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Logitech Brings Harmony to Remote Chaos

If you'd rather have one universal remote control vs. many for your home theater needs, check out the simple, affordable Harmony One

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.

Logitech's (LOGI) new Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote, which replaces the Harmony 880, offers some welcome improvements, including better ergonomics, a beautiful touch-screen display, and revamped software that makes programming up to 15 home theater and home automation devices a relatively painless affair.