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6/25/22

[Answer] In 1950, Zenith introduced the first TV remote control. What was it called?

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In 1950, Zenith introduced the first TV remote control. What was it called?


  • Lazy Bones:The first TV remote control, called the “Lazy Bones,” was developed in 1950 by Zenith. The Lazy Bones could turn a television on and off as well as change channels and adjust the volume. It was not, however, a wireless remote control. A long, heavy cord connected the Lazy Bones remote control to the television. Although customers enjoyed having remote control of their television, they complained about tripping over the cord. The invention of the wireless TV remote control five years later would put an end to this issue.



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