Conclusion: We all know the saying, "You get what you pay for." The Harmony 300's form and function are on par with other models that I've seen in the under-$40 price range; its major benefit is the intuitive Harmony setup process, while its major drawbacks are the lack of backlighting and inability to program additional macros. Overall, this remote provides a good introduction to the Harmony universe for a consumer with basic system control needs.
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.