New Delhi: TW Electronics, the UK-based company behind the reference remote used on most Android TV and Google TV devices in recent years, has introduced a new design of remote that includes a photovoltaic panel on the bottom that allows the battery to charge itself. Is. ,
TW Electronics tweeted, “Excited to announce the launch of a self-charging, battery-free #remotecontrol powered by indoor lights. Developed with #Exeger, the device is #GoogleTV ready and easily integrated into your existing system Is.” ,Also Read: Heavy discounts on iPhone 14 on Flipkart, Amazon and Imagine Store: Check out the price drop and big offers,
According to 9to5Google, the panel used in the remote uses light sources to convert that energy into electricity that can charge the battery within the device. In recent years, self-charging remotes have been introduced from brands like Samsung, and Amazon is expected to be working on incorporating the technology into its next Fire TV remote. ,Also read: 1% of US population, Indian-Americans pay 6% tax: Congressman,
However, it is unclear when this self-charging remote might actually launch alongside the Google TV product, the report said. Last year, the tech giant started rolling out ‘personalised profiles’ for its users on Google TV. The new Google TV profiles let users enjoy their own personalized space with their Google Account.
“When you watch TV, your profile takes into account your interests and preferences to help you discover what’s available to you. And for young children, you can help them access a fun collection of movies.” You can always set up a kids profile to help. And shows under your guidance,” the company said in a blog post.