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Packed with more buttons than a Civil War-era army uniform, the Logitech Harmony 670 is a mid-range universal remote that offers most of the functionality but less extras than its big brothers in the Harmony line.

The 670 works with the Harmony 7.0 software to make setting up different devices a breeze, but has a monochrome LCD screen instead of the crazy 3.5-inch touchscreen of the Harmony 1000. However, this costs only $149, plus improves on the Harmony 659 by putting DVR functions in the middle of the remote where it's easier to reach.


We've always liked Harmony remotes, so this one should be a pretty decent foray into the world of universal remotes for those who don't want to spend 300 bones.

Press Release [Logitech via Uber Gizmo]

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