Yes. Technically this is correct. When you boot up your AVA Remote for the first time, you will see a “starting tablet” screen. The AVA Remote is a Google Certified touch screen device in the category of tablets. It’s an ideal device for loading apps from Google’s Play Store and using it for music playback, lighting control and many other experiences. Despite its name “Remote” it is not designed to be a TV remote. The AVA Remote features the same hard buttons like most tablets, and does not feature cursor buttons and similar function that would be required for a convenient heads-up (focused on TV) experience. Technically the AVA Remote would also do what most other tablets do, like using web browser etc. This is not the recommended use case though.




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