Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote with Color Touch Screen – OLD MODEL

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Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote with Color Touch Screen – OLD MODEL

Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote with Color Touch Screen - OLD MODEL

  • Easy Internet-based setup and live customer support (free customer support for 90 days)
  • Dedicated on-screen activity buttons
  • Color LCD touch screen
  • Contoured backlit buttons
  • Can learn IR codes from existing remote controls

Logitech Harmony One Universal Learning Remote Control Command the entirety of your home entertainment system with bravado and ease with the Logitech Harmony One Universal Learning Remote Control! This “learning” remote can implement the functions of your previous remotes simply by pointing them at it. A 2.2″ LCD full color display lets you manage functions with the convenience that only a touch screen can provide. A rechargeable lithium-ion battery complete with charging station will make paying for batteries all but a distant memory! Features Learns IR codes from existing remote controls Easy internet setup Downloadable internet codes One-touch access 2.2″ LCD display Full color touch screen Contoured backlit buttons Rechargeable battery Recharging station USB input Includes Remote control Lithium-ion battery Charging station AC adapter USB cable Installation CD Instruction manual One year vendor warranty

List Price: $ 199.99

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  1. 1,481 of 1,533 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A slick rechargeable touchscreen remote from Logitech, January 26, 2008
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    Heath L. Buckmaster “_heath_” (Sacramento, CA USA) –
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    A video review of the Logitech Harmony One, focusing on a few fun features like the motion sensor, rechargeability (with included docking station), and ability to replace 5 of our other remotes, including the specialized Tivo remote. Easy to program and easy to use touch screen makes this a very cool remote control.

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  2. 364 of 385 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Remote: Simple to Program, Even Easier to Use!, February 3, 2008
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    Jennifer Ray (Smyrna, TN United States) –
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    A year ago, I purchased the Logitech Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote Control and have liked it so much that I had determined to buy a second remote this year in order to have one upstairs and one downstairs. Although both the Harmony 880 and the new Harmony One each control many devices (I currently have 14 devices configured on each), it became tiresome to have to go to a different floor of the house to grab the remote for the other level. Then Amazon Vine received the Harmony One remote from Logitech for review, and I was thrilled to be able to review it.

    The Harmony 880 and the Harmony One are very similar in functionality and programming. Both are programmed using a USB interface to your PC and the Logitech Harmony Remote Software. Both can handle multiple devices with considerable ease, allowing for most users to configure every remote-controlled device in their home. Both remotes can `learn’ from the original remote if you are not able to configure a device using the model number. Both of these remotes enjoy a rechargeable dock.

    Where the significant improvements are in the Harmony One over the Harmony 880 are the feel of the device in the hand, the improved backlit hard buttons that are easy to see in the dark, and a dock that cradles the remote much better (making it more difficult for your cat to knock the remote out of the dock! LOL). Also, with significant spaces between buttons on the Harmony One, it is easier to feel your way around the remote without looking.

    If you are replacing an older Harmony remote, the Logitech Harmony software offers the opportunity to `replace’ the currently configured device with the newer device, transferring your device setup for all the TVs, VCRs, DVRs, etc. to the new remote with little effort. As I did not want to replace, but add a new remote, I didn’t use this function myself.

    For those of us who are adding a new remote, I was a bit disappointed in the Harmony Remote software. You cannot have multiple remotes under one Logitech account. Instead, you must set up a separate ID for each remote. Many people use the same ID for most computer programs and online sites requiring one, and this requirement may cause some trouble for us in the future. I can easily imagine that the next time I need to program this remote I may have forgotten the ID I used to set it up with. While I keep pretty good track of my IDs and passwords, it will be hard to remember a year from now that I had to use a non-standard ID for this one. I would like to see the software revised to allow for multiple remotes in one account, and the ability to copy configurations from one to another.

    On the bright side, the software really does make it easy to configure your televisions, Tivos, DVD players and more. If you have the model number of that device, this is the simplest method of configuring it, and with an extensive database of model numbers – including some very old tvs and the like (judging by my own setup), it is a pretty sure-fire way to set up your Harmony One Remote quickly and easily.

    Of course, there are times when you simply cannot find the model number for a device. My bedroom television does not have a model number anywhere that I can find it. So, I used the `learn’ function on the Harmony One Remote to teach the Logitech device the correct codes, using my original remote from the television. Even if you haven’t the original remote, the remotes are still easy to configure using the brand name and the device type (i.e. Sharp TV) in the Harmony software.

    Programming custom buttons for devices is very easy. I like to control the volume on my television while the remote is in Tivo mode, so I simply used the TV remote to program the volume buttons on the Harmony One Remote for the specific TV I will use. This procedure is as simple as lining up the two remotes and clicking the button you are configuring, then letting the Logitech software do its magic!

    So far, I have configured a variety of devices with this remote easily: TVs, TiVos, DVD players, VCR, Cable Boxes, and an A/V receiver. None were problematic, and all work very well. I highly recommend the Harmony One Remote for anyone who wants to combine all their remotes to one and prefers ease of configuring. Oh, and it looks pretty sharp, too. Especially with my own photographs downloaded to run a pretty screensaver!

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  3. 165 of 174 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Logitech’s Best Harmony Yet…But Could Still Be Better, February 1, 2008
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    The introduction of the new Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote has really raised some eyebrows and produced a lot of chatter in the electronics gadget market. Once you see this remote and try it for yourself you will understand what all the buzz is about!

    The Harmony line of universal remotes has become the most popular among average consumer grade remotes here in the U.S. Although not cheap, the Logitech Harmony series offers great functionality, easy computer-based programmability, and stylish looks at a somewhat affordable price. I already owned two other Harmony remotes, including the Logitech Harmony 550 Universal Remote and the Logitech Harmony 880 Advanced Universal Remote Control, before deciding to buy the new Harmony One. The 880 model has proven to be a wonderful but somewhat frustrating remote to own. It has very small buttons, a smallish color LCD display, and I had problems with the charging feature working properly when sitting the remote in its charging cradle. The Harmony one improves on all of these aspects. This new remote has much larger buttons, which have unique shapes that make it easy to determine function of most buttons by feel (so you don’t have to look at them before pressing). The LCD screen is bigger, brighter, and has a much higher resolution; not to mention the fact that it is a touch screen. The newly designed charging cradle is formed precisely to hold the new Harmony One snug, so it cannot wobble and lose connection with the charging contacts. The Harmony One is a slight bit larger than the Harmony 880 and 890 series remotes, but feels more balanced in the hand; likely due to the remote’s wonderful contoured body. Setting up the new Harmony One could not be much easier, using the same USB interface and Harmony Remote software that all of the other Harmony remotes utilize. If you already have a previous Harmony remote, you can copy over all of the activities and devices onto the new Harmony One. However, doing this will cause you to lose any custom button settings. As could be expected, the Harmony One also has an IR learning capability, so you can teach it IR commands from other device remotes that you have.

    Although some of the features of this new model are not unique from other Harmony models, here are a few of the perks you get with the newly designed Harmony One:

    – Beautiful 2.2″ LCD Touch Screen Display (220 by 176 pixels)
    – 40 Essential Backlit Function Buttons, With Unique Shapes That Make Them Easy To Identify By Touch
    – USB Interface Allows Easy Setup via Computer With Included Harmony Remote Software
    – Harmony Remote Software Currently Includes Database Of More Than 5,000 Manufacturers and 175,000 Devices.
    – Activities Can Be Programmed For One Touch Control Of Your Entire Home Entertainment and/or Home Automation System (i.e., Watch DVD, Listen to CD, etc.)
    – Up To 15 Devices Can Be Programmed, Meaning You Can Essentially Replace 15 Remotes With The Harmony One
    – Logos Can Be Added For Favorite Channels Or Device Functions (although setting this up can be rather tedious!)
    – Rechargeable Litium Ion Battery Powers Remote For Several Days Between Charges
    – Up To 8 Photos Can Be Uploaded For Slideshow On LCD Display (resolution and file size limitations apply!)
    – Ergonomic Body Fits Well In Hand And Feels Light And Well Balanced
    – Included Charging Cradle Holds Remote Snug And Keeps Remote Charged And Ready For Use
    – IR Learning Feature Allows Custom Teaching Of Specialized Device Remote Commands
    – Built-In Motion Sensor Automatically Tuns On Backlighting When Remote Is Picked Up Or Tilted

    With the good you always have to expect some bad, and the Harmony One does indeed have a few flaws that nick my overall score of this otherwise awesome device:

    – Glossy Surface Of Remote Promotes Ugly Finger Print Smudges And Accentuates The Appearance Of Dust Particles
    – Only 3 Activities Are Displayed On LCD At One Time (you can flip pages to display other activities in sets of 3)
    – No RF or Bluetooth (IR only!)
    – No WiFi for Remote Setup (must be plugged directly into PC via included USB cable)
    – Photos and Custom Button Icons Can Be Painful To Setup and Configure
    – Remote Wobbles A Bit When Sitting On Hard Surface (counter top, night stand, etc.)
    – Cannot Customize Order Of Device List
    – No Tactile Response/Feedback for Touchscreen Buttons

    Overall I am extremely pleased with my new Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote. It is definately a step up from my Harmony 880 model. However, with a $250.00 price tag this may not be a practical choice for everyone. Many of the cheaper Logitech Harmony universal remotes offer…

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