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Improved controller launches in Japan, March 31 2011


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Initial post: 20 Feb 2011 21:18:55 GMT
R. Molyneux says:
Sony are releasing a new controller (in Japan at least) with additional IR controls for your TV and AMP, and that includes volume and mute buttons, along with PlayTV labels (so no more need for sticking on overlays). Google the model number CECH-ZRC1J for full details. Needless to say, I wants it, my precious :-) This is the best picture I've found of it so far - http://ns3.netartz.com/~fammys/imgdb/item_s/90/s209007290655.jpg

Product Name - BD Remote Controller
Model number - CECH-ZRC1J
Suggested retail price - 3,600 yen (tax included)
Release Date - March 31, 2011 (Thursday)
Dimensions (excluding maximum protrusion) - Approximately 50.0 ◊ 230.0 ◊ 19.5mm (width ◊ height ◊ depth)
Content - BD Remote Controller x 1, AAA type battery x 2
Features - Covers all the traditional features of BD Remote Controller (with extra buttons), plus IR operation of a (Sony made?) amplifier and television

Posted on 11 Feb 2012 18:06:51 GMT
Matt says:
Is this improved ps3 remote now being sold by amazon? The product images on amazon of the ps3 remote show the old version (without volume buttons)

In reply to an earlier post on 12 Feb 2012 00:17:26 GMT
R. Molyneux says:
I think the Japan tsunami disrupted/delayed production. Not sure of its current status, if I find out I'll pass it on.
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