The GEFEN tv wireless controller looks like a standard set of wired TV controls, except the wireless signal is so strong that it can be seen clearly through the screen.
When connected to a TV, it sends a clear signal to other TVs and other devices that use it.
It’s also possible to use the controller to play games and watch videos.
The GEFLUX TV remote control is similar to the GEFENS tv wireless remote, but it also sends a clearer signal.
The new wireless controller works with a range of devices and works with devices from the $299 GEFens and $249 GEFLENS.
It also works with older TVs and older devices, but doesn’t include Bluetooth connectivity.
The device was developed by a Taiwanese company, Fungix Technology.
It uses a chip that connects to a computer via USB and allows it to recognize the TV’s remote.
The company says it is the first controller with an NFC chip, allowing for easy connection to a tablet or smartphone.
“The GEFLEN is the world’s first wireless TV controller with the ability to receive and respond to the signals of up to five devices at the same time,” said Eric Schad, the company’s vice president of product development.
The first device that can work with the GEFLXX Wireless Remote is the GEFSX Wireless remote control, which is about $200 more than the GEFCEN, which was released in November.
This controller also comes with Bluetooth, and the company says that it works with Android phones.
The next-generation GEFen TV remote also has NFC, but there’s no Bluetooth connection.
It costs about $350, and it’s available now for $399.
It has an infrared receiver that lets you see a picture, but that’s not a necessity if you don’t want to use an infrared camera.