Reviewed on 2011-05-04
The Harmony 300 is very easy to program, using the online setup wizard, The remote has most of the buttons you'd want for TV/DVR/DVD/Bluray use, arranged in a logical fashion. You can easily reassign buttons as needed, The Watch TV button provides quick, easy access to your TV/settopbox functions, Favorites buttons allow you to jump quickly to your favorite channels, The remote works quickl...
The Harmony 300 lacks backlighting, The remote has just one activity button and no ability to add macro function (multiple controls on a single button), It lacks Smart State Technology, so it's not quite as intuitive for the average user when you want to switch between activities, The 300 only controls four devices and lacks a customizable screen....
For many years, I've used the Harmony 659 universal remote to control different systems in my house. It began as my main home theater system controller and proved itself worthy of the task; however, when a room redesign demanded an RF-capable controlle...Read more >
Reviewed on 2010-06-25
Dead-simple PC-driven setup. Comfortable design. Least expensive Harmony remote in Logitech's lineup.
Lacks programmable macros. No display for adding extra on-screen buttons.
Logitech's Harmony line of universal remote controls have become synonymous with simple computer-based programming; and despite its low $49.99 (direct) price, the entry-level Harmony 300 is no exception. In order to keep the price low, Logitech had t...Read more >