Reviews and Problems with Logitech Harmony 670 Advanced Universal Remote
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Logitech Harmony 670
8 February 2010
Summary: The Logitech Harmony 670 may not be the coolest-looking universal remote, but it's one of the easiest to use, especially for DVR users.
Pros: The Logitech Harmony 670 is a throwback to the comfortable peanut-shape design of old, with DVR-friendly buttons placed in the center. It retains the same great features and functionality that the Harmony line is known for, such as activity or device-based command, PC/Mac programmability, and a contextual LCD screen.
Cons: The 670 isn't as sleek or as stylish as the more-recent "flat" Harmony models. Moreover, it lacks the rechargeable battery/cradle and color LCD found on higher-end Harmony models. Even with an upgrade in place, the Web-based programming can still intimidate nontechie users. And the remote's silver finish scuffs pretty easily.
Summary: The Logitech
Harmony 670 Advanced Universal Remote is a great controller for the multiple
device household . Capable of controlling virtually any TV, DVR, DVD
player, game system, or other device, this remote is a handy addition to the
tech savvy home. With nice backlit LCD display, glowing backlit buttons, and
easy to read and see labeling, this remote is a winner. For the price of under
$100 ( found
online here ), this remote is a steal.
Pros: Help feature makes operation a breeze, Easy install and operation, Backlighting