If you are looking for where to buy a Logitech Harmony One universal remote control, you can do so from Amazon by clicking on the product image below:
Meanwhile, here is a review article on the Logitech Harmony One from Rick Ignarra:
Logitech has been refining their Harmony line of universal remotes ever since they acquired Intrigue Technologies, the original manufacturers of the Harmony, back in 2004. The Harmony One is their latest effort, and the elegant new design certainly begs for a closer look. The One promises easy setup and convenient control of up to 15 devices, combining the utility of tactile buttons with the slickness of a touch screen. It’s the dream of every person who has four or five remotes on their coffee table: One remote to rule them all.
For the privilege of throwing those other remotes in a drawer, Logitech’s MSRP for the Harmony One is $249.99. That’s not cheap, but compared to a remote like the Harmony 1000, the One actually looks quite reasonable by comparison. Besides that, it can easily be found online for less than the sticker price.
The activity-based menu system is what really makes the Harmony line so popular, because it’s activities that make a Harmony remote easy to use. Instead of turning on and setting each device individually as you do with a conventional universal remote (like the one that comes with a cable or satellite box), a Harmony remote uses activities, like:
- Watch TV
- Watch DVD
- Listen to Music
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If you are looking for where to buy the Garmin Nuvi 5000 GPS Navigator, you can do so from Amazon.com here. Just click on the image below and you should be directed to the correct page.
While you’re there, you may want to check out some of the similar models such as the Garmin Nuvi 760 4.3-Inch Widescreen Bluetooth version that many other people bought. Meanwhile, here is a review article of the Nuvi 5000 from Roger Glubis:Read the rest of this entry »