Easy to setup.
Also works with a PC.
Full slide-out QWERTY keyboard with numeric keypad.
Bluetooth eliminates the need for line-of-sight positioning.
Solid feel and good overall ergonomics.
Incorporates all buttons and same basic design found on classic TiVo.
No macro abilities.
No rechargeable battery.
Smaller size requires some finger retraining.
Web site works just as well for searching and recording.
Only compatible with TiVo Premiere and TiVo HD/Series 3 DVRs.
Can't completely replace a full-featured universal remote control.
By Gizmodo on August 24, 2010
Anyone who's tried to type on a TiVo—searching for YouTube, or viewing Netflix, or trying to find that show you want to record—knows it's both tedious and rage-inducing. TiVo Slide fixes this problem, plus, it's a better remote...-
By Engadget on August 24, 2010
The $89 price seems to sting a bit at first but when you consider that the TiVo Glow Remote sells for $49 and other living room Bluetooth keyboards, like the diNovo Mini, go for closer to $149 the price seems pretty reasonable. And unlike the other...70
By PC Mag on August 24, 2010
If you're seriously into browsing and discovering new shows, the TiVo Slide remote will be a welcome, albeit pricey, addition to your TiVo experience....60
By cnet on August 23, 2010
The TiVo Slide is a must-have remote for owners of compatible TiVo...80