- Brand Name: Logitech
- Model Number: 915-000120
- Item Package Quantity: 1
- Item Display Weight: 0.95 pounds
- Manufacturer Warranty Description: 1 year limited
Logitech Harmony 700 Rechargeable Remote with Color Screen (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
|Price:||$59.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Rechargeable design keeps your remote charged and ready for up to a week, no batteries to buy or replace
- Brilliant color screen displays favorite-channel icons and commands for easy selection
- One-touch activity buttons automatically turn on all the right devices for instant access to TV, DVDs, music and more
- Replaces multiple remotes with universal control of up to 6 different components
- Supports virtually any home-entertainment component, including over 225,000 devices from over 5,000 brands
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From the Manufacturer
|Logitech Harmony 700 |
One touch changes everything—with charged and ready control
*Online setup required
|Easy to recharge |
|Bright color command screen |
See just what you need—even in the dark:
|One-click activity buttons |
|Controls six devices |
You can say goodbye to that jumble of remotes cluttering the coffee table—and the complexities that come with them.
|Supports 5,000+ electronics brands |
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|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 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.
|Logitech Harmony IR Extender System |
Control entertainment devices neatly hidden away inside a closed cabinet or closet. This plug-and-play system lets you extend the reach of Logitech Harmony or any infrared remote—even through solid wood or glass doors.
Top Customer Reviews
After a year or so of perfect operation, I decided Logitech was the way to go for universal remotes...and decided to look into something for my bedroom. I Tried the 550 and 880 but they just didn't feel comfortable in my hand, and the hard buttons (namely the ones up the side of the screen) were just to hard to press or find in dark situations.
I was just about to buy another One for my bedroom (which would be total overkill) when I saw the 700 series, with a $30 dollar price difference. I picked one up and brought it home.
The setup is just the same as all Harmony remotes, internet based, and simple! I wrote down the model numbers for my components and started the setup. I breezed through this because I'm used to using the interface, but even for beginners its quite easy and user friendly.
For this setup I was going to be controlling A 46" Sony Bravia, PS3 Slim (with Logitech's ps3 BT adapter) a tower fan, and a IR light switch.
Everything worked perfectly, and the new hard keys on top of the remote are perfect for choosing your activity.
The remote includes an internal rechargeable battery, and a charging cable for your wall (AC Power). I haven't gotten to test the battery life, and the only thing I can say I miss from my H1 is the charging base, though not a deal breaker it was nice to keep track of your remote.
This is an all around excellent remote, with great features and quick setup (be sure to write those model numbers down) Anybody who's sick of struggling with numerous remotes should give a Harmony 700 a try!
If you're looking at Harmony remotes, you already know how great they are and you will know if this will do the job. I'll basically mention what I don't like about this remote, and why I would go for the 880 instead:
1) This remote has a flimsy feel to it. The buttons are squishy and have some "play" in it..they don't just press down -- they move a little in some other direction while being pressed. It's a little subtle, but noticeable compared to the other remotes. It somewhat has the feel of one of the rubberized button cheap remotes that come with the AV equipment you might buy. Overall the remote just feels light and plasticky and I just don't get the feeling that it would handle normal drops and wear and tear that well. Obviously, I didn't test the durability. Again, I would just note that in contrast to every other Harmony I've owned, the build quality on this is not that great. It's not bad, just not what I've come to expect. It does not have the same premium feel to it.
2) No cradle. Definitely disappointing that there is no cradle for this remote. The charging is through the supplied USB cable and a wall dongle. Basically, it takes two hands to plug this remote in. But think about it from the perspective of where you would keep this remote. Do you want to have a lone USB cable dangling around, free to slip off the endtable when you're not charging it.Read more ›
OUT OF THE BOX
In the box came a remote with a USB cord and a charger with partially charged rechargeable batteries.
The remote is sleek and stylish. It is weighted towards the bottom, but my hand wants to be in the middle to control the buttons up top, so there were balance issues, but no big deal.
I have lots of rechargeable NiMh batteries, so I put a pair of fully charged hybrid batteries in. That way, I wouldn't need to plug in my remote very soon. It immediately flashed instructions on the little tiny screen about how to set it up, including when to connect to a computer and what website to visit.
Setup was easy but much more time consuming than I expected from all the buzz. I am not that familiar with the Harmony remotes, but I thought ease of setup was its allure. So when the instructions said to allot 45 minutes for setting up, I was surprised. And remember, you'll need a computer with an internet connection. For the technologically challenged, this could be a problem.
Most of my time was spent pulling the AV units out of the cabinets and looking for a model number. I also had to run up and downstairs in order to answer setup questions about how the remote operations are set up on my television. Once, when I did not know the answer to a question of how my old remote is set up, the Harmony "learned" from my old remote by having me place my old remote behind it.
The availability of channel icons is pretty limited. I could not find most of the ones I wanted and had to either go without or find them on the internet, download them, unzip them and install them.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Replacement for older Harmony... can't live without it.Published 14 days ago by Murry J Mercier III
When setting up the remote, the first step is to sync with your PC. All I get is " This Product has been disabled and can no longer be synchronized. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darrell R.
one of the best electronic devices ............ very worth while to get...Published 1 month ago by JMK
I'm very dissapointed. I thought this would be able to work through the wall but so far no luck. Wondering what I will need to buy to make this really functionalPublished 2 months ago by Jennifer F
The remote was purchased as a replacement for one that was misplaced. Since I already owned this in the past, I knew that it was easily programmed and the right solution. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steven Happek
I like it because I was able to program the harmony 700 and replace six other remotes.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
got it because I have onther Logitech remote and it works great . This one looses its programing and the batteries don't last very long.Published 2 months ago by Jeffery N.