Newegg Canada Coupon Code: Save $10 On Rosewill Windows Infrared Remote Control with Learning Function | Was $40 Now $20
Today’s deal at Newegg is pretty impressive. For a limited time, you can get a Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function for $19.99 (plus $5.99 shipping) with the much-helpful assistance of a coupon code! It’s $29.99 without the coupon code, which allows you to save an extra $10, bringing the price down to $19.99. Normally $39.99, this special remote for Windows PCs currently costs $46.14 on Amazon.
- Coupon Code: 107CAHGRM02
- Discount: $10 off
- Expiry: 13th October 2014
The Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function is compatible with Windows Vista, Windows 7 MCE and Windows 8 MCE. You can use this remote for your Windows Media Centre compatible PCs! Instead of fumbling with your mouse and keyboard when watching movies or playing music, you can sit back and rely on your remote! Just click here to learn more about this remote.
This is a handy device that can really be convenient for many occasions. For example, if you’re throwing a party, you can use the remote to skip tracks if you hooked up your Windows Media Centre laptop to your stereo system (it’s much better than the awkward alternative of running up to your laptop and using the trackpad).
I’m considering this purchase, since I don’t currently have a remote for my laptop. It would really make it easier for me to watch shows on my laptop while sitting on something that’s more comfortable than a computer chair!
I’ve included a brief review of this Rosewill RHRC-11001 Windows Infrared Remote Control With Learning Function from an Amazon customer below:
It’s doing it’s job with little issues. Can be a bit difficult in the dark as the buttons are not backlit and the button size and shape does not quite do enough to overcome the lack of backlighting. But still, I don’t regret the purchase.
Check out this deal before it’s gone! Happy hunting, Bargainmoosers!
(Expiry: 13th October 2014)