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Announced in mid December 2008 for release in early 2009, the Philips Prestigo SRT9320 is a high end universal remote.

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Pros

large touchscreen

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can control up to 20 devices

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fully programmable

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can be updated through USB port

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less buttons, the touchscreen shows the buttons that I need

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intelligent 'learning' functionality

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doesn't need a computer to be programmed

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displays the channel logos for my TV and radio channels

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I can add, remove, rename and move buttons to have everything just the way I want it to be

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has activities/macros

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Nice and smooth screen transistions

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Very good IR blasting in a very wide angle

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Sophisticated GUI and very nice icons

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Cons

no RF support

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no charging dock

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glossy buttons look a little cheap

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high price

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Announced in mid December 2008 for release in early 2009, the Philips Prestigo SRT9320 is a high end universal remote. Featuring a 2.8" colour touch screen with a minimal amount of buttons on the lower half, the SRT9320 can control up to 20 devices, and is programmable without the need to connect it to a PC. With learning modes and multidevice macros, the SRT9320 doesn't have everything - the device lacks the ability to control through RF, and it does not come with a charging cradle. It does, however, come with a USB port for software and icon updates - making it somewhat futureproof. The device will cost $250.

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