Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Logitech’s Harmony activity-based remote controls is widely appealing to both home-theatre enthusiasts as well as by people upgrading their home-entertainment systems with new high-definition TVs and digital video recorders (DVRs).
The Harmony 525 remote has been designed with a very simple and visual setup to speed them through the process. Using a PC, people are likely to spend less than a half hour on the Web-based setup process to fully customise their Harmony remote for their home-entertainment system. Once the setup is complete, any member of the family can watch television, play a DVD, or record a program, by pushing a single activity button.
The Harmony 525 is the first universal remote in its price category that works with all types of components from all manufacturers – including satellite set-top boxes, DVRs and widescreen televisions – without the complex setup process usually associated with a universal remote.
Find out more about the remote here....