Picking a Remote

k_zeon

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Really need help picking a remote to use with XBMC in Openelec on Intel NUC N2820
Have seen the following that i like.

1. RT-MWK25 2.4Ghz
2. Full-tivo-slide-remote
3. Rii Mini i25
4. QNAP RM-IR002 (would like this one as most similar to Apple TV2)
5. XBOX one remote

Are any of these RC6 compatible.?
Will they work with Openelec on the NUC.?
The ones that have Air Mouse, can that part be turned off & still work with Openelec.?
Do they work out of the box or do i need to edit an xml file.?
 
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k_zeon

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I'm not sure if you seen this one so I thought I'd add it to your list. Sorry I don't have any answers for you though.

http://www.amazon.com/Aerb-Multifunction-Wireless-Keyboard-3-Gsensor/dp/B00K768DHY/?tag=viglink28476-20
Hi Calum. thanks for reply. I went for XBOX One Remote. For the most it works well. Except for when you quickly press up/down/left/right
It does not respond quick enough , so makes navigating a little slow.

I have ordered another remote from china Radxa 11-key-simple-remote (similar to Apple TV2) that i hope will work when i get it
 

charliebrown

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i have a xbox one remote to with flirc though, and no problems with responsiveness with openelec on nuc.
 

bullsboy

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I'm not sure if any of those listed will be RC6. In order to guarantee that, I'd go for an OEM Media Center Remote. There are normally loads of Toshiba, HP, Phillips and Lenovo ones on eBay