As expected, Microsoft today officially announced the that Xbox One Media Remote will be available in Xbox One markets worldwide in early March. The Xbox One Media Remote allows you to control video playback, includes dedicated Back and OneGuide buttons. The OneGuide button provides one-touch, quick access to your favorite TV shows and movies through the Xbox program guide. This remote is designed to help you listen, watch and switch among experiences instantly – allowing you to rule your entertainment.The Media Remote can also control TV/Receiver power and volume through Kinect, which uses IR blasting to send signals to your TV and/or receiver. The Xbox One Media Remote will retail for $24.99 ERP in the US and available in stores around the world. ...

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Last week we reported that Amazon Canada’s listing has revealed that Microsoft is planning to release Xbox One Media Remote accessory in March. It will cost around $25USD and will ship on March 4th. Xbox One Media Remote looks simple with minimal design with essential control buttons. You also have a button to switch between apps in Xbox One with Xbox One logo on its top. Today, The Verge reported that Microsoft will officially announce the remote this week(Feb 20th). We understand the Media Remote will allow Xbox One users to navigate, launch, and control media apps, and it will also work as an infrared remote to control TV or AV receiver volume. The remote also has a button to launch the OneGuide TV feature, but we’re told the channel up and down buttons will only work in the US within the TV app, largely because this feature has not yet rolled out ...

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Yesterday, Microsoft announced the new Xbox One Stereo Headset and Stereo Headset Adapter accessories for Xbox One. According to Amazon Canada’s listing, Microsoft is also planning to release Xbox One Media Remote accessory in March. It will cost around $25USD and will ship on March 4th. As you can see in the image above, Xbox One Media Remote looks simple with minimal design with essential control buttons. You also have a button to switch between apps in Xbox One with Xbox One logo on its top. You can control Xbox One using various ways including Xbox One controller, through voice and gestures via Kinect and Xbox One Smartglass apps. Source: Amazon.ca (Google Cache)  via: Engadget ...

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