By now, you should all be familiar with Griffin’s Beacon universal remote system, as we’ve gotten our hands on the iPhone version and let you know about the one for Android, too. Well Dijit, who creates the apps that work with the Beacon hardware, wasn’t done, and so has released an iPad-specific app to take advantage of the extra screen real estate it affords. Dijit calls it a “reimagined” version of the iPhone app and it provides both a new look and some new functionality to the Dijit experience. We got to spend some time with the app at gdgt Live in San Francisco, and found it to be quite similar to the recently released Android version. Head on past the break for a video breakdown of Dijit for iPad and our impressions of the app in action.
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