|Release Date in Hong Kong|
|Display diagonal||3.81 cm (1.5")|
|Display resolution||128 x 128 pixels|
|Battery technology||Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH)|
|Remote control proper use||Audio,DVD/Blu-ray,DVDR-HDD,DVR,TV,VCR|
|Input type||Press buttons|
|Number of devices supported||8|
|Maximum range||15 m|
|Number of brands in database||> 5000|
|Flash memory||2 MB|
Reviewed on 2011-02-01
Controlling out home theater devices can be a tricky business, especially when there are other members of the household that are befuddled or frustrated with our current lineup of remotes peeking out behind couch cushions. Simplicity is key when keep...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-02-15
Easy setup, comfortable to use, colour LCD
Requires a computer to set up
Universal remote controls help you reclaim your living room and both the One for All Smartcontrol and Logitech's Harmony 700 do a great job. They both look good, are easy to set up and reasonably priced. The Smartcontrol offers the vast majority of features you could want at an affordable price point. The Harmony 700 provides that little extra..Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-11-18
Powerful universal remote with great ergonomics; color LCD screen surrounded by five contextual buttons; most keys are backlit; Web programmable via Windows or Mac PCs; excellent button layout and overall design; supports custom sequences/macros; inclu......
No RF compatibility; lacks touch screen and charging cradle found on more-expensive Harmony models; only controls six devices; somewhat of a budget feel; screen needs to be viewed head on.
When Logitech released the in early 2008, it instantly became one of our favorite universal remotes to date. But at $250, it wasn't exactly an impulse buy for the average consumer. With the Harmony 700, however, Logitech has delivered a model that of...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-15
The Harmony 700 just works. It doesn’t look as fancy as the 900, but I don’t care. What I care about in a remote is the most functionality for the lowest price. And let me tell you that this remote scores high in that area. I don’t care if I spoil the...Read more >
Reviewed on 2009-09-03
Ergonomic build. Backlit keys with tilt sensor. User-replaceable rechargeable batteries. Intuitive PC-based configuration software. Macro support.
No RF control.
Plenty of universal remotes work like a dream, assuming you manage to tackle the first step of setting them up correctly to work with all of your devices. The inexpensive models you buy at Radio Shack, or that ship with televisions and cable boxes, ...Read more >