Logitech Harmony Remote Deals: One, 700, 1100 and 900

For some time now I have been thinking about getting myself a new remote, and not just any, a Harmony Remote. However, choosing one of these bad boys is a daunting task, as there are four models — all with their own little features. So let us look at each one.

The first is the Harmony 900, which also comes with adapter for the PS3. With this you get a color touchscreen, as well as a Bluetooth adapter; it is this that makes it work with the Sony PlayStation. The normal price is $459.98, but you can currently get it for $339.99.

Next up we have the Harmony 1100 Advanced Universal Remote, which has a 3.5-inch color screen — again this is touch. There are no fears that this remote will not work with your device, as it supports over 225,000 devices. Get more details here.

The Logitech Harmony One looks to be the most popular, and its easy to see why. The thing I like most about this remote is how it can control up to 15 devices at the touch of a button. You can read more details by visiting Harmony.

Finally we have the Logitech Harmony 700 Advanced Universal Remote, which also comes with an IR extender bundle. This means that you no longer have to have your equipment on show — this will keep my wife happy then. I think this is the one for more, as it is the cheapest. More details here.

There are still other remotes to choose from Logitech, such as the Harmony 900. All of these will go well with the new Logitech Revue with Google TV.

Which of the four remotes would you choose?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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