With the Harmony 700, Logitech has taken the best features of its flagship Harmony One universal remote, tossed out some nice-to-haves like a touchscreen and charging cradle, and come up with a product that does almost everything most people need a remote to do, for about half the price of the Harmony One. Like its older sibling, the Harmony 700 is completely programmable via a database of over 200k products, though the 700 can only control a maximum of six devices (compared to the One's support of up to fifteen devices). If you have that many gadgets in your entertainment unit, you definitely deserve the Harmony One. For the rest of us, the 700 does the job handily. Just beware the Harmony desktop app; although the device database is frequently updated, the configuration software is extraordinarily painful to use. Fortunately, you won't need it very often.