There are too many Harmony remotes to keep straight, but the new Harmony 600 and 650 are welcome to confuse matters as they'll sell for $100 and under (or roughly 33% less than their predecessors).

Harmony 600

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The Harmony 600 features all of the standard Harmony functions—namely serving as a universal remote that can be programmed—via PC— to turn on your TV, DVD player and receiver when you ask to "Watch TV," plus it's rechargeable and features a screen that's monochrome and backlit. You'll find it for $80 this month.

Harmony 650

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Meanwhile, the Harmony 650 looks pretty much identical to the 600, save for the screen, which supports both color and icons. This premium will cost you an extra $20, as the 650 will retail for $100 (OK, technically $99.99).

The neat thing, however, is that the Harmony 650 appears to be a repackaging of the existing Harmony 700, a detail that wouldn't be good for more than trivia except that the 700 goes for $120 (and retails at $150). In other words, the line is dropping in price, significantly. [Logitech]

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