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And now the ultimate remote control not only for folk fed up with having to use different ones for all their audio-visual kit, but also for anyone who's ever lost one. Enter the Jumbo Remote, a control that's takes up more space than a sheet of paper.

Innovage Products' offering measures a whopping 27.5 x 12.5cm and is studded with 42 soft-touch inch-square keys. It will manage up to four AV devices, grabbing the appropriate signals from the machines themselves. Innovage said the Jumbo is compatible with "most major brands" of televisual equipment.

Big it may be, but the Jumbo runs off a pair of wee AA batteries.

Jumbo Remote control

Available now from the Jumbo Remote website, the gadget costs just £15.

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