Logitech Harmony 300 – “A Remote For Everyone”

Logitech Harmony 300 (Image courtesy Pocket-lint)

Finally realizing that the majority of universal remotes sold at big box electronic stores aren’t the $300+ variety, Logitech has launched the Harmony 300, which ditches the LCD display, but gains a more reasonable price point of around $49.99. And like its more elaborate siblings, the Harmony 300 is easy to program. All you need to do is hook it up to your PC, visit the MyHarmony website (which for some reason redirects to www.iis.net at the moment) and replacing up to 4 other remotes is as easy as telling the site which devices you’re using. Their online database covers over 225,000 devices from over 5,000 brands, and since that list is growing every day, there’s a good chance your equipment is covered.

And even though it is lacking the LCD display that makes the more expensive models in the Harmony line highly customizable, the 300 still has a set of programmable buttons for quickly accessing your favorite channels or other custom functions. The Harmony 300 is expected to be available in early April in the U.S. and Europe.

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3 thoughts on “Logitech Harmony 300 – “A Remote For Everyone””

  1. I've had bad experiences with Harmony remotes. (I've had two in the past, and they both ended up freaking out on me. Couldn't get them to correctly adjust my system, even after trying online AND talking with the help desk over the phone.) So I find myself being a little on the skeptical side for this one….

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