The TiVo Premiere experienced a rough introduction to the world earlier this year, as its early software revisions exposed some rough edges and performance issues, but we hope that's not the case for the yet-to-debut TiVo Slide remote. Since we got our hands on one at CES it's only appeared in glossy press pics but the road to store shelves and easy video on-demand browsing means a pit stop on the FCC's test bench where its manual and insides have been pulled apart for the world to see. It can work as a standard and learning remote over IR but that keyboard is only operational over Bluetooth (you can, of course, bring your own in the meantime.) Dig through the gallery for all the information available -- the only thing we didn't find was a shipping date or a price tag.
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