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Logitech Harmony 650 Specs

Logitech Harmony 650 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelHarmony 650
DateAug 2011
Built-in display
Battery technologyAlkaline
Battery typeAA
Colour of productGrey
Remote control proper useAudio, DTV, DVD/Blu-ray, DVDR-HDD, DVR, TV, VCR
Input typePress buttons
Backlight buttons
Customizable buttons
Number of devices supported5

Logitech Harmony 650 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2014-07-05
The Logitech Harmony 650 Universal remote is super easy to program and works great but is a bit underwhelming ergonomically. Ironically, the remote resembles a unit that Comcast issues with its set top box but doesn't feel as good in the hand to operate...
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Reviewed on 2013-05-13
If you're more interested in using a genuinely powerful remote control with your HTPC than a thinly disguised keyboard, Logitech's 'Harmony' line is a deservedly popular choice. Of course, most of them cost well over £100 and are therefore too expensive t...
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Reviewed on 2011-03-28
Comprehensive device database, Good ergonomics, Colour screenOnly five devices allowed, Setup demands patience
Logitech's Harmony series of universal remotes seeks to remove the mountain of bundled controllers that can be found in the living room of many a gadget fan. The database of devices compatible with the Harmony 650 is growing all the time, and with more th...
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Reviewed on 2011-01-31
As we collect more and more television-related gadgets, the number of remote controls expands until we find ourselves fumbling with four or five remotes trying to find the right one for the task at hand. That’s where Logitech’s line of Harmony Remote C...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-10
Pluses, Device setup: automatic (big database) or manual, Setting sensitivity and button delay, Original, Screen: it simplifies access to advanced features on devices, Backlighting of buttonsMinuses, Poor quality screen, Incompatibile with radio frequency devices
Activities Harmony remotes control your various devices in two ways. The standard method where you manually select the device of your choice. And the automated method, called "Activities" (which is based on a system of macros). What happens is, a seri...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
The ergonomic shape feels as if the remote was molded to fit your hand perfectly,Logitech should have allowed more than five devices to be programmed.
The world of universal remotes can be compared to a beauty pageant: who has the best shape, who can answer all of our questions and who has the most features. The winner of the universal remote beauty pageant is the Logitech Harmony One with the Logite...
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Reviewed on 2010-05-07
Powerful universal remote with great ergonomics; color LCD screen surrounded by five contextual buttons; Web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs; excellent button layout and overall design; supports custom sequences/macros; sub-$100 price tagOnly controls five devices, requires Internet-connected PC to program, adding favorite channel icons is a bit more difficult than it should be, an additional $20 gets you the step-up model rechargeable batteries
Editors' note: Confused about how this model stacks up to other Harmony remotes? See CNET's Which Logitech universal remote is right for you? for updated comparisons and recommendations. Logitech's line of Harmony universal remotes includes more models...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-25
Cheapie McCheap, Easy setup, LCD "wakes up" upon pickup, Comfortable layoutNot rechargeable, No RF features, 5-device limit, Not compatible with Bluetooth-based products
Logitech has cranked out quite a crew of Harmony remotes over the years. All seem to handle well, control a decent amount of devices, and are unbelievably easy to program. So how can you pick which one is right for you? Well, if you’re on a budget, the...
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Reviewed on 2010-03-17
Intuitive design(Relatively) affordableExtensive device databaseFive device capDimly illuminated buttonsNo recharging circuitry
Fewer products are more appropriately named than the Logitech Harmony series of smart remotes. They do wonderful things to take home entertainment systems, comprised of a disparate jumble of mismatched devices, and turn them into peaceful entities that wo...
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