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Harmony Elite Advanced Universal Remote

Control all of the entertainment in your home with just a few buttons with the Harmony Elite Advanced Universal Remote by Logitech. An upgrade on its predecessor, this stylish and sleek remote can handle anything from your DVD player to your smart devices. The Harmony Elite Remote has a full-color touchscreen and even motion-sensing backlit keys so it’s always ready to be used. You can even set up one-touch automation to get your ideal settings correct every time. Rather than looking for dozens or remotes or trying to remember what at the buttons are for, the Harmony Elite Remote streamlines your controls to keep everything in place and a breeze to use. It’s already compatible with dozens of your systems at home including Nest, Sonos, Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Alexa, and so much more.

Harmony Elite Advanced Universal Remote
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19.2 cm x 5.4 cm x 2.9 cm
163.8 g
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I've had this for about a year now. Works best with the Phone app as you can see all the inputs instead of having to scroll through IF the controlled device lets you. My TV scrolls through the inputs using the onscreen display so setting up and using a program "Watch TV" works only if it was the last thing you were doing. Otherwise it works well and selecting another TV for your system may be the cure.

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