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Dish's new TV remote listens to your voice commands

But it only works with the Hopper 3 and 4K Joey.
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Nowadays, you can save energy by talking to your gadgets and letting them do the work for you. So it's no surprise that Dish wants to help you with that, too. The satellite provider has introduced its aptly named Voice Remote, which lets Hopper 3 and 4K Joey customers search for content with spoken commands. Results populate based on movie or TV titles, genre as well as actor names. Additionally, the new remote features a clickable touchpad for easier navigation, backlit keys and support for two IR devices.

If you're a Dish subscriber with one of the aforementioned boxes, you can get the Voice Remote starting today for $30.

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