As I’m sure you’ve realized by now, one of the cooler features of Windows Vista is that you can get devices like this that’ll let you wirelessly access your computer’s goods. The Ricavision Vista Sideshow has a good-sized 2.5-inch QVGA LCD, letting you take a gander your Vista PC’s media library, schedule TV recordings, and even read your email from afar. Powered by Bluetooth, everything is completely wireless and it doesn’t have all that much trouble penetrating walls, resulting in an impressive 328-foot range.
All this fancy schmancy technology, with its slide-out numerical keypad and so forth, doesn’t exactly come cheap. But for $200, you can control your Vista PC’s music player from across the street. Now that is cool.