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article imageDigital Journal TV: How you can save your marriage with a TV remote

By Chris Hogg     Mar 26, 2008 in Technology
Welcome to a universal remote that actually works well, and is simple to set up. The Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote can replace up to 15 of your remotes, and turns all your home entertainment equipment on with a single button.
Digital Journal — More home entertainment choices means more confusion. What remote do I use when? A coffee table can be littered with as many as a dozen remotes, but Logitech's new device seeks to include all those functions into one unit. The Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote (clunky name, indeed) provides one-touch access to watching TV or movies, playing video games or listening to music.
Winning a CES 2008 Design and Engineering Award, the universal remote features a full-colour touch screen and backlighted buttons for easy navigation at nighttime. Just push one button to switch from watching a flick to listening to tunes.
The Harmony One is also sleeker than the clunky gadgets people have come to expect from a TV remote. Logitech's device is coated in a piano-black top and silver base, while also sporting a curved shape to fit ergonomically into any hand.
In this episode of Digital Journal TV, we'll show you why Logitech's Harmony One is a unique home entertainment peripheral perfect for any tech junkie. It's simple to use, easy to set up and it actually works well.
This episode also features an interview with Ashish Arora, Vice President and General Manager of Harmony Remote Controls at Logitech. Arora explains why the company has high hopes for its latest remote.
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