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Windows Media Center RC6 Remote Control TSGH-IR07
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HP Windows Media Center RC6 Remote Control TSGH-IR07

Introducing the HP Windows Media Center Remote. This is perfect for use with our Intel NUC PCs. However it is also compatible with any Microsoft compatible RC6 IR receiver.

If you are looking to take control of Windows Media Center on your new Intel NUC PC (if fitted with an IR receiver), then look no further than this compatible Infra-red remote control (IRRC).

This is the ideal companion for your NUC based media system and allows you to easily navigate the menu system used by Windows Media Center.

Features

  1. The perfect remote for Intel NUC PC’s fitted with an IR receiver
  2. Microsoft RC6 compatible
  3. Works with Windows Media Center
  4. Windows 8 compatible

Windows Media Center is supplied by default with all versions of Windows 7 however, if you plan to use Windows 8.1 rather than Windows 7 then please note that Media Center is available only as a paid-for add on feature to Windows 8.1. It’s much cheaper to add it to the Pro version of Windows 8.1 than the standard version so we recommend that you purchase Windows 8.1 Pro in the first place in order to minimise expense.


SpecificationsWMC HP Remote
Dimensions (L x W x H)220 x 60 x 20mm
Batteries2 x AAA (not supplied)
Warranty24 months
SpecificationsWMC HP Remote
Dimensions (L x W x H)220 x 60 x 20mm
Batteries2 x AAA (not supplied)
Warranty24 months

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