.