Harmony 1100 remote review: a bigger screen isn't always better
- Solid feelSophisticated designComprehensive device support
- High costToo few buttonsNot enjoyable to use
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 something of a savior, elegantly hiding all your devices behind simple activities like "Watch TV" or "Play a CD." The Harmony 1100 is the latest to join the lineup, and is in many ways the most elegant to look at and to hold. Sadly, though, it's far from the most intuitive to use, and so is not exactly our favorite.
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