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As our homes get filled with more and more smart devices, a universal method of controlling them all is slowing becoming more and more important. Some solutions, like Amazon’s Alexa, involve using voice commands. Others, like the Sevenhugs smart remote, feature a touchscreen to automatically adapt to whatever it is you’re pointing at.
The Turn Touch remote is far less technically advanced than either of those two examples. But what it lacks in functionality, it more than makes up for in elegant style, with a beautiful wood exterior that makes it look like something I wouldn’t mind having lying around my living room.
Instead of voice or touchscreen interactions, the Turn Touch has four programmable buttons that can be…