TuneView Now Available in Black, Receives Firmware Update

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Date: Wednesday, April 18th, 2007, 10:42
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Third party peripheral maker KeySpan has announced that it has released its TuneView remote control in black as well as updated it associated firmware.
The TuneView, which retails for US$179, functions as a remote control for fourth and fifth generation iPods as well as the iPod Nano and iPod Mini models and features a built in LCD screen that users can use to navigate through an iPod’s contents and doesn’t require a line of sight to interact with the iPod according to Macworld News.
The firmware, which reached version 1.2, is a 282 kilobyte download that allows for quicker scrolling through an iPod’s menu, improves wake-on-sleep performance and adds the ability to just to a specific first letter on a list of files. The updater applies to both the TuneView remote itself as well as its dock connector, which is updated in a separate process from the remote control.
If you’ve tried the new firmware and had either a positive or negative experience with it, let us know.


tuneview.jpg
Third party peripheral maker KeySpan has announced that it has released its TuneView remote control in black as well as updated it associated firmware.
The TuneView, which retails for US$179, functions as a remote control for fourth and fifth generation iPods as well as the iPod Nano and iPod Mini models and features a built in LCD screen that users can use to navigate through an iPod’s contents and doesn’t require a line of sight to interact with the iPod according to Macworld News.
The firmware, which reached version 1.2, is a 282 kilobyte download that allows for quicker scrolling through an iPod’s menu, improves wake-on-sleep performance and adds the ability to just to a specific first letter on a list of files. The updater applies to both the TuneView remote itself as well as its dock connector, which is updated in a separate process from the remote control.
If you’ve tried the new firmware and had either a positive or negative experience with it, let us know.

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