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Tech Hits & Misses of 2012

A look at he home technologies that made it big and not so big in 2012.


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We discuss a ton of technologies each year. Some flourish, some don’t.

And old technologies that were once popular become outdated.

As 2012 comes to an end, we thought it was a great time to look back at the year that was.

Click here for Tech Hits & Misses of 2012.

If there is something you think we should add to this list, let us know in the comments.

Happy New Year!



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1 Comments (displayed in order by date/time)

Posted by J.O.  on  01/03  at  01:48 PM

Not sure how you can call hard button remotes a miss. While I agree they shouldn’t have too many buttons, but for primary TV watching I think all my clients have always preferred a hard button remote, especially after trying with a touch screen for a while. They want a hard number pad to type channel numbers into, guide, list, channel +/-, volume +/-, mute, previous channel, etc. to all be easily accessible in the dark without looking down to figure out where to press. Now for whole home control (thermostats, lights, security, etc.) I agree a touchscreen is best. But I don’t think hard button remotes are going anywhere.

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