The Loop really impressed us back at CES...2007. A circular remote that functioned a lot like the Wiimote, the promising Loop turned heads before disappearing into the bowels of the tech world. (Until now.)
This thing is amazing. The video really demonstrates it better than I can, but I honestly believe this is the way everyone will control their TV in the future. You won't see any Hillcrest branded equipment or services, but both equipment manufacturers and carriers will be able to use the interface and hardware to…
I stumbled upon the Hillcrest Loop remote control deep in the bowels of South Hall, sitting encased in glass in a sparse booth. I asked for a hands-on and was shut down, and they had no info on when this thing will see the light of day. Pretty fishy. What gives, Hillcrest?