Typically, all-in-one universal remote controls come with too many buttons and lack in the department of style. Designer Yurii Smitana Perfilov tries to overcome these shortcomings with her elegant â€œsPultâ€ remote control.
The sPult sports a sleek minimal design that strips away all those unnecessary buttons. Only 6 buttons are used in the design: the TV on/off, mute on/off, and four programmable buttons.
To make up for the absence of all these butoons, Perfilov uses an iPod-ish scroll for conveniently changing both channels and audio. There are also a few indicators for active channels, favorite channels.
The result is a minimal stylish universal remote that is surprisingly intuitive.
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