SOURCE: ThinkFlood

ThinkFlood

February 18, 2010 11:04 ET

Facebook Giveaway Winner Uses RedEye Remote for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad to Control Her New HD Home Theater

Win an Apple iPad From ThinkFlood by Referring RedEye Remote to a Friend

WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - February 18, 2010) -  Compulsive doromaniacs and ThinkFlood (http://thinkflood.com/) co-founders Matt Eagar and Adam Shapiro love to give away items that can be used or controlled with their company's flagship product, the RedEye universal remote control system for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad (http://redeyeremote.com/).

ThinkFlood today announced that Kammy Markey of Lexington, Kentucky is the proud winner of a complete home theater. Kammy entered the giveaway by becoming a fan of RedEye on Facebook.

Days before learning she was the winner of the RedEye Fan Jolt sweepstakes, Kammy Markey and her husband were trying to watch a movie on their old, 27" TV, and the speakers kept failing.

Now Ms. Markey and family are using their new RedEye system and 64 GB iPod touch to control all the other equipment they won: a Sony Bravia 52" 1080p LCD TV, Pioneer 7.2 digital A/V receiver, Paradigm 5.1 surround speakers, LG Blu-ray player with Wi-Fi, and TiVo HD XL DVR.

"The RedEye remote is totally cool," said ThinkFlood giveaway winner Kammy Markey. "When my kids have friends over, they love to show off by using the iPod touch instead of a remote control."

With its latest giveaway, the RedEye Remote Refer-a-Friend sweepstakes, ThinkFlood is celebrating RedEye compatibility with the Apple iPad. ThinkFlood is prepared to give away dozens of Apple tablets; enter before March 31 for a chance to win (odds 1/100): https://thinkflood.com/products/redeye/redeye-refer-a-friend-ipad-sweeps/.

About ThinkFlood
ThinkFlood (http://thinkflood.com/) designs and develops remote control hardware and software. Its first commercial application, RedEye (http://redeyeremote.com/), turns the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad into a personal remote that allows control of virtually any home entertainment device from any room in the home. RedEye offers users an affordable, easy-to-use interface and all of the features and functionality previously available only in expensive, high-end universal remotes and home automation systems. Founded in 2007, ThinkFlood is a privately held company headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

With 4,000 fans and counting, RedEye is the most popular remote control on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/thinkredeye.

Visit ThinkFlood's blog, MoreControl (http://morecontrol.com/) for the latest remote control and home automation news.

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