Logitech Harmony 1100 Universal Remote with Color Touch Screen (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- One-touch, activity-based controls
- 3.5-inch, full-color touch screen
- Customizable commands, icons and screens
- RF wireless capability. Support for 5,000+ brands and 225,000+ devices
- Rechargeable, complete with charging stand
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|Logitech Harmony 1100 |
One touch changes everything—with personalized home theater control
|One-touch activity controls || |
|Sleek recharging station |
|Customizable 3.5" color touch-screen || |
|One controls all |
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|RF wireless support for hidden devices |
Add a Logitech Harmony RF Extender (sold separately) to control components neatly hidden away inside a closed cabinet or closet.
|Quick and simple setup |
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| What's in the box? || What you need: |
|Which Logitech Harmony Remote Is Right For You?|
|Harmony 650 |
For control that's bright and brilliant
|Harmony 700 |
For simple control that's always charged and ready
|Harmony One |
For simple, stylish touch-screen control
|Harmony 900 |
For complete control of devices you can't see
|Harmony 1100 |
For personalized control of your home theater system
|Harmony Link |
Turns your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch or Android smartphone into a touch screen remote
|Control Features||Harmony 650||Harmony 700||Harmony One||Harmony 900||Harmony 1100||Harmony Link|
|TV listings with one-touch access to shows||iPad only|
|Tablet design with 3.5" touch screen|
|Customizable screens for more powerful personalization|
|RF control for devices inside closed cabinets||RF system included||RF Wireless Extender sold separately||IR mini blaster included|
|Touch screen||On mobile device|
|Bright LCD color display||On mobile device|
|One-touch controls for multiple activities|
|Always growing database of 225,000+ devices—works with what you owntoday and tomorrow|
|Simple online setup with PC or Mac (Windows XP, Vista or 7 or Intel-based Mac OS X 10.4.8 or later)|
|Live support if you hit a snag|
|Help button so you're never stuck|
|How many devices can it control?||5||6||15||15||15||8|
Add to your Harmony remote and do even more.
|Logitech Harmony RF Wireless Extender |
Control devices you can't see—like your stereo hidden inside a closed cabinet—when you use this plug-and-play wireless extender with your Harmony 1100 remote.
|Logitech Harmony Adapter for PlayStation 3 |
Get one-touch control of all 51 PS3 functions using any Harmony remote. The Bluetooth wireless connection lets you access your PlayStation 3 games and movies without leaving the couch.
Top Customer Reviews
First, this is an incredible remote. I've owned a Sony Commander for 10 years and decided to try this one when my last Sony died. This one puts all others I've owned and used to shame. Save a few exotic features (see other reviews), this is all most people will need.
I gave it 4 stars because of the difficulty of the software. Specifically:
1. I had to turn my firewall and virus protection off (I use McAfee). A call to tech support gave me 6 URLs the software uses, but McAfee requires the IP Addresses to add to the trusted sites list (trusted programs does not work). The tech didn't know these, but I traced them through McAfee. Once added, I was able to leave my firewall and virus protection on. Since Amazon does not permit disclosure of URLs, check the Harmony forum; I've posted the IPs and instructions there.
2. Navigating through the software is not very intuitive and the manual isn't very comprehensive. For example, there is a Device List and an Activities setup, each with several choices. Some items are listed under Activities that logically should be under Devices and vice versa. Even the tech agreed on this point- he said the software was "dumbed down" so the unsophisticated computer user could operate it. Paradoxically, simplifying it actually makes it more difficult to use.
3. The software uses a wizard, "linear" approach as opposed to a "drill down" approach used by most software. This is fine for initial setup, but to make changes, you must find the point in the wizard that guides you through the modifications you want to make. This can become tedious.Read more ›
Price: Prepare yourself for some sticker shock. At nearly $500, this remote carries a hefty price tag, and it's a bit hard to justify that much money for such a small device. On the other hand, this device may be the only one that you'll ever need while using your home electronics, and if you're unhappy with a bunch of remotes (or just want the cool factor), then maybe it's worth it.
Look and Feel: It's very light in terms of weight and easy to hold. In general, it has a very slim form factor and is not bulky by any means. On the downside, the finish is easily susceptible to fingerprints, as well as the actual touch screen, so you'll find yourself cleaning it every now and then.
Setup: The setup is pretty straightforward and you don't have to be a genius to get it going. It's as easy as installing the software, connecting the remote via the supplied USB cable to your PC, and then walking through a wizard which configures the remote. The remote revolves around "Activities" which might be things like "Watch TV" or "Watch a DVD" or "Play a Video Game". All of these are designed such that your various devices are all turned on and configured with a single button push. How well this actually works will depend on the device that you're using. I have a Samsung LCD TV, a Sony DA5000ES receiver, a Motorola cable box (with DVR), a Panasonic DVD/VCR combo, and an Xbox 360. Getting everything working with the exception of the receiver was a snap. Unfortunately, my receiver has a weird way of switching the inputs, and the Harmony wanted me to "teach" it how to change the inputs.Read more ›
i initially got 1100 for the wow-factor, but 1) the ergonomics of the big screen and 2) the rf not being included out of the box, are the two reasons i'm going with the 900 instead.
otherwise everything else is perfect.
The Harmony 1100 is a highly customizable universal remote designed for easy set up and take control of all your electronic needs. If you normally turn on a PVR, amplifier, and TV plus be concerned with the TV's input setting just to watch your programs, this remote can handle all this by pressing one button. Unlike the Harmony one, the Harmony 1100 is more customizable, and supports Z-Wave (RF) Technology although won't support third party Z-Wave devices such as light dimmers.
Like the Harmony One, setting up this remote is meant to be simple. Start by installing the software and make a list of all the remote controlled electronic components including model numbers. This remote will work with the PS3 using the economical Nyko Blu-Ray Remote or the more expensive Harmony PS3 Adapter. In the case of the Nyko remote, enter the model of the PS3 as "PlayStation 3 Blu-Wave" so the Harmony 1100 can recognize the remote. This option will not control the on/off function of the PS3 though.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product. Transaction went as expected. Love it. Thanks.Published 2 months ago by H. J. Lennix
I've owned the 1100 for almost 5 years and still going stong. I love the way it has simpflied switching between components, called activities on the remote. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Norma Short
Ibought this remote because my wife has trouble using our home theater. The remote arrived on time and in good condition. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John A Dickerson
This remote is great. All you do when it arrives is hook it to a computer with a USB cord. Select the make and enter the model number of all you electronics to be controlled. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jacob M. Flint
A great device though the programming is inconvenient, requiring a rather slow process of adding buttons one by one with no batch capability and is difficult to charge at times.Published 4 months ago by Jeffrey