Excerpt: Let’s face it, in today’s modern age having a pile of remotes is no longer acceptable. Frankly, it can also cause terrible entertainment meltdowns after a couple of brews (long story). Luckily for us, while we were off mashing buttons in the dark, the designers over at Logitech were tinkering away trying to create the perfect universal remote.
Conclusion: Logitech's newest universal remote features better ergonomics and adds a gorgeous color touch-screen display, but still offers dead-simple programming and one-touch control over all your home-theater gear.
Pros: Excellent setup software. Color touch-screen LCD. Feels lighter and more comfortable than its predecessor. Better buttons.
Cons: Pricey. Touch screen requires you to look at the remote to be sure you hit the correct buttons. Glossy black finish shows fingerprints and is prone to smudges.
Conclusion: I am really happy with the Harmony One. I would like to say that this is the last remote I will ever own, because it could be, but Logitech will probably come out with something new that will be better. I can easily recommend it to anyone that has a lot of remotes and wants to consolidate them. After getting past the setup even someone with no experience can easily use it.
Excerpt: A diferencia de muchos mandos a distancia universales, la última apuesta de Logitech no requiere de mucha inteligencia para utilizarlo, una vez que te has acostumbrado a la pantalla táctil y está configurado.
Excerpt: Universele afstandsbedieningen zijn in theorie handige dingen. Want zo`n beetje alles aan consumentenelektronica is tegenwoordig op afstand te bedienen, en in de meeste huiskamers liggen gemiddeld zo`n vier verschillende knoppendoosjes rond te slingeren, en daar ben je mooi vanaf met zo`n multi-ding.