Difference between revisions of "Orbiters and Remotes"

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*[[:Category:WebPads|Webpad Orbiters]]
 
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*[[:Category:Orbiter_Remote_Tutorials|Orbiter/Remote Tutorials]]
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*[[:Category:Orbiter_Remote_Tutorials|General Orbiter/Remote Tutorials]]
  
 
==About==
 
==About==
  
 
Orbiters are used to control your LinuxMCE system. All Media Directors have built-in Orbiter software. Users can be employ a keyboard, mouse, or remote control to interact with the main screen. Laptops, webpads, and certain smart phones can also be set up as orbiters. Touchscreens offer the best  convenience and coolness-factor.
 
Orbiters are used to control your LinuxMCE system. All Media Directors have built-in Orbiter software. Users can be employ a keyboard, mouse, or remote control to interact with the main screen. Laptops, webpads, and certain smart phones can also be set up as orbiters. Touchscreens offer the best  convenience and coolness-factor.

Latest revision as of 13:29, 8 November 2011

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Orbiters are used to control your LinuxMCE system. All Media Directors have built-in Orbiter software. Users can be employ a keyboard, mouse, or remote control to interact with the main screen. Laptops, webpads, and certain smart phones can also be set up as orbiters. Touchscreens offer the best convenience and coolness-factor.