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Friday, 05 March 2010 13:03

New Logitech remotes will help our devices live in Harmony

Logitech has announced a new Harmony range of remotes, with the imminent launch of two new budget models that will replace the five present models.

The Harmony 600 and Harmony 650 remotes are each designed to replace up to five other remotes, and both feature one-click activity buttons. The Harmony 650 also incorporates a colour screen that displays channel icons.

"From Betamax to Blu-ray, you can be sure the Logitech Harmony remote can control virtually any IR home-electronic device," the company has said.

The 600 model has a monochrome backlit screen that displays power and volume commands, which is the main difference between it and the more advanced 650 which has a colour screen. Pricing has not yet been released for either model.

To set up the remotes, users can simply go to www.logitech.com/myharmony to download software, eliminating the need to program codes, the company said. Apparently, more than 250,000 devices from more than 5,000 brands are supported.

Both are remotes are scheduled to be available later this month.


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