Harmony 900 remote adds RF control
Logitech announced today its new Harmony 900 remote control, adding an RF to IR bridge system to complement similar high-end features to those of the company's previous remotes like the Harmony One. The Harmony 900 communicates with an RF hub, which in turn creates an IR signal to communicate with one of two receivers. What does this mean for you? You'll have the benefits of out-of-range RF home theater or media PC control while still retaining IR compatibility. Other features of the Harmony 900 are similar to previous models including a color touchscreen, activity-based menu system, and the ability to control numerous devices simultaneously. In fact you'll be able to control up to 15 different devices with the Harmony 900. Software updates are uploaded through a USB connection to your Mac or PC. Shipping in September, the Harmony 900 will cost roughly $400.
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Posted by Justin Davey at August 11, 2009 10:05 AM