Excerpt: The Good Allows you to enjoy your home entertainment center without searching for the right remote. Add new devices by updating via the Internet on logictech.com The Bad You need to understand your home entertainment center in order to properly program the Harmony Remote.
Pros: Allows you to enjoy your home entertainment center without searching for the right remote. Add new devices by updating via the Internet on logictech.com
Cons: You need to understand your home entertainment center in order to properly program the Harmony Remote. The price is a bit steep
Excerpt: We reviewed the Logitech Harmony H688 remote back in July and gave it rave reviews for its excellent ergonomics, programming and programming user interface. As Logitech releases more remote control styles we promised to keep you updated so you can make informed decisions as to which to consider...
Pros: Easily programmed for basic commands, Even better layout than the H688, Mac/PC compatible, Flexible programming for advanced features, Easy enough for grandma to use
Cons: Limited advanced programming, Relatively slow web-based programming interface, Main activity buttons very hard to read in dark
Summary: The Harmony 676 is
a excellent universal remote control that can control any infrared device. The
remote control has many visual appealing features. The sleek design of the
remote control will satisfy any customer. It is very expensive, but every dollar that is spent on it is worth it.
Pros: Smart State
Technology, Can control
almost any infrared device, Cover can
be replaced, Contains a
interactive LCD, Buttons
Glow, Has four
activity buttons, Internet
powered, Contains a
remote controller learning port, Contains a
help button, Unique