It's taken forever and a half for Logitech to introduce a new universal remote but they finally have. Meet the Logitech Harmony Touch, a new universal remote that changes the Harmony button layout and replaces most of its actions with a touchscreen.
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Logitech's Harmony remotes are among the most acclaimed, most popular programmable remotes in the industry. But in a forward-looking move, Logitech is turning Harmony into a free iPhone/iPod/Android app to work with their Google TV companion box.
The $150 Logitech Harmony 700 is much like their other non-touchscreen universal remotes in that you have a load of physical buttons to push. However, the 700 is difference since it gives you four physically labeled activity keys.
The Gadget: An IR to Bluetooth adapter for the PS3, letting you use any Logitech Harmony universal remote to (finally) control your PlayStation 3.
The Gadget: The Logitech Harmony 1100, a touchscreen, color universal remote that follows up the Harmony 1000 as the top-end unit in Logitech's remote line.
Logitech just spilled an upcoming adapter that'll let you use any Harmony remote with the PS3. Not many details (price/date), but it'll do the usual Harmony magic and won't swallow a USB port. [Blogitech]
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Logitech has quietly released a new entry-level universal remote, the Harmony 510, for $100. Looking quite similar to the Harmony 550, it offers basically the same features as the rest of the Harmony 500 with a slightly different button layout and a lower price. You should be able to find this online for less than the…
Logitech's first new universal remote in a year, the $250 Harmony One, marries the sleek handheld grippiness of its skinnier Harmony models with the power of its $500 bad-ass, the Harmony 1000.
The Goods: The capacitive-touch 2.2" color screen is designed to respond quickly and accurately to your taps, while the…
Tiger Direct has the Logitech Harmony 550 universal remote control for a cheap $69.99. We've got one of these ourselves, so we can safely say that it's the most cost- and time-effective way to control your entertainment system if you've got a bunch of devices. The best part is probably "activities," which turns on and…
On this week's Coolness Roundup netcast, Gizmodo's Charlie White gleefully slam-dunks the laughable $169 Torpedo projector, and the Gurus of Cool reveal secrets about Harmony remote controls and HDMI cables. The duo also rifle through another Rapid Fire Roundup of Cool Products, and cite their latest assortment of…