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Logitech Harmony One

Logitech Harmony One

Logitech has yet again added to its super-popular line of advanced universal remotes. In addition to the standard activity-based control ("Watch a DVD," "Listen to Music," etc.), the Harmony One ($250) sports a 2.2-inch color touch screen, an intuitive button layout and a comfortable ergonomic design. The sleek remote, which sports a piano-black top and a silver base, also has the same easy set up as other Harmony remotes, letting you quickly add settings from over 225,000 devices from more than 5,000 manufacturers (updated almost daily) in Logitech's online database.

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