If your Xbox One and TV had a baby, it would look like this

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When you own an Xbox One, it might be a pain to control both your Xbox One and your television at the same time. Thankfully, Microsoft has the Xbox One media remote to help you control your favorite entertainment right from your finger tips. If the official option is not to your liking, however, there are third party remotes out there, such as the Talon Media Remote. After coming across the listing for this remote online, we find it to be the results of what might happen if the Xbox One and a television had a child.

Talon Media Remote
Talon Media Remote

Overall, the remote appears to be much larger and longer than Microsoft’s official media remote. Set to come out in December of 2016, the remote is priced at $19.99 and is now available for pre-order.  Similar to Microsoft’s option, it works with Blu-ray and steaming media applications, and allows for complete control of channel and volume for your TV.  Powered by 2 AAA batteries, there is no set up required to use the automatically backlit soft rubberized textured  D-pad and A,B,X,Y button control.

So, what are your thoughts on this media control? How do you go about controlling both your Xbox and your TV? Let us know your thoughts by dropping us a comment below!