Harmony Remote



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Owned by computer accessory company Logitech, Harmony is one of the coolest new companies to hit the market. If you can use a web browser, you can program a custom remote control for your system. It's that simple and customers are buying these affordable yet powerful remotes by the 1000's. Power and control to the people.

What makes Harmony Remotes so popular is that consumers can use their PCs to successfully program their remotes without the need for hiring a programmer. The company offers enough options for most people and if you are feeling adventurous - you can tweak your remote even more if you like.

Notable Harmony Products Include:

� Logitech Harmony 650 Universal Remote Control
� Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote Control
� Logitech Harmony 900 Universal Remote Control

Compare Logitech Harmony Remotes with brands like:

� Universal Remote Control
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