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8.1
6 reviews
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    8.6
  • Device support
    8.0
  • Battery life
    8.0

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8.1
15 reviews
9.0
CNET Aug 11, 2009

The Logitech Harmony 900 is, hands down, the best universal remote control we've ever tested.

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8.0
Gizmodo Aug 11, 2009

This form factor, plus the included charging dock and the RF to IR blasters make this the best remote package Logitech has right now.

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8.0
TechRadar Mar 25, 2011

In other respects the 900 is a conventional universal remote control. It uses the same configuration software as the Harmony One, so I was easily able to configure it to use all my home entertainment kit...

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9.0
The Gadgeteer Jan 25, 2010

If you have a solid faced cabinet and do not like to have the cabinet doors open when using your system, the Harmony 900 is a great answer to eliminate remote clutter and bring greater Tech-Zen into your World.

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10
rnilsson rnilsson

I have been holding off on getting a universal remote for about 10 years. I've looked at the options from time to time, but had never found the "right" remote for myself and my wife (this is a negotiation, after all). Our current setup: - Pioneer Plasma - DirecTV HR20 - PS3 -...

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7.0
DPJ DPJ

The functionality is great and the RF capability is a must for my setup. Bad news is that the buttons on this thing are guaranteed to ware-out after a year. And make sure you don't drop it, even a little or its done. Cheaply made with cheap components.

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9.0
Dinnesdale Dinnesdale

I decided that RF would be a good reason to upgrade from the Harmony 880 - turns out that the management tool would not allow me to retain my configuration from the older remote. I was forced to open a new account, but this new remote was easier to set up than the older model. I did a lot of...

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8.0
billchristian billchristian

The remote works as well as all the reviewers have stated. I can control all of my devices with it. My only hold out was that my iPhone and HTC Inspire and iPad have so much more capabilities. For the price I would prefer a more openly available device to develop on.

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7.0
birru birru

The remote itself looks nice enough. Everything is VERY shiny plastic. Most of the plastic is painted gloss black and silver. About two thirds of the bottom of the remote is coated in rubber. Even so, it feels very slick in the hand. Luckily, it's also very light (almost cheap feeling) so you...

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9.0
rbricker99 rbricker99

I have had an older harmony for so many years that many keys were no longer recognizable and rebooted occasionally. Was worried about lag time with the RF controller and getting the IR blasters to talk to all my devices. Worked the first time. Even with a bit of an odd ball setup. Very happy....

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9.0
tellerink tellerink

This remote control's everything to the radio, dvd, tv, satellite, etc. sometimes confusing, but very useful so you don't have 10 controllers hanging around. Battery has never died for us yet!

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8.0
CORRUPT27 CORRUPT27

I owned the harmony 890 and then got the 900. This was the best remote until my battery swelled up and stopped working. I miss this remote

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9.0
itchyeyes itchyeyes

To be honest, I was rather hesitant to buy another Harmony remote. I previously owned the Xbox 360 branded Harmony and was rather disappointed with it. It was slow, chewed through batteries, and had an issue of trying to switch inputs before the my TV was fully powered up which basically made...

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