Easy to program.
Buttons for TV / DVR / DVD / Bluray.
Solid universal remote.
Updated wizard-style setup software optimized for tech novices.
Works on Windows or Mac.
Excellent help and support options.
One activity button.
No ability to add macro function (multiple controls on a single button).
Lacks Smart State Technology.
Controls only four devices.
Requires a computer with Internet access to configure.
For just S$30 more, step-up model adds an LCD screen.
Lacks a LCD color screen.
By Home Theater Review on May 04, 2011
We all know the saying, "You get what you pay for." The Harmony 300's form and function are on par with other models that I've seen in the under-$40 price range; its major benefit is the intuitive Harmony setup process, while its major drawbacks...90
By Home Theater Sound on February 01, 2011
Logitech has many models above the Harmony 300 that should suit the needs of those who require a fully featured, activity-based remote control for a complex A/V system. But if all you need is an inexpensive, basic universal remote that can control up...-
By CNET Asia on June 25, 2010
If you're looking for a cheap and easy universal remote--and you can live with its streamlined feature set--the Logitech Harmony 300 is a great choice....70
By PC Mag on June 25, 2010
The entry-level Logitech Harmony 300 offers pain-free universal-remote setup, but lacks the LCD and macros you'll find on more-expensive Harmony...60
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
Although a color screen is missing, we are still impressed with this universal...63
By CNET Australia on April 16, 2010
Cheap and cheerful, the Harmony 300 does what it says on the box, but not much...82