"Vastly inferior to the Harmony 550 in every way."
6 November 2013
Pros: If it was priced at $29.99 it wouldn't be an awful deal.
Cons: Macros only work fitfully; only controls up to 5 devices; web-based software far less functional than than PC based software of earlier Harmony Remotes. Programming to switch between TV and Blu-Ray Activities was too much for this remote.
Summary: It has a ton of great features. Too bad they don't work. I have had the remote for three months and it has never worked properly. I have spent countless hours on my own and on the phone with tech support trying to get it to work properly.
"A disappointing product from a usually stellar company."
13 December 2012
Pros: You can drop it and it won't break. Haven't tried throwing it at a wall - but am tempted often...
Cons: When turning on target devices, the remote often doesn't activate an appliance. (yes - it was correctly programmed for each device) Despite this failure, it still demands to be pointed at the targets for an insufferably long period of time. Futility!
Pros: Nice idea and works great when the hardware does not have issues.
Cons: The battery or some thing is lose in this remote and that makes it to reset the remote often and so it won't remember what you have started seeing. It is pain to get back to what you were controlling before.
Summary: I read all the reviews before buying this thing. Software set up on line was a nightmare, Finally called Logitech. It took an hour for them to set it up on my computer. I then was able to program my remote. It took all night to get it to operate everything somewhat correctly. When I woke up this morning all the programming was lost. I either start all over again, or return it. I am controlling Sony receiver, Samsung TV, Sony Blu-Ray and ROKU. WTF!