Logitech Harmony 785
Released October, 2006
The Pros:Programming process online is easy and reasonably quick. Build quality is top-notch, feels solid and sturdy. Buttons are well lit, easy to see in the dark.
The Logitech Harmony 785 is a multifunction, programmable remote control released in 2006. As the successor to the Harmony 875, it sports a redesigned button layout and shape. Functionality, save for the added teletext buttons, remains largely the same.
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The user will find a backlit color display on its top, plus a numeric keypad, numerous programmable selection keys, a navigation pad and side mounted keys as well. The Harmony 785 features a rechargeable battery that typically lasts a week before needing to be recharged in the included dock. This universal remote can control up to 15 devices simultaneously, including a wide range of TVs, digital set-top boxes, DVRs, Satellites, DVD players, VHS machines, amplifiers, game consoles, media center PCs and more. Logitech’s remote can be updated over USB 2.0 to support new hardware devices at any time via the manufacturer’s website, which is accessible through the included installation CD.
- One-touch controls
- Up to 15 controllable components
- Customizable buttons
- Learning port – can learn functions from an old remote
- Ergonomic design
- Help button
- Teletext buttons
- Backlit color LCD display (4 x 3cm)
- Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
- Charging dock
- Includes USB 2.0 cable
- Online Wizard device configuration
User Reviews (1)
programming process online is easy and reasonably quick
build quality is top-notch, feels solid and sturdy
buttons are well lit, easy to see in the dark
lots of customization options to suit personal preference
covers a wide range of functions in a small profile, feels reasonably compact
can download new codes for newly released devices as time goes on - never gets out of date
volume buttons can be set to activate the right device depending on what is active - takes the guess work out of complicated setups
one button turns on/off all needed devices
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