Ray replaces your jumble of old remotes in one intelligent package. With Ray, a simple tap seamlessly switches between any of your entertainment devices. Controlling and managing your entertainment setup has never been this easy.
PCMag's Sascha Segan and Dan Costa do a live review and Q&A of the Ray Super Remote on Periscope.
It’s a beautiful product, for sure, and one that (in a limited demo) seemed to make bouncing around different devices, apps, and services for content a lot easier than the previous generation of remotes.
Ray founder David Skokna didn't set out to redesign the remote so much as to redesign our relationship with television.
The Ray super remote lets you control all your devices — from television to cable box to streaming device to game console — in one place.
The Ray Super Remote wants to declutter your coffee table and become the central nervous system of all of your home entertainment systems.
The real genius of Ray, though, is the way the device learns and improves your viewing habits.
Ray Touch-Screen Remote Rescues Disorganized TV Lovers. Ray is designed to replace your remotes and simplify the TV show search and discovery process.
Ray is also a universal remote in every sense of the word. It lists support for a wide range of devices from different manufacturers, from TVs to set-top boxes to DVD players and streaming devices.
Someone finally made a universal remote that belongs in 2015
The Ray Super Remote Is a Universal Remote for the Internet Generation
Ray Enterprises' smart remote looks to move into homes that have multiple remote controls, kicking out the rivals as it does all they can do, and more.
Ray may have built the only remote control you'll ever need
I’ve had a chance to play a little bit with a Ray remote control during a recent press briefing in San Francisco, and have to say the device looks pretty sleek.
Ray Wants to Change Your TV Experience, With a Touchscreen Remote Control