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First Photos: Logitech Harmony 1000 Universal Remote Can Turn On Your Lights

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Here's a sexy bit of kit. Logitech's latest Harmony 1000 universal remote does the usual song and dance— an Irish Jig, really— that previous Harmony remotes do. We're talking about access to an online user-grown database with codes for 150k devices. But it also has a 3.5-inch touchscreen, control of RF devices through some extender box, and Z-Wave. Z-Wave, you know. No? It's a wireless home automation standard that can be used to control lights, door locks, window shades, and appliances. Or, think about it like this. With one click, you can turn on the DVD player, dim the lights, and start the laundry.

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More photos after the jump.

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Logitech Harmony 1000 [Logitech]

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We have a similar device to this for our video conference room at the office where money was no object. Can control everything - lights, shades, all the devices - does it all with RF. Great stuff. Only catch was that it runs around 3 grand. If they can do it for $500, that is a heck of a deal.