Logitech has continuously expanded their presence in the electronic and computer industry ever since their introduction in 1981. Once a specialty-tech company, catering to professional devices, Logitech now carries a vast assortment of computer add-ons for all price platforms (consumer, prosumer, and professional), in the ever-growing world of computer-based technology. If you need something, more than likely Logitech will have several versions of it for your particular application.
The Logitech Harmony line has several different models, which give you a wide variety of choices on how you would want your particular layout. Currently available are:
Please visit Logitech and their Harmony Remotes section for more details on their other remotes.
- Harmony 659 (~$95)
- Harmony 676 (~$120)
- Harmony 680 (~$120)
- Harmony 688 (~$125)
In this review, we're going to take a look at a particular model of Logitech's remote line, the Harmony 676. The 676 is made to fit comfortably in your hands, and has a porous rubber-like coating on more than half of the remote, which assures a firm grip when pressing the buttons. The "glow" button fulfills its task at illuminating all the important buttons in complete darkness.
About The Harmony Name
You might be inquiring why a remote has the designation of "Harmony", but after I used it, the reason became clear. Once components are installed, and customization is finished, everything is now easily operated from one remote. Your computer desktop and living room table can now breathe a sigh of relief, as you box up the army of remotes which operated those components.