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Vastly improved and simplified RF support.
Easy, comfortable operation.
Excellent button layout and design that now include new Blu-ray-centric buttons.
High-resolution LCD that offers a touchscreen interface and touch-sensitive buttons for navigation.
Touchscreen adapts to specific situations.
Massive device database means it's compatible with most hardware.
Simple macros jump between entertainment center functions.
Rechargeable battery lasts at least several days away from charge.
Controls up to 15 devices.
Beautiful build quality.
Excellent phone support has you talking to a technician in moments.
Incompatible with earlier Harmony remotes.
Swapping out a device isn't as simple as it could be.
Lack of OS 10.6.
Can't control most Bluetooth devices.
Needs $60 adapter to control Playstation 3.
Advanced users can't program macros within macros for functions like TiVo's stepped fast-forward.
By Computeractive on November 11, 2011
This easy-to-use remote control worked very well, though setup could have been much simpler...
By TechRadar on March 25, 2011
At first glance, the Logitech Harmony 900 looks almost identical to the less expensive Harmony One. Like the latter it includes a 2.2-inch touchscreen, rechargeable Li-Ion battery and charging cradle, and can control 15 different devices. The price of...
By Big Picture Big Sound on December 31, 2010
Although the inability to transfer existing devices and activities from another Harmony remote is a bummer, and the lack of macro support is a bit surprising, the fact is that the Harmony 900 is the most flexible, easiest to use and simplest to...
By ConsumerSearch on December 01, 2010
Many reviewers say that the Logitech Harmony 900 offers one chief advantage over the widely praised Logitech Harmony One (*Est. $180) -- the inclusion of radio frequency (RF) support. That means that the Logitech Harmony 900 can communicate with AV...
By Macworld Australia on May 10, 2010
If you’ve got home entertainment gear hidden inside cabinets, behind false walls or in the next room, Logitech’s radio-enabled Harmony 900 universal remote could be a godsend. Unlike traditional remotes, the Harmony 900 can shoot through...
By Mac|Life on February 26, 2010
After first stumbling because the remote lacked enough documentation, the Harmony 900 won us over. It expertly replaces all of your old remotes, adding activity macros and IR compatibility.Harmony...
By L.A. Audio File on February 01, 2010
The Harmony® 900 Remote is the latest in advanced remote technology from the Harmony line and offers customers full RF wireless technology for reliable control of their A/V components. Like the earlier Harmony models, the Harmony 900 is easy to...
By The Gadgeteer on January 25, 2010
This past holiday season, my wife and I remodeled our basement putting in a relatively nice media room with fancy in-the-wall speakers, A/V receiver, big LCD TV, Blu-ray player, AppleTV, and Nintendo Wii. All of those components having their own...
By Electronicsme on December 21, 2009
If you're building a high-end home entertainment system, and want only one remote to control everything, then the Logitech Harmony 900 can likely handle the job. With it's database of device codes, you should be able to replace the remotes for...
By Wired on November 09, 2009
There's nothing easy about configuring a complex universal remote control. Figuring out Logitech's flagship model is about as difficult as acing an advanced calculus class at MIT. To configure the 900, we had to not only install its control...
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