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If you've been pondering the purchase of a touchscreen-heavy $500 remote, you've probably been pondering the purchase of a Logitech Harmony 1100. If so, you should probably surf on over to Engadget Classic's review, which takes a critical look at its pros, cons and everything in between. Go on, get

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February 20, 2009 at 2:24PM
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Like a skeleton in the closet or a beating heart in the floorboards, many home theater enthusiasts are cursed by a barrage of remote controls, each with different shapes, sizes, and battery demands. Cheap multi-device programmable remotes help, but Logitech's Harmony line has for years been somethi

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Logitech's last Harmony launch was of the subtle and sneaky variety, but there's nothing at all quiet about this one. The big, bold and brash Harmony 1100 is showing itself here in Las Vegas, and the primary selling point is the customizable, 3.5-inch QVGA full-color touchscreen. Rather than gettin

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Logitech's last Harmony launch was of the subtle and sneaky variety, but there's nothing at all quiet about this one. The big, bold and brash Harmony 1100 is showing itself here in Las Vegas, and the primary selling point is the customizable, 3.5-inch QVGA full-color touchscreen. Rather than gettin

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