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Logitech Harmony 300 universal remote

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Back in April Adam Turner reviewed the Logitech Harmony 900 universal remote control, which costs a cool $899.95. In the interests of balance, we decided to also have a look at the cheapest model in the range – the $59.95 Harmony 300.
  • Pros: Price; easy setup
  • Cons: No screen; limited functionality
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Harmony in the home: Logitech Harmony 900

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: If you’ve got home entertainment gear hidden inside cabinets, behind false walls or in the next room, Logitech’s radio-enabled Harmony 900 universal remote could be a godsend.
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Logitech Harmony 1100i

Good Gear Guide
  • Summary: The Logitech Harmony 1100i universal remote control will control just about every electronic device on the planet (bar the PlayStation 3). The interface could be a little faster, but the 1100i is still a great way to replace that stack of plastic on your coffee table.
  • Pros: Customisable interface, controls multiple devices simultaneously, huge remote control database, "learn remote" feature
  • Cons: Some interface lag, remote can get confused, no Bluetooth
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Logitech Harmony Ultimate remote control

Good Gear Guide
  • Summary: Logitech’s $349 Harmony Ultimate remote package is made up of a Harmony Touch remote and Smart Hub receiver, which combine to let you control a huge range of TV and home theatre devices. It really is the only remote you need, but you pay a correspondingly high price.
  • Pros: Extensible, easy physical setup, Smartphone app control, Bluetooth, IR support
  • Cons: Complex software setup process, Missing high-end features, Expensive
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