This remote is more than your regular universal remote. Sevenhugs remote actually seems to learn about your devices as well s the layout of your home.

Most homes nowadays have at least two to three remotes in use. That sometimes means frustration when trying to find the right remote to operate your TV, DVD or other products.  I know I wish I had one remote that could handle the job of all my other remotes.
It looks like Sevenhugs has come up with the solution that works. This smart remote has an all-touchscreen surface that adapts and changes based on what you aim it at. If you aim your remote at a lamp, you'll get controls for your Philips Hue. Aim it at your music player and a new interface will appear for you to control your music.
You will also be able to pair your smart remote with special services like Uber. Simply  point the remote at your front door, select one of your preset destinations, and a car will be ordered for you.
The smart remote works thanks to a built-in accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, and internal sensor that's all paired with three sensors you place in a single room of your home. You plot out where your devices are and the remote will remember so all you need to do is point at them for a dynamic interface to appear. (Bring the remote to a different room and you'll still be able to control everything, just with a sliding toggle for all your devices instead of the positional tracking.)
The Smart Remote is charged off of a USB-C dock and the battery will last between one and two days before needing a top-off, while the sensors run off AAA batteries. It's currently compatible with over 25,000 devices.

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