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We continue to recommend the Harmony Companion Elite as our Editors Choice for most people, but there are some reasons why the URC7880 Remote Control could be an even better option for you. First, the Harmony offers seven times more devices than the 7880, so there is more of a chance that youll just want to use this remote to control the same five devices. Second, the app for the 7880 costs $11.99, while the Harmony Companion Elite is $59.99. Third, the Harmony also has a dedicated Netflix button, which the 7880 doesnt (although it has a dedicated Netflix button for every device you own). We wouldnt recommend the Harmony if you just want to control a few devices or, as with us, if you already have a Harmony Companion or Harmony Hub.

The Harmony Companion Elite is the best overall universal remote weve tested. Its button layout, while a bit crowded, is extremely intuitive, and its OLED screen is large enough to easily read from across the room. Its app also has a lot more functionality and customization options than that of the 7880. But if youre new to all the features of a universal remote, the URC7880 Remote Control is also a good option. The USB charge dock and microSD storage are nice touches, but the remote doesnt have a battery backup, so youll have to remember to charge it when youre not using it. Also, because of the large screen, we had some trouble reaching all the buttons with our thumb without having to shift the remote around in our hands. We would recommend this remote to anyone who isnt necessarily brand loyal, but also doesnt want to shell out for a Harmony Companion Elite.

Consumers to buy a $300+ universal remote app that isnt ready for primetime? What, you didnt know Logitech was still in the business of making remotes? Well, it was. The companys very first remote was the Harmony Master remote, which debuted in 2007. The MX-700 was its latest iteration. The Harmony App was pretty disappointing, but the Harmony Master is still a remarkably capable and easy to use remote. The smallest ones are under two inches wide and less than an inch thick, so theyre quite easy to hide in places where youd never expect a new remote to be. Most of them are color, but there are a couple of black models as well. (Included in this guide is a Harmony Luxe Universal Remote, which is only available in black.)
This guide contains the ones weve mentioned in this guide. Many of these remotes have a variety of different form factors, so youll want to check the specs to see what you can fit in your home theater. The weakest part of the Harmony line was the App, so if youre thinking about buying a Harmony, I would recommend checking out the X1.
Imagine my surprise when I discovered a new device called the Logitech Harmony Extendable . While I wait for Logitech to release a Harmony Hub with enough ports to control all of my devices at once (and maybe make my Apple TV a universal remote as well), I have to use a different remote for each device I need to control. With a Harmony Extendable, I can have one remote, Logitechs
While the Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home is a bigger product and a more complex one overall, it has a number of advantages. For starters, it’s better looking, the overall layout and design is more intuitive, and it’s more affordable. But the Harmony Ultimate Home is also really hard to compare to previous Harmony remotes, since it doesn’t actually support many of the same devices that previous Harmony remotes supported. The Harmony Ultimate Home is the first Harmony remote to support all Samsung TVs and tablets, tablets, Apple TV, Sonos speakers, and home media players. It also offers support for streaming services like Netflix, Apple Music, and other popular streaming services. In addition, there’s a new white faceplate that looks just as good as the Harmony Ultimate. The Harmony Ultimate Home also supports a Wi-Fi network of connected home devices.