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Logitech 2.4 inch Harmony Touch Universal Remote Control, £64.97 at Amazon

£64.97 @ Amazon
Decent remote, the cheapest it's ever been by some way it seems:- Read More
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Decent remote, the cheapest it's ever been by some way it seems:-

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#1
Great price
#2
Being .97 this could be matching Curry's PC World?
#3
Just what I needed cheers :)
#4
Got one last year at around this price. Great remote for shortcuts to turn on/off various AV in one go. However the touchscreen is a little unresponsive at times, but that may just be the caused from the dried dribble from the rugrats
#5
Good find
#6
Does this work with enigma 2 boxes?
#7
Thanks, dude, had a voucher so got it for £50.
#8
39 minutes ago was 10 left, now 5.
#9
I have had one for about a year. They are okay, not sure I would recommend. The older harmony remotes were much better I feel.

The menu system is a bit clunky and slow - a bit like a budget android phone.

I am moving to a control 4 system, hopefully that will be a lot better.

Voted hot for the deal!


Edited By: bob_regis on Dec 06, 2016 18:38
#10
My old one is on its way out so I've just bought this to replace it at that price! Cheers op. ( i think )
#11
what's the difference between this one and the old Harmony one?
#12
Any one know if this works on a Vu Solo 2 box?
#13
OOS
#14
Why would you want a touch screen on a remote you can get remote apps on phones, waste of money cold
#15
SalmanOrange
Why would you want a touch screen on a remote you can get remote apps on phones, waste of money cold


Because it has hard buttons.
1 Like #16
fzbob
what's the difference between this one and the old Harmony one?

I upgraded from the One to the Touch and have now moved on to the Ultimate, each time to me was a step up. From a usage perspective there isn't a huge difference between the One and the Touch, but the touch is smaller as the numpad has been moved from being physical at the bottom to being on the screen. If you use the numpad a lot then it is a bit of a back step, but for me who only uses the numpad about once a week (Can't beat the favourites page for navigating around Sky or Virgin). You also have the difference of the play/pause etc being at the top rather than towards the bottom above the numpad. Some may not like this, some will, I didn't mind it and now with the Ultimate it doesn't bother me at all as I do not have to worry about actually pointing it at the TV/skybox.

The charger is better as it has a smaller footprint being vertical rather than horizontal.

I got the Ultimate for £85 and it is easily worth an extra £20 over the Touch, but you cant get the Ultimate for £85 at the moment. Knowing what I know I would only get the Touch over the Ultimate if I knew I could never get the Ultimate for only a little more, but as I know the Ultimate has been and is likely to be available for a similar price (85) in the future I would hold off and wait.

The main benefit of the Ultimate over the Touch is the fact it is RF rather than IR and has the hub with IR blasters. I am currently in the middle of rearranging my house and have my hub sitting across the room at 90degrees to my equipment and it just works, plus it then also allows BT and IP connectivity so works with the PS4/Wii U and connects to my Roku 2 via IP (a massive bonus as the IR receiver in the Roku is very directionally sensitive).
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SalmanOrange
Why would you want a touch screen on a remote you can get remote apps on phones, waste of money cold


Because you don't understand what it does.
#18
This is a great remote. If you've got an Amazon Echo you can link these up using the Yonomi app
#19
bob_regis
I have had one for about a year. They are okay, not sure I would recommend. The older harmony remotes were much better I feel.
The menu system is a bit clunky and slow - a bit like a budget android phone.
I am moving to a control 4 system, hopefully that will be a lot better.
Voted hot for the deal!

Good move, C4 is a great system if installed correctly. It can do a lot more then a harmony remote but also there is a cost involved. :)
#20
wow, good price
#21
ant3000
This is a great remote. If you've got an Amazon Echo you can link these up using the Yonomi app


don't you need the harmony hub for that?
#22
SalmanOrange
Why would you want a touch screen on a remote you can get remote apps on phones, waste of money cold

Not all phones have IR sensors, yet alone decent ones, certainly my LG G3 IR is nowhere near strong enough to control my devices, I certainly will not be replacing my Logitech Harmony 720 with a phone app anytime soon. For anyone with a home cinema setup they are far from a waste of money.
#23
jtomo
ant3000
This is a great remote. If you've got an Amazon Echo you can link these up using the Yonomi app
don't you need the harmony hub for that?
Hmm possibly? I hadn't realised that this didn't come with it

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