Keyspan on Tuesday introduced
TuneView, a wireless remote control for Macs and PCs that manages iTunes using iPod-like menus and a built-in color LCD screen. It costs $149.
The device functions up to 150 feet away (using 2.4GHz Radio Frequency) from the host computer, and works with Apple’s AirPort Express base station, Xitel’s Hi-Fi Link and other devices that connect audio from a computer to an AV receiver, according to Keyspan.
The remote’s screen works in English, French, German and Spanish, and helps you control iTunes music, videos, radio and podcasts.