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Logitech Harmony 1000 Remote Control Review

ajmatson    -   December 11, 2007
Category: Gadgets
Price: $419.99
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Introduction:

Ok, I know everyone has done this, as I know I did all the time until now. You sit down and turn on the TV, then you have to grab the cable box remote to change it to the channel that you want to watch. Wait!  The volume is too low so you have to get up and pick up the the TV remote to adjust the sound. Then you realized that this is now what you want to watch so you decide to watch a DVD. Hmmm, where did you put the DVD player remote now? This gets very frustrating after a while doesn't it? Well, not if you have a remote that takes care of them all.

The Logitech Harmony 1000 Remote Control will take care of all of your devices and then some. The Logitech Harmony 1000 can control up to 15 devices including TVs, game systems, video players, and even home lighting and appliances. So you ask yourself why a remote like the Harmony 1000 over a $15 computer store special universal remote? Well lets find out why together.

 

Closer Look:

At first look you see the familiar sight of a Logitech product box with the green and white color scheme and the large product pictures on the front. The back side of the packaging highlights some of the key features of the Logitech Harmony 1000 remote control. The sides of the box show the product picture and the name again for easy recognition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Opening the flap of the box you will notice the inside of the cover that Logitech give you a little taste of what the Harmony 1000 will do for you. Also, there is a clear case which allows you to get a glimpse of the Harmony 1000 is all of it's glory.

 

 

Once the second flap is opened up the box reveals two layers of packaging that house the Harmony 1000 unit and it's accessories. In the first layer is the Harmony 1000 unit and the charging base. Underneath that are the CD/manuals, power cable and the USB cable, which is used to program the Harmony 1000 for all of your items you want to control. The last picture shows everything that comes in the box.

 

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look ( The Remote )
  3. Closer Look ( The Wireless Extender )
  4. Installation ( Software )
  5. Installation ( Hardware )
  6. Configuration
  7. Configuration Continued ( Device Setup )
  8. Configuration Continued ( Activity Setup )
  9. Specifications & Features
  10. Testing
  11. Conclusion
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