Logitech Harmony 700
The main up and down arrow rocker is perfect for scrolling through pages.
Powerful universal remote with great ergonomics.
Color LCD screen surrounded by five contextual buttons.
Most keys are backlit.
Web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs.
Supports custom sequences/macros.
Cheapest remote in the Harmony line.
User-replaceable rechargeable batteries.
The supplied wall charger is cheaply made and a power cradle is much needed.
Controls only six devices.
Teaching new remotes is laborious.
No charging dock.
Requires a computer to set up.
No RF compatibility.
Lacks touch screen and charging cradle found on more-expensive Harmony models.
Screen needs to be viewed head on.
By AVRev on February 01, 2011
The Harmony 700 home theater remote control is best suited for smaller home theaters or the family room. Controlling, for instance, a television, cable box, Xbox 360, Blu-ray player, A/V receiver and CD changer is simple and an ideal match for the...-
By Stuff NZ on August 10, 2010
One of the biggest complaints my wife has about the setup in our lounge is how many devices I have connected to the television set, and how many remotes there are to control those devices. It's a valid complaint, and over the years, our collection...-
By Pocket-lint on July 09, 2010
If you are wanting more from your remote and an easy to manage set-up, this is definitely a good way to...90
By HEXUS.net on June 01, 2010
If you want to make controlling your digital life easier than the Harmony 700 is certainly going to do that for you, with a brilliantly simple to understand set-up process that worked like a dream on first attempt. Being the main gaming reviewer on...80
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
The Logitech Harmony 700 has fantastic features and is well worth the...88
By Whathifi.com on April 13, 2010
If you're after a universal remote, buying a Harmony is the way to go. The more pertinent question is: which model in the burgeoning range is the one to get?All Harmony remotes share the same key strength – the set-up software. Simply tell...80
By The Inquirer on February 15, 2010
Universal remote controls help you reclaim your living room and both the One for All Smartcontrol and Logitech's Harmony 700 do a great job. They both look good, are easy to set up and reasonably priced. The Smartcontrol offers the vast majority of...-
By Electronicsme on December 30, 2009
The Harmony 700 is a very powerful device, and at its street price it makes a very good choice in a universal remote control. The guided online programming and setup take a lot of the hassle out of programming, unlike some of the other, manually...100
By CNET Australia on November 30, 2009
The Harmony 700 is a fine remote, but Logitech's older universal remotes outclass it in features and...72
By cnet on November 18, 2009
The Logitech Harmony 700 delivers the bulk of the Harmony One's excellent feature set and ergonomics at a lower price point. Read full review See all...80