The Logitech Harmony Elite brings welcome improvements compared to the company's former flagship touchscreen clicker, the Harmony Ultimate. Its toughest competition, however, comes from Harmony's own cheaper remote.
These remotes represent the best of the bunch, so you can find the perfect remote that lets you banish all those clickers to a drawer--forever.
Slip this $100 extender beneath your hub, and you'll be able to take control of bulbs, door locks and more right from your remote control.
The Harmony Home Control delivers the best universal remote experience for the money, making your home entertainment center easier to use than ever.
The new entry-level universal remote can control eight devices and supports online programming like more expensive Harmony remotes.
The new $150 universal remote system swaps a standard clicker for a full-size keyboard, letting you type directly into devices like the Apple TV, Xbox One, PS3, Mac/PC computers, and Roku boxes.
The Logitech Harmony Smart Control combines RF functionality and smartphone control in an affordable universal-remote package, but the complexity of the initial setup will burden some buyers.
Despite its high price and a handful of drawbacks, the Logitech Harmony Ultimate is an impressive, feature-rich universal remote that's well worth the investment, particularly if you have a lot of components in your system.
The Harmony Touch can't justify the high price of its touch screen compared with traditional multibutton universal remotes.
If you only need to control three devices, the Logitech Harmony 200 is the best universal remote you can buy for under $20.
Logitech's Harmony Link lets you use your iPad, iPhone, or Android phone as a remote control, but touch-screen limitations and the iPad app's limited TV listings mean you're better off with a standard Harmony remote.