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Logitech Harmony 700 Specs

Logitech Harmony 700 Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelHarmony 700
DateMar 2014
Built-in display
Display diagonal3.81 cm (1.5")
Display resolution128 x 128 pixels
Weight & dimensions
Weight170 g
Width58.4 mm
Depth33 mm
Height222.2 mm
Battery technologyNickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Built-in battery
Battery typeAA
InterfaceIR Wireless
Colour of productBlack
Remote control proper useAudio, DVD/Blu-ray, DVDR-HDD, DVR, TV, VCR
Brand compatibilityUniversal
Input typePress buttons
Backlight buttons
Customizable buttons
Number of devices supported8
Maximum range15 m
Number of brands in database> 5000
Flash memory2 MB

Logitech Harmony 700 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2011-02-01
Controlling out home theater devices can be a tricky business, especially when there are other members of the household that are befuddled or frustrated with our current lineup of remotes peeking out behind couch cushions. Simplicity is key when keep...
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Reviewed on 2010-08-10
One of the biggest complaints my wife has about the setup in our lounge is how many devices I have connected to the television set, and how many remotes there are to control those devices. It's a valid complaint, and over the years, our collection of r...
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Reviewed on 2010-07-09
Easy software set-up, controls six remotes, well built, comfortable to holdYou can go cheaper
If you like watching TV or movies the chances are you've got a couple of boxes under your television. That means a stack of remotes, which no doubt gets annoying. Yes it may give you a sense that you've gone out and spent a good couple of months wages...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
The Harmony 700 Advanced Universal Remote isn’t a cheap remote control, retailing at approximately £99, but it prides itself on being an affordable solution to some of the more pricey Logitech remotes, such as the touch-screen enabled Harmony One, whil...
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
The main up and down arrow rocker is perfect for scrolling through pages,The supplied wall charger is cheaply made and a power cradle is much needed.
The Logitech Harmony 700 universal remote was able to wiggle its way up in the ranks and make our number two spot in the side-by-side comparison. Having our number one product, Logitech Harmony One as competition is sure to put a strain on any universa...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-29
Knows some obscure hardware; easy Web-based setup; sturdy buttons; works well as a universal remote.Controls only six devices; teaching new remotes is laborious; no charging dock.
Reviewed on 2010-04-13
Easy, web-based set-up, compatible with almost every device, well built and ergonomicControls fewer devices than older, cheaper models
If you're after a universal remote, buying a Harmony is the way to go. The more pertinent question is: which model in the burgeoning range is the one to get?All Harmony remotes share the same key strength – the set-up software. Simply tell the web-bas...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-15
Easy setup, comfortable to use, colour LCDRequires a computer to set up
Universal remote controls help you reclaim your living room and both the One for All Smartcontrol and Logitech's Harmony 700 do a great job. They both look good, are easy to set up and reasonably priced. The Smartcontrol offers the vast majority of features you could want at an affordable price point. The Harmony 700 provides that little extra..
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Reviewed on 2009-12-30
Logitech Harmony 700 AdvancedThe Harmony 700 also features easily-programmed one-click activity buttons, can control up to 6 devices, and incorporates an intuitive design with back-lit buttons that are grouped how you use them. The unit is rechargeable...
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Reviewed on 2009-11-30
Knows some obscure hardware , Easy web-based set-up , Sturdy buttons , Works well as a universal remoteOnly controls six devices , Teaching new remotes is laborious , No charging dock , Better Harmony remotes can be purchased for the same price
We're normally a bit critical of busy remote controls, simply because extra buttons usually mean a much tougher learning curve, along with the distinct possibility that you've got a remote with buttons that you'll never conceivably use....
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Reviewed on 2009-11-18
Powerful universal remote with great ergonomics; color LCD screen surrounded by five contextual buttons; most keys are backlit; Web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs; excellent button layout and overall design; supports custom sequences/macros; inclu......No RF compatibility; lacks touch screen and charging cradle found on more-expensive Harmony models; only controls six devices; somewhat of a budget feel; screen needs to be viewed head on.
When Logitech released the in early 2008, it instantly became one of our favorite universal remotes to date. But at $250, it wasn't exactly an impulse buy for the average consumer. With the Harmony 700, however, Logitech has delivered a model that of...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-15
The Harmony 700 just works. It doesn’t look as fancy as the 900, but I don’t care. What I care about in a remote is the most functionality for the lowest price. And let me tell you that this remote scores high in that area. I don’t care if I spoil the...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-08
Cheapest remote in the Harmony line, Replaces six remotes, Rechargeable batteriesNo charge cradle
Today I am going to check out the latest remote control from Logitech called the Harmony 700. This is a budget offering in the Harmony line, but still pack in most of the features we have come to know and love in the Harmony universal remote line. If y...
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Reviewed on 2009-09-03
Ergonomic build. Backlit keys with tilt sensor. User-replaceable rechargeable batteries. Intuitive PC-based configuration software. Macro support.No RF control.
Plenty of universal remotes work like a dream, assuming you manage to tackle the first step of setting them up correctly to work with all of your devices. The inexpensive models you buy at Radio Shack, or that ship with televisions and cable boxes, ...
Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Bottom Line: If you’re looking for a reasonable and reliable unit to serve as the heart of your home theater system, the Harmony 700 universal remote is a solid choice. Computer programmable Rechargeable with supplied charger and batteries Controls mu...
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