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We have collected 1 reviews of the Logitech Harmony 300. Experts rate Logitech Harmony 300 6/10. Reviewsor.com helps you find reviews, best prices, user reviews of the Logitech Harmony 300 and Logitech Remote controls.
Logitech's Harmony line of universal remote controls have become synonymous with simple computer-based programming; and despite its low $49.99 (direct) price, the entry-level Harmony 300 is no exception. In order to keep the price low, Logitech had to cut some of the features we love in other Harmony remotes including programmable macros, an LCD for simulating buttons, and the on-screen help function, but you still get the ability to easily program up to four other remote controls. Unlike the typical universal remote you can pick up at Radio Shack, you don't have to spend an hour punching in numeric codes until you find the one that actually turns on your device. You can program this remote with your PC in a matter of minutes. The glossy black Harmony 300 is built with ergonomics in mind; it's very comfortable and lightweight at just 5.9 ounces. The curvy design and button size and placement is similar to other wand-style Harmony remotes; the big difference is that buttons are made of varying materials - on the 300, they feel soft and rubbery like on the Harmony 700 ($149.99, ). The buttons on the Harmony One ($249.99, ), on the other hand, are made of hard plastic.
By MaximumPC, published 27-06-2011
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By TechRadar, published 04-02-2011
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By SlashGear, published 19-03-2011
Most people want to find a way to replace all their remotes for a single universal remote that can do it all. They reason that with a single remote, they can cut down on confusion and annoyance. Oh, how wrong those universal remote seekers are. Like many others who have several devices hooked up in the living room, I’ve tried to find some help organizing my life with a universal remote. I’ve...
By MaximumPC, published 02-07-2011
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