Harmony 670 Remote

Using 2 or more remotes can quickly drop any sort of WAF you may have had to start out the project. After using a Harmony 880 for a couple of years now, its easy to see why an activity based remote makes life a lot simpler. It as easy as pressing "Watch TV" and everything turns on correctly and the buttons are configured correctly. ExtremeTech takes a look at the 880’s cheaper sibling, the Harmony 670.

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The 670 model is a great entry point. It has all the major Harmony features and an easy-to-read LCD screen (sorry, it’s not color), but it will only set you back $130. That’s an expensive universal remote, but if you know anyone that has a little basket with half a dozen remotes in it sitting on their coffee table, it’s a gift they’ll thank you for.