Logitech Harmony Link review
Aside from an easy setup through MyHarmony.com, nothing sets this IR-to-WiFi bridge apart from the competition.
- Easy to setup via MyHarmony.comSolid hardware
- Inflexible programmingLimited touchscreen featuresOnly supports IR controlLimited one-way control
A first encounter with a multitouch device gets any active imagination running, so of course a home theater fan thinks it could make for the ultimate remote. But can any of that promise be realized in the dead zone that is the consumer remote control space? The leader of that dead zone is ready to give it a try with the Harmony Link -- a WiFi-to-IR bridge that allows you to control your TV from any room of the house via an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android device. For $100, it's a setup that promises to blend ease of programming with network connectivity and multitouch control. So exactly how good is Logitech's attempt? We'll reveal that after the break, of course.
How It Stacks Up
Harmony Ultimate Hub
Harmony Smart Control
TV Touch Remote
Multimedia Remote Keyboard
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