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Logitech Harmony 900 Remote Control

Logitech Harmony 900 Remote Control

Take control of your home entertainment system with the new Logitech Harmony 900 Remote Control ($400; September 2009). Using a completely redesigned RF system, the Harmony 900 can control up to 15 devices courtesy of IR blasters that you place in front of your components, so you can keep them in a cabinet up to 100 feet away. Other features include a touchscreen for simplified macro controls, such as "Watch TV" or "Listen to Music," and four distinct button zones, making it easier to find and use the controls you need.

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