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Powerful IR transmitter.
Customizable button layout.
Rechargeable battery with included charging cradle.
Slick 3.5 inch touchscreen.
Controls up to 15 devices.
Programs easily via Web-connected PC or Mac.
Activity-based macros make switching components easy.
Only 90 days of tech support.
Known issues for Mac users.
Had to create a new account/new setup.
Two handed use.
RF module is optional.
Screen drains battery quickly.
No easy way to use in different rooms.
Lacks design and programming flexibility.
Setting up systems with more than five or six components can get pretty tricky.
Configuration may take a few tries to perfect for all your devices.
Setup process has no Bluray selection.
By The Gadgeteer on May 09, 2011
A good friend of mine needed a universal remote with RF to control his new media room. All of his A/V equipment is behind his couch in the back of the room. He needed the remote for a few months and looked to me for a good tech-solution and a good...
By DigitalVersus on October 06, 2010
On its release, this remote was out of the ordinary. Now, its screen suffers in comparison with smartphones: resistive, not bright enough and with reduced viewing angles - it doesn't feel as if it should cost this...
By ConsumerSearch on October 01, 2010
Experts say the Logitech Harmony 1100 is blessed with a responsive 3.5-inch touch screen, easy web-based setup and a user-friendly interface. This is a tablet-style remote, which means that the Logitech Harmony 1100 will take up more space on your...
By G4tv.com on March 24, 2010
Video Review: As complicated as gadgetry can become, sometimes it's good to keep things simple. That's why Chris Hardwick and Olivia Munn examine the Harmony 1100 from Logitech, a universal remote that can turn on multiple components with one...
By Electronicsme on January 09, 2010
Because the Logitech Harmony 1100 Advanced Universal Remote Control is more technically-challenging than many other remotes, you may want to consider a lower model. Setup time takes nearly an hour at minimum, and users can become easily confused along...
By Overclockers Online on November 08, 2009
Logitech has made a number of Harmony Remotes and each one they make continues to outperform the previous. The Logitech Harmony 1100 is by far the most advanced and expensive remote available. Priced at $399.00 (MSRP) it has the price of a small...
By Computeractive on August 26, 2009
It may be nudging the luxury end of the budget but for anyone drowning in a sea of remotes the Harmony 1100 is seriously worth...
By Big Picture Big Sound on August 25, 2009
Like all Harmony remotes, this one certainly does not disappoint. The 1100 has the same unbelievably easy setup that the company has built its remote business on. Logitech carries that ease through to the actual day-to-day use as well and does so in a...
By Web User on July 30, 2009
The Harmony 1100 is a smart and superbly integrated product that does a brilliant job of integrating multiple remotes. Configuring your devices is a bit of a slog but, once it’s done, all your entertainment is just a touch away – perfect for...
By Mac|Life on June 23, 2009
If flashy toys are your thing--and you happen to have equipment that works with Harmony remotes--then the 1100 might be for you. If, however, function is more important than form, you’re better off with a universal remote that rocks more physical...
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