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RedEye mini turns your iPhone into a universal remote control, requires OS 3.2

Here’s an interesting product for an interesting OS.  The RedEye Mini plugs into your iPxx headphone jack and, with a downloadable app, turns your little Apple device into a programmable remote control.  You can set up macro buttons and even set gestures to do your AppleTV/BluRay bidding with full multitouch and accelerometer support.    

The price: $49. 

Interestingly, it requires OS 3.2, which would seem to be coming rather soon now, wouldn’t it?  With iPad’s release on March 26th

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