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6.2 out of 10

Logitech Harmony 510

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Overall 6
6.0

Logitech Harmony 510

CNET
19 May 2008
  • Summary: The Logitech Harmony 510 is a good PC-programmable universal remote, but you should opt for one of the two nearly identical Harmony models instead.
  • Pros: PC-programmable universal remote; Windows and Mac compatible; activity- and device-based control; strong backlight.
  • Cons: Only controls five devices; two nearly identical Harmony models have more buttons and control more devices; numeric keypad buttons are too small and grouped too closely together; Web-based interface might intimidate nontechie users.
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Overall 7
7.0

Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360

CNET
21 March 2008
  • Summary: A sleek design, an impressive feature set, and a manageable price tag make the Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote an excellent choice for Xbox 360 owners.
  • Pros: Better shape than previous Harmony remotes; strong backlight; choice between device or activity usage; intuitive, Web-based programming.
  • Cons: No rechargeable battery option; numeric keypad buttons are too small and grouped too closely together; Web interface might intimidate nontechie users.
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Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360

PC Magazine
1 February 2008
Overall 9
9.4

Logitech® Harmony® Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360

Active Network
10 March 2008
  • Conclusion: Logitech has done their homework. They did it fast, and they did it right by making it out on time for all the Xbox 360 fans out there. Even if you don't have an Xbox 360, this remote will suit anyone's universal needs. This is without a doubt the best remote I have used or owned. I have owned no less than 100+ remotes, none of which stack up to this Harmony. Of course, none were quite so expensive.
  • Pros: Large Information Screen, High Quality Material, Universal Activities
  • Cons: Inconsistent Activity Experience, Loud metallic buttons, pc required to program, pricey before rebate
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