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If you have big bucks and insist on a touch-screen remote, Logitech's slick Harmony 1100 isn't bad. But the baton-style Harmony One, with its smaller screen, additional hardware buttons, and better ergonomics, is much easier to use—and afford. quote


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Critic reviews

7.2
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    8.3
  • Device support
    8.3
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7.4
10 reviews
7.0
Engadget Feb 20, 2009

The 1100 definitely has the look and feel of a solid piece of kit; one of those devices you want to pick up and turn over in your hand just for the sake of feeling it... But, when it comes to the actual business of controlling your devices, it's no better than the ... 500-series remotes.

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8.0
CNET Feb 19, 2009

The Logitech Harmony 1100 is an excellent touch-screen universal remote that corrects most of the shortcomings and frustrations of its predecessor, but its high price will relegate it to high-end home theaters only.

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6.0
PC Mag Apr 3, 2009

If you have big bucks and insist on a touch-screen remote, Logitech's slick Harmony 1100 isn't bad. But the baton-style Harmony One, with its smaller screen, additional hardware buttons, and better ergonomics, is much easier to use—and afford.

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8.0
Digital Trends Apr 20, 2009

With a price tag one penny shy of 500 clams (you can buy it online for less), there’s no denying that Logitech’s Harmony 1100 Universal Remote is pricey, until you compare it with touch-screen remote controls from companies such as Crestron and AMX, which cost several times more.

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8.0
Hardware Heaven Jul 6, 2009

The Logitech Harmony is a fantastic option for your home entertainment centre and if the practicality of the touch screen design doesn’t put you off it is worth some serious consideration.

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5.0
Migz7 Migz7

Bought the Harmony 1100 after my Harmony One fell off the kitchen counter and LCD screen cracked. Thought it would be cool to use a touch screen and customize it out but after using it for about 6 month I really hate the remote. I want the hard buttons from the Harmony One back. The remote...

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5.0
peckrob peckrob

I want to like this remote. I really do. But I can't say that I'm entirely happy with it. First, the device support is outstanding. There doesn't seem to be literally anything it can't support, up to and including the random 10 year old VCR I still have hooked up to my entertainment system for...

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6.0
puzder puzder

I updated from my Harmony 890. The 890 is still the best remote I have every used. There are use similarities between the 1100 and the 890, but the overall feel, button placement is awkward. the help button is soft and rarely works. I like that its a unique design, but the touch screen seems...

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9.0
TiRohn TiRohn

This remote was the first remote that really was able to handle all my different components without having to manually programm the main functions in a cumbersome way. Almost Plug and play!

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8.0
shelholtz shelholtz

This is the first universal remote I've had, but I can't imagine them doing what they advertise much better. The setup is a bit tedious, but the fact that it interfaces with online data means new devices are added easily. I have a TiVo Premiere box -- relatively new -- and the Harmony...

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