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Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by macnvrbck, Aug 5, 2008.
Do I really need to go over to my computer to change a song?
An iPhone or iPod Touch can do it. Kingston has a remote than can be plugged into the Express. If you don't have an iPhone or iPod Touch, I would suggest getting the Griffin AirClick USB, as it uses RF (so no line of sight). It also works with other applications, like PowerPoint and Keynote.
Don't forget you can also use a bluetooth keyboard, which is what I did between the time my Linux friend broke my AirClick while developing drivers for Linux, and the release of the Remote App for iPhone.
You may be able to use a remote with your computer, but that would still require you to be in the same room.
EDIT: Or just get that nifty little device TEG mentioned.
Apple Remote also works.
yea, you could try the apple remote that used to come on macs (now its 19 USD) or the ipod touch/iphone's remote app (developed by apple) or any of the 3rd party remotes out there.
I have a 12 inch powerbook.... not IR remote capable.