Remote Shoppe's New PS3MINI Bundle: Control the Entire Home Theater, Including Sony PlayStation 3, from Your iPhone, for Under $100

Affordable bundle combines the RedEye mini remote control adapter for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and RE•BL X IR to Bluetooth converter for Sony PlayStation 3

Remote Shoppe, a leading reseller of remote controls and accessories, is pleased to announce an exclusive new bundle that promises complete control of the entire home theater, including Sony PlayStation 3, for less than $100.


The Remote Shoppe PS3MINI Bundle includes the new ThinkFlood RedEye mini universal remote control adapter for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; and the wb_electronics RE•BL X infrared to Bluetooth adapter for Sony PlayStation 3. This bundle allows customers to comfortably use the PS3 for Blu -ray playback, and control the experience using their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

"Our goal with the RedEye mini was to get the price of an advanced remote way down -from hundreds of dollars to less than $50. We wanted to make it easier for people to bring other elements of control, like the RE•BL X, into the mix," said ThinkFlood President and Founder Matt Eagar. "Remote Shoppe's PS3MINI Bundle is the realization of our goal; it's truly affordable to control all of your gear -including PS3 -with an iOS device."

Jacob Blichfeldt, CEO of wb_electronics in Denmark said, "We are very proud to offer the RE•BL X, an affordable IR to Bluetooth adapter that works great with any IR control system, including the new RedEye mini."

Remote Shoppe is an authorized reseller of RedEye mini ($49) and RE•BL X ($69, with power supply). Remote Shoppe's new PS3MINI Bundle, available exclusively at http://shop.remoteshoppe.com/, offers both products for only $99.95 -for a limited time.

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