I’ve presided over many advanced devices in the audio-video world. Peel, a new Silicon Valley company that hit the scene this year with the help for some well-placed venture capital, is aiming to undo even the legacy of Logitech’s Harmony – if they continue on the path they’re one. Peel has developed an iPhone, iPod, iPad-based remote control system that literally revolutionizes the way you’ll want to consume TV. So what makes the Peel special? Simple. It allows you to effortlessly set up your system, and then it organizes your options by genre, presenting you with iconic images of what’s on TV and asking you the simple question: “What do you want to watch?”. And it doesn’t even have to ask the question, really, because it’s all right there – in front of you. It’s intuitive. In fact, it’s stupid-easy. Head-slappingly so, in a way that makes you look around and wonder: Why TV hasn’t been this way for the past 5 years? MSRP: $100 →
( out of 5) Value
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- Simple. Effective. Beautiful.
- Revolutionary way to browse & watch TV
- Changes everything
- Limited devices at present
- No learning functions