Harmony 880 Universal Remote

Harmony 880 Universal Remote

So you’ve got an HDTV. And a TiVo. And a surround system. And a, well, you get the idea — you’ve got a lot of devices, and they all have a different remote. Instead of fighting a losing battle with them, replace them with the Harmony 880 Universal Remote from Logitech ($240). It features a color LCD screen, an activity based control scheme, controls for TiVo and DVRs, and a built-in rechargeable battery with a recharging dock. It’s so simple, even the oldest member of the family can figure it out — as long as they aren’t senile and think it’s a hot dog or something.
[via PVRblog]

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