Logitech Brings Harmony to Remote Chaos
The Good: Fully programmable, with touch-screen interface and easy Web software
The Bad: Changes channels incorrectly on occasion; glossy black surface prone to smudging
The Bottom Line: An all-in-one remote that's affordable and easy to use
Over the years, I've tried quite a few so-called universal remote controls that aim to replace the half-dozen or so remotes most people have cluttering their coffee tables. None have come close to meeting my admittedly unique needs; I test new devices so frequently that the time it takes to program each into a universal remote isn't worth the effort. But now I've found one that's worth even my while.
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