Logitech's improved the design of its highly rated Harmony One and added a well-designed RF option. You can't ask for too much more in pro-style consumer remote.
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Due out shortly, the RF-capable Logitech Harmony 900 carries a list price of $399.99.
When we reviewed Logitech's Harmony One universal remote last year, we gave it an enthusiastic Editors' Choice award and really lamented only the fact that there was no RF option for users who had components hidden in cabinets or in closets. Well, more than a year later, Logitech has given us what we asked for--and even a little more--in its Harmony 900.