SOURCE: ThinkFlood

RedEye personal remote control for iPhone and iPod touch (made by ThinkFlood)

October 14, 2009 12:42 ET

RedEye Fan Jolt Giveaway Sets Stage for Launch of Universal Remote System for iPhone and iPod touch Later This Fall

Become a Facebook Fan of RedEye for a Chance to Win the Ultimate HD Home Theater System

WALTHAM, MA--(Marketwire - October 14, 2009) - ThinkFlood (http://thinkflood.com/), maker of the RedEye personal remote control for iPhone and iPod touch, today announced the RedEye Fan Jolt sweepstakes. If RedEye gets 2,500 Facebook fans by 11:55 p.m. EST on Nov. 30, 2009, one fan will win a home theater system worth more than $6,700:

--  Sony Bravia 52" LCD TV with 1080p resolution, 240Hz refresh, 100,000:1
    dynamic contrast (KDL-52XBR9)
--  Pioneer 7.2 digital A/V receiver with 120W/channel, satellite radio,
    iPod/iPhone integration (VSX-1019AH-K)
--  Paradigm 5.1 surround speakers (Cinema 110 CT) with speaker stands
--  LG Blu-ray disc player with Wi-Fi networking (BD 390)
--  TiVo HD XL digital video recorder (TCD658000)
--  Apple iPod touch, 64GB
--  ThinkFlood RedEye
--  3 x HDMI cables
--  12 gauge speaker cable (100')
--  2 x Cat6 Ethernet cables (25')
--  8-outlet surge protector
--  RedEye golf shirt
    

Visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/RedEye/134895664845 to become a RedEye fan. Fans are automatically entered for a chance to win -- no purchase necessary. The winner will be notified on Dec. 1.

ThinkFlood launched the RedEye Fan Jolt to generate interest in its RedEye universal remote control system for iPhone and iPod touch, on sale later this fall. RedEye fans on Facebook receive updates about the RedEye and the latest remote control and home automation news from the MoreControl blog (http://morecontrol.com).

About RedEye

The RedEye system (http://redeyeremote.com/) turns the iPhone and iPod touch into a personal remote control 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.

About ThinkFlood

ThinkFlood (http://thinkflood.com/) designs and develops hardware and software with a focus on making everyday tasks easier. Its first commercial application, the RedEye system, is an iPhone accessory and application that transforms the phone into a universal remote control and enables users to easily control almost anything in their home entertainment centers using any iPhone or iPod touch device. Founded in 2007, ThinkFlood is a privately held company headquartered in Waltham, Mass.

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