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Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices

Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices

Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
Logitech Harmony 950 Touch IR Remote Control for up to 15 Entertainment Devices
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Features

  • One-touch activities: touch an activity like "watch a movie" to automatically power on and switch devices to the right settings
  • Full Color touchscreen: simply swipe and tap like your smartphone to control channels, volume, 50 favorite channels and more
  • Motion-activated backlit buttons: find the right button every time, even in the dark. Customize the dedicated media playback, cable/satellite, and DVR controls to your preferences
  • Charging Station: keeps your remote powered and within easy reach; Change channels, adjust volume, fast-forward, or rewind using gestures on the bright 2.4 Inch touchscreen
  • Works with over 270,000 devices: all in one remote controls your TV, satellite or cable box, Apple TV, Roku, tivo, Blu-ray player and game console.Create multi-command macros

Description

Logitech harmony 950 is the best harmony remote yet for control of TV, movies, music, and games. Its color touchscreen provides powerful, intuitive control of up to 15 devices System Requirements: Windows PC: Windows10 Windows 8 or Windows 7|Intel Mac OS computer: Mac OS X 10.7 or higher


Product Dimensions 7.56 x 1.14 x 2.13 inches


Item Weight 5.8 ounces


ASIN B01H0GVCPI


Item model number 915-000259


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 363 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #170 in Remote Controls


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 1, 2016


Manufacturer Logitech


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Features

  • One-touch activities: touch an activity like "watch a movie" to automatically power on and switch devices to the right settings
  • Full Color touchscreen: simply swipe and tap like your smartphone to control channels, volume, 50 favorite channels and more
  • Motion-activated backlit buttons: find the right button every time, even in the dark. Customize the dedicated media playback, cable/satellite, and DVR controls to your preferences
  • Charging Station: keeps your remote powered and within easy reach; Change channels, adjust volume, fast-forward, or rewind using gestures on the bright 2.4 Inch touchscreen
  • Works with over 270,000 devices: all in one remote controls your TV, satellite or cable box, Apple TV, Roku, tivo, Blu-ray player and game console.Create multi-command macros

Description

Logitech harmony 950 is the best harmony remote yet for control of TV, movies, music, and games. Its color touchscreen provides powerful, intuitive control of up to 15 devices System Requirements: Windows PC: Windows10 Windows 8 or Windows 7|Intel Mac OS computer: Mac OS X 10.7 or higher


Product Dimensions 7.56 x 1.14 x 2.13 inches


Item Weight 5.8 ounces


ASIN B01H0GVCPI


Item model number 915-000259


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 363 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #170 in Remote Controls


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 1, 2016


Manufacturer Logitech


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • One-touch activities: touch an activity like "watch a movie" to automatically power on and switch devices to the right settings
  • Full Color touchscreen: simply swipe and tap like your smartphone to control channels, volume, 50 favorite channels and more
  • Motion-activated backlit buttons: find the right button every time, even in the dark. Customize the dedicated media playback, cable/satellite, and DVR controls to your preferences
  • Charging Station: keeps your remote powered and within easy reach; Change channels, adjust volume, fast-forward, or rewind using gestures on the bright 2.4 Inch touchscreen
  • Works with over 270,000 devices: all in one remote controls your TV, satellite or cable box, Apple TV, Roku, tivo, Blu-ray player and game console.Create multi-command macros

Description

Logitech harmony 950 is the best harmony remote yet for control of TV, movies, music, and games. Its color touchscreen provides powerful, intuitive control of up to 15 devices System Requirements: Windows PC: Windows10 Windows 8 or Windows 7|Intel Mac OS computer: Mac OS X 10.7 or higher


Product Dimensions 7.56 x 1.14 x 2.13 inches


Item Weight 5.8 ounces


ASIN B01H0GVCPI


Item model number 915-000259


Batteries 1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)


Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 363 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #170 in Remote Controls


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Date First Available September 1, 2016


Manufacturer Logitech


abunda_amazon_reviews I bought this product to replace my existing Harmony One (One), that is dying of old age. I have had it for over 10 years. I also have the Harmony 700 (700) products along with other Logitech products. I say this as my experience with Logitech products in the past has been positive and I am familiar with how to set them up. Unfortunately with the Harmony 950 (950) I do not share this outlook. I'll get this out of the way . . . . I am not a fan of the i-Droid generation who revel in swipe / gesture driven devices to which the 950 now subscribes. I'm sure any number of people view this as progress but I do not. If I wanted something that I could swipe until my hearts content to replace my One then I would have bought one of the i-Droid devices and purchased any number of remote control apps that are available. In fact I have one that does just that but it is not my go to device. My One is my go to device so I was looking for something to replace this so settled on the 950 in the hope it was an improvement on the One. In my view it is not, so I am now in the position debating what I am going to do with this device, getting past the initial cost outlay. Here is why . . . . 1. On the One you could fit 6 commands on a page or screen, based on a 2 x 3 grid. On the 950 you can only fit 4.5 commands per screen, which is based on 1 command per row that runs the width of the screen before you need to navigate to the next screen. 2. As the 950 now has 1 command per row there is typically space at the end of each row. Logitech has decided to add icons to represent the command, not the LABEL. What this means is that if you have customised your remote as I have, the icon no longer has any relationship to the label. E.g. I have configured the Red button command to launch Kodi, my media centre application via a third party app. Therefore I am stuck with the icon for the Red button which cannot be removed according to Logitech's Customer Care. Minor but irritating for a remote marketed as customisable. I would prefer no icons as per the One, but alas not. And just to be ridiculous not all the coloured buttons have coloured icons. The Red button command has a Red icon but the Blue button has no Blue icon. It has a black square with a white border, go figure? 3. As I now have the 950 I can no longer use the Harmony Desktop Software v7.7.0 (Legacy) software as the 950 is not compatible. Progress you say but I think not. Now I have to use the MyHarmony software it does not provide the same functionality as the legacy software. With the legacy software I could group commands onto pages. If I only wanted to put 3 commands on a page I could, and leave the other cells blank. With the new software you cannot. With the 950 that may be OK because all the commands run one after the other but remember I also have a couple of 700 remotes. These remotes are compatible with the new software and have a 2 x 2 button grid. But can I have a blank cell on a page of my 700. Nope. The new software does not accept any blank cells and there is no way to configure this according to Logitech's Customer Care. Yet this was available on the legacy software. Progress? Not according to me. 4. The functionality of the new software varies between remotes. The functionality available for the 700 is not the same as the 950. On the 950 you can unassign commands from buttons for commands / buttons you do not use. On the 700 you cannot. Every button on the 700 is assigned a command. You can change it but you cannot remove it. Using the example of the Red button above I cannot unassign the Red command from the Red button, which now performs a totally different function. 5. Also there are a couple of command lists in the new software. The lists are inconsistent. Its almost as though the first list is being filtered and the second is not. I would expect them to be the same. When setting up assigning commands to buttons it can be missing from the first list so you navigate to the second list to add or fix a command and there it is. If I go to the trouble of adding the command from scratch again which is possible, you would expect it to populate into the first list so that it can be assigned a button. Does this happen? Nope. You may accept that this is possible with some obscure device but we are talking about a Hauppauge TV Tuner card with Windows Media Center. Doesn't sound like a very obscure combination to me. Once again another call to Logitech's Customer Care. 6. Another little gem with the new software & the 950 remote . . . There is now a page / screen for favourite TV channels. If you choose not to use it still displays on your remote. My way of thinking is if its blank then it should NOT display. But hey what do I know? So in summary where am I at . . . . 1. I have 4 remotes that require 2 different software applications to configure. 2. The new software application functionality is worse than the legacy software. 3. I now have a new 950 whose usability is worse than that of my old One due to swipe / gesture driven devices typically requiring 2 hands to function effectively. 1 to hold the device and 1 to navigate the device. Anyway that's about it. If you are happy with standard functionality with a few common devices or an 80% solution then you are probably going to be fine. If you are looking for a product that has built on and improved what has previously been offered then it may be a different matter but at the end of the day you have a bit more information than the standard marketing hype so hopefully this maybe useful to someone.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Harmony 950 misses the mark . . . .;;NudeNutNZ;;;I usually begin these reviews by talking a bit about my love for Logitech remotes. I have been reviewing Logitech remotes for over 8 years now starting with the Harmony One and just about every product that has been released since. I was using these remotes before most people even knew about them. I have bought them as gifts for friends and family. Everyone I know that owns a Logitech remote has been amazed by its simplicity to program and operate. In short, the Logitech ELITE and 950 models are the most elaborate and absolute best remotes of the product line to date. Sans some minor graphics changes on the keys, both remotes are exactly the same. The difference lies in the hub that is included with the ELITE model but not the 950. Now, do you need the hub? In most cases, no. The hub is only essential if you want to put your components in cabinets where an RF signal would not reach them. Additionally, the hub allows you to use your smartphone or tablet as a remote in addition to the Logitech handheld. If you just need the best remote available and all your components are in direct sight of where you are sitting, the 950 model will suit you fine. Setting up this remote is extremely easy. This is what I would advise you to do first before taking delivery of your remote... * Write down the brand and model number of every component in your home theater system. This includes your display, receiver, 4k/Blu-ray/DVD players, satellite box and streaming player. * Make note of each device's connection to the display and the receiver. For instance, which HDMI input is being used by each component when going to the receiver or display? Taking these notes in advance will ensure a quick and painless setup. In fact, if there are no hiccups along the way, initial setup could take under 15 minutes. When you get your 950 remote you will find the included USB cable. This attaches to your desktop or laptop computer. The next step is to log onto Logitech's website and download the MYHARMONY desktop application. Upon launching the application on your computer, you will be instructed to enter the model numbers of all your devices. It will also ask you how these devices are attached to your display and whether you want your television or a soundbar to control the volume. What's really neat about the desktop application is that it allows you to upload .jpg icons of your choice to act as representations of your various activities. For example, next to my WATCH TV button on the remote, I have a picture icon of the Verizon Fios logo that I downloaded off the Internet and uploaded to the MYHARMONY desktop application. For WATCH 4k, I downloaded the 4k logo from the internet and uploaded it in the same way. It really adds a bit of panache and professionalism to the remote layout. Additionally, through the MYHARMONY desktop application, you can select your local provider, have all your channels uploaded to the remote and even select the top 50 that you want at your fingertips. Honestly, the entire process is very easy and the software effortlessly walks you through it. Even a novice shouldn't have any difficulty understanding how to set it up. The remote itself has a very solid build and it feels terrific in the hand thanks to underlying material that provides extra grip. It comes with a charging cradle that allows it to charge upright. The 950 works just as well as all the other Harmony remotes. Once programmed, you just press the activity you want (such as WATCH TV, WATCH BLU-RAY, WATCH APPLE TV, etc.) and see your commands come to life. The television and proper devices power on and your display switches to the correct HDMI input. With the remote in hand, you now control the volume and channel changes. If for some reason something does not power on or switch to the proper HDMI input -- no problem -- a simple press of the HELP button will have the remote correcting the issue on its own. Oh, less I forget to mention, if you use a Tivo box this remote also replicates the commands on their remote including commercial skip. As I mentioned earlier, I own just about every Logitech remote ever made. The 950 and the ELITE are the best remotes the company makes and it's amazing to see how far the technology has improved over the years while keeping simplicity on the user end. Once you buy one of these remotes you will wonder how you ever got along without it.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;If you don't need the hub, this is the best Logitech Remote available to date!;;Ronald Epstein;;;I owned the basic logitech hub. I wanted to add the ultimate remote but didn't want to buy the $350 version with hub. While it is super hidden on their website you can absolutely add this to your existing hub, here is how. 1) update you hub to latest software 2) buy this remote 3) ignore the instructions it comes with, charge it, ignore the instructions on screen 4) open your harmony app on your ipad and choose 'harmony upgrade' 5) choose add remote 6) click ad now 7) follow the prompts to add remote (press mute and menu on remote) 8) one this is finished you will need to connect the remote to your PC to update firmware, but that's it. now you have all the features of the most expensive remote for less money than buying new and not waste having multiple hubs - woo hoo. I hope this helps someone. Note each hub can only have one touch remote + one smart keyboard + one non-touch remote, while the hubs get different names they actually all seem to be identical - i bought my first smart hub when they came out with the smart keyboard. This is working find with those. alex PS great remote, much better weighting and layout, you can customize what buttons appear on the LCD in activities and devices and re-order all from the remote.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Add this to your existing logitech hub!;;Alex Balcanquall;;;I replaced my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years. Then it got dropped and starting having issues. This is my replacement and so far it works great. In my opinion the screen sensitivity is a bit high but it works great.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;... my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years;;E. Mautz

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By NudeNutNZ - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
Harmony 950 misses the mark . . . .
I bought this product to replace my existing Harmony One (One), that is dying of old age. I have had it for over 10 years. I also have the Harmony 700 (700) products along with other Logitech products. I say this as my experience with Logitech products in the past has been positive and I am familiar with how to set them up. Unfortunately with the Harmony 950 (950) I do not share this outlook. I'll get this out of the way . . . . I am not a fan of the i-Droid generation who revel in swipe / gesture driven devices to which the 950 now subscribes. I'm sure any number of people view this as progress but I do not. If I wanted something that I could swipe until my hearts content to replace my One then I would have bought one of the i-Droid devices and purchased any number of remote control apps that are available. In fact I have one that does just that but it is not my go to device. My One is my go to device so I was looking for something to replace this so settled on the 950 in the hope it was an improvement on the One. In my view it is not, so I am now in the position debating what I am going to do with this device, getting past the initial cost outlay. Here is why . . . . 1. On the One you could fit 6 commands on a page or screen, based on a 2 x 3 grid. On the 950 you can only fit 4.5 commands per screen, which is based on 1 command per row that runs the width of the screen before you need to navigate to the next screen. 2. As the 950 now has 1 command per row there is typically space at the end of each row. Logitech has decided to add icons to represent the command, not the LABEL. What this means is that if you have customised your remote as I have, the icon no longer has any relationship to the label. E.g. I have configured the Red button command to launch Kodi, my media centre application via a third party app. Therefore I am stuck with the icon for the Red button which cannot be removed according to Logitech's Customer Care. Minor but irritating for a remote marketed as customisable. I would prefer no icons as per the One, but alas not. And just to be ridiculous not all the coloured buttons have coloured icons. The Red button command has a Red icon but the Blue button has no Blue icon. It has a black square with a white border, go figure? 3. As I now have the 950 I can no longer use the Harmony Desktop Software v7.7.0 (Legacy) software as the 950 is not compatible. Progress you say but I think not. Now I have to use the MyHarmony software it does not provide the same functionality as the legacy software. With the legacy software I could group commands onto pages. If I only wanted to put 3 commands on a page I could, and leave the other cells blank. With the new software you cannot. With the 950 that may be OK because all the commands run one after the other but remember I also have a couple of 700 remotes. These remotes are compatible with the new software and have a 2 x 2 button grid. But can I have a blank cell on a page of my 700. Nope. The new software does not accept any blank cells and there is no way to configure this according to Logitech's Customer Care. Yet this was available on the legacy software. Progress? Not according to me. 4. The functionality of the new software varies between remotes. The functionality available for the 700 is not the same as the 950. On the 950 you can unassign commands from buttons for commands / buttons you do not use. On the 700 you cannot. Every button on the 700 is assigned a command. You can change it but you cannot remove it. Using the example of the Red button above I cannot unassign the Red command from the Red button, which now performs a totally different function. 5. Also there are a couple of command lists in the new software. The lists are inconsistent. Its almost as though the first list is being filtered and the second is not. I would expect them to be the same. When setting up assigning commands to buttons it can be missing from the first list so you navigate to the second list to add or fix a command and there it is. If I go to the trouble of adding the command from scratch again which is possible, you would expect it to populate into the first list so that it can be assigned a button. Does this happen? Nope. You may accept that this is possible with some obscure device but we are talking about a Hauppauge TV Tuner card with Windows Media Center. Doesn't sound like a very obscure combination to me. Once again another call to Logitech's Customer Care. 6. Another little gem with the new software & the 950 remote . . . There is now a page / screen for favourite TV channels. If you choose not to use it still displays on your remote. My way of thinking is if its blank then it should NOT display. But hey what do I know? So in summary where am I at . . . . 1. I have 4 remotes that require 2 different software applications to configure. 2. The new software application functionality is worse than the legacy software. 3. I now have a new 950 whose usability is worse than that of my old One due to swipe / gesture driven devices typically requiring 2 hands to function effectively. 1 to hold the device and 1 to navigate the device. Anyway that's about it. If you are happy with standard functionality with a few common devices or an 80% solution then you are probably going to be fine. If you are looking for a product that has built on and improved what has previously been offered then it may be a different matter but at the end of the day you have a bit more information than the standard marketing hype so hopefully this maybe useful to someone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ronald Epstein - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018
If you don't need the hub, this is the best Logitech Remote available to date!
I usually begin these reviews by talking a bit about my love for Logitech remotes. I have been reviewing Logitech remotes for over 8 years now starting with the Harmony One and just about every product that has been released since. I was using these remotes before most people even knew about them. I have bought them as gifts for friends and family. Everyone I know that owns a Logitech remote has been amazed by its simplicity to program and operate. In short, the Logitech ELITE and 950 models are the most elaborate and absolute best remotes of the product line to date. Sans some minor graphics changes on the keys, both remotes are exactly the same. The difference lies in the hub that is included with the ELITE model but not the 950. Now, do you need the hub? In most cases, no. The hub is only essential if you want to put your components in cabinets where an RF signal would not reach them. Additionally, the hub allows you to use your smartphone or tablet as a remote in addition to the Logitech handheld. If you just need the best remote available and all your components are in direct sight of where you are sitting, the 950 model will suit you fine. Setting up this remote is extremely easy. This is what I would advise you to do first before taking delivery of your remote... * Write down the brand and model number of every component in your home theater system. This includes your display, receiver, 4k/Blu-ray/DVD players, satellite box and streaming player. * Make note of each device's connection to the display and the receiver. For instance, which HDMI input is being used by each component when going to the receiver or display? Taking these notes in advance will ensure a quick and painless setup. In fact, if there are no hiccups along the way, initial setup could take under 15 minutes. When you get your 950 remote you will find the included USB cable. This attaches to your desktop or laptop computer. The next step is to log onto Logitech's website and download the MYHARMONY desktop application. Upon launching the application on your computer, you will be instructed to enter the model numbers of all your devices. It will also ask you how these devices are attached to your display and whether you want your television or a soundbar to control the volume. What's really neat about the desktop application is that it allows you to upload .jpg icons of your choice to act as representations of your various activities. For example, next to my WATCH TV button on the remote, I have a picture icon of the Verizon Fios logo that I downloaded off the Internet and uploaded to the MYHARMONY desktop application. For WATCH 4k, I downloaded the 4k logo from the internet and uploaded it in the same way. It really adds a bit of panache and professionalism to the remote layout. Additionally, through the MYHARMONY desktop application, you can select your local provider, have all your channels uploaded to the remote and even select the top 50 that you want at your fingertips. Honestly, the entire process is very easy and the software effortlessly walks you through it. Even a novice shouldn't have any difficulty understanding how to set it up. The remote itself has a very solid build and it feels terrific in the hand thanks to underlying material that provides extra grip. It comes with a charging cradle that allows it to charge upright. The 950 works just as well as all the other Harmony remotes. Once programmed, you just press the activity you want (such as WATCH TV, WATCH BLU-RAY, WATCH APPLE TV, etc.) and see your commands come to life. The television and proper devices power on and your display switches to the correct HDMI input. With the remote in hand, you now control the volume and channel changes. If for some reason something does not power on or switch to the proper HDMI input -- no problem -- a simple press of the HELP button will have the remote correcting the issue on its own. Oh, less I forget to mention, if you use a Tivo box this remote also replicates the commands on their remote including commercial skip. As I mentioned earlier, I own just about every Logitech remote ever made. The 950 and the ELITE are the best remotes the company makes and it's amazing to see how far the technology has improved over the years while keeping simplicity on the user end. Once you buy one of these remotes you will wonder how you ever got along without it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex Balcanquall - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016
Add this to your existing logitech hub!
I owned the basic logitech hub. I wanted to add the ultimate remote but didn't want to buy the $350 version with hub. While it is super hidden on their website you can absolutely add this to your existing hub, here is how. 1) update you hub to latest software 2) buy this remote 3) ignore the instructions it comes with, charge it, ignore the instructions on screen 4) open your harmony app on your ipad and choose 'harmony upgrade' 5) choose add remote 6) click ad now 7) follow the prompts to add remote (press mute and menu on remote) 8) one this is finished you will need to connect the remote to your PC to update firmware, but that's it. now you have all the features of the most expensive remote for less money than buying new and not waste having multiple hubs - woo hoo. I hope this helps someone. Note each hub can only have one touch remote + one smart keyboard + one non-touch remote, while the hubs get different names they actually all seem to be identical - i bought my first smart hub when they came out with the smart keyboard. This is working find with those. alex PS great remote, much better weighting and layout, you can customize what buttons appear on the LCD in activities and devices and re-order all from the remote.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By E. Mautz - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2016
... my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years
I replaced my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years. Then it got dropped and starting having issues. This is my replacement and so far it works great. In my opinion the screen sensitivity is a bit high but it works great.

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3.0 out of 5 stars
By NudeNutNZ - Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
Harmony 950 misses the mark . . . .
I bought this product to replace my existing Harmony One (One), that is dying of old age. I have had it for over 10 years. I also have the Harmony 700 (700) products along with other Logitech products. I say this as my experience with Logitech products in the past has been positive and I am familiar with how to set them up. Unfortunately with the Harmony 950 (950) I do not share this outlook. I'll get this out of the way . . . . I am not a fan of the i-Droid generation who revel in swipe / gesture driven devices to which the 950 now subscribes. I'm sure any number of people view this as progress but I do not. If I wanted something that I could swipe until my hearts content to replace my One then I would have bought one of the i-Droid devices and purchased any number of remote control apps that are available. In fact I have one that does just that but it is not my go to device. My One is my go to device so I was looking for something to replace this so settled on the 950 in the hope it was an improvement on the One. In my view it is not, so I am now in the position debating what I am going to do with this device, getting past the initial cost outlay. Here is why . . . . 1. On the One you could fit 6 commands on a page or screen, based on a 2 x 3 grid. On the 950 you can only fit 4.5 commands per screen, which is based on 1 command per row that runs the width of the screen before you need to navigate to the next screen. 2. As the 950 now has 1 command per row there is typically space at the end of each row. Logitech has decided to add icons to represent the command, not the LABEL. What this means is that if you have customised your remote as I have, the icon no longer has any relationship to the label. E.g. I have configured the Red button command to launch Kodi, my media centre application via a third party app. Therefore I am stuck with the icon for the Red button which cannot be removed according to Logitech's Customer Care. Minor but irritating for a remote marketed as customisable. I would prefer no icons as per the One, but alas not. And just to be ridiculous not all the coloured buttons have coloured icons. The Red button command has a Red icon but the Blue button has no Blue icon. It has a black square with a white border, go figure? 3. As I now have the 950 I can no longer use the Harmony Desktop Software v7.7.0 (Legacy) software as the 950 is not compatible. Progress you say but I think not. Now I have to use the MyHarmony software it does not provide the same functionality as the legacy software. With the legacy software I could group commands onto pages. If I only wanted to put 3 commands on a page I could, and leave the other cells blank. With the new software you cannot. With the 950 that may be OK because all the commands run one after the other but remember I also have a couple of 700 remotes. These remotes are compatible with the new software and have a 2 x 2 button grid. But can I have a blank cell on a page of my 700. Nope. The new software does not accept any blank cells and there is no way to configure this according to Logitech's Customer Care. Yet this was available on the legacy software. Progress? Not according to me. 4. The functionality of the new software varies between remotes. The functionality available for the 700 is not the same as the 950. On the 950 you can unassign commands from buttons for commands / buttons you do not use. On the 700 you cannot. Every button on the 700 is assigned a command. You can change it but you cannot remove it. Using the example of the Red button above I cannot unassign the Red command from the Red button, which now performs a totally different function. 5. Also there are a couple of command lists in the new software. The lists are inconsistent. Its almost as though the first list is being filtered and the second is not. I would expect them to be the same. When setting up assigning commands to buttons it can be missing from the first list so you navigate to the second list to add or fix a command and there it is. If I go to the trouble of adding the command from scratch again which is possible, you would expect it to populate into the first list so that it can be assigned a button. Does this happen? Nope. You may accept that this is possible with some obscure device but we are talking about a Hauppauge TV Tuner card with Windows Media Center. Doesn't sound like a very obscure combination to me. Once again another call to Logitech's Customer Care. 6. Another little gem with the new software & the 950 remote . . . There is now a page / screen for favourite TV channels. If you choose not to use it still displays on your remote. My way of thinking is if its blank then it should NOT display. But hey what do I know? So in summary where am I at . . . . 1. I have 4 remotes that require 2 different software applications to configure. 2. The new software application functionality is worse than the legacy software. 3. I now have a new 950 whose usability is worse than that of my old One due to swipe / gesture driven devices typically requiring 2 hands to function effectively. 1 to hold the device and 1 to navigate the device. Anyway that's about it. If you are happy with standard functionality with a few common devices or an 80% solution then you are probably going to be fine. If you are looking for a product that has built on and improved what has previously been offered then it may be a different matter but at the end of the day you have a bit more information than the standard marketing hype so hopefully this maybe useful to someone.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ronald Epstein - Reviewed in the United States on October 18, 2018
If you don't need the hub, this is the best Logitech Remote available to date!
I usually begin these reviews by talking a bit about my love for Logitech remotes. I have been reviewing Logitech remotes for over 8 years now starting with the Harmony One and just about every product that has been released since. I was using these remotes before most people even knew about them. I have bought them as gifts for friends and family. Everyone I know that owns a Logitech remote has been amazed by its simplicity to program and operate. In short, the Logitech ELITE and 950 models are the most elaborate and absolute best remotes of the product line to date. Sans some minor graphics changes on the keys, both remotes are exactly the same. The difference lies in the hub that is included with the ELITE model but not the 950. Now, do you need the hub? In most cases, no. The hub is only essential if you want to put your components in cabinets where an RF signal would not reach them. Additionally, the hub allows you to use your smartphone or tablet as a remote in addition to the Logitech handheld. If you just need the best remote available and all your components are in direct sight of where you are sitting, the 950 model will suit you fine. Setting up this remote is extremely easy. This is what I would advise you to do first before taking delivery of your remote... * Write down the brand and model number of every component in your home theater system. This includes your display, receiver, 4k/Blu-ray/DVD players, satellite box and streaming player. * Make note of each device's connection to the display and the receiver. For instance, which HDMI input is being used by each component when going to the receiver or display? Taking these notes in advance will ensure a quick and painless setup. In fact, if there are no hiccups along the way, initial setup could take under 15 minutes. When you get your 950 remote you will find the included USB cable. This attaches to your desktop or laptop computer. The next step is to log onto Logitech's website and download the MYHARMONY desktop application. Upon launching the application on your computer, you will be instructed to enter the model numbers of all your devices. It will also ask you how these devices are attached to your display and whether you want your television or a soundbar to control the volume. What's really neat about the desktop application is that it allows you to upload .jpg icons of your choice to act as representations of your various activities. For example, next to my WATCH TV button on the remote, I have a picture icon of the Verizon Fios logo that I downloaded off the Internet and uploaded to the MYHARMONY desktop application. For WATCH 4k, I downloaded the 4k logo from the internet and uploaded it in the same way. It really adds a bit of panache and professionalism to the remote layout. Additionally, through the MYHARMONY desktop application, you can select your local provider, have all your channels uploaded to the remote and even select the top 50 that you want at your fingertips. Honestly, the entire process is very easy and the software effortlessly walks you through it. Even a novice shouldn't have any difficulty understanding how to set it up. The remote itself has a very solid build and it feels terrific in the hand thanks to underlying material that provides extra grip. It comes with a charging cradle that allows it to charge upright. The 950 works just as well as all the other Harmony remotes. Once programmed, you just press the activity you want (such as WATCH TV, WATCH BLU-RAY, WATCH APPLE TV, etc.) and see your commands come to life. The television and proper devices power on and your display switches to the correct HDMI input. With the remote in hand, you now control the volume and channel changes. If for some reason something does not power on or switch to the proper HDMI input -- no problem -- a simple press of the HELP button will have the remote correcting the issue on its own. Oh, less I forget to mention, if you use a Tivo box this remote also replicates the commands on their remote including commercial skip. As I mentioned earlier, I own just about every Logitech remote ever made. The 950 and the ELITE are the best remotes the company makes and it's amazing to see how far the technology has improved over the years while keeping simplicity on the user end. Once you buy one of these remotes you will wonder how you ever got along without it.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex Balcanquall - Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016
Add this to your existing logitech hub!
I owned the basic logitech hub. I wanted to add the ultimate remote but didn't want to buy the $350 version with hub. While it is super hidden on their website you can absolutely add this to your existing hub, here is how. 1) update you hub to latest software 2) buy this remote 3) ignore the instructions it comes with, charge it, ignore the instructions on screen 4) open your harmony app on your ipad and choose 'harmony upgrade' 5) choose add remote 6) click ad now 7) follow the prompts to add remote (press mute and menu on remote) 8) one this is finished you will need to connect the remote to your PC to update firmware, but that's it. now you have all the features of the most expensive remote for less money than buying new and not waste having multiple hubs - woo hoo. I hope this helps someone. Note each hub can only have one touch remote + one smart keyboard + one non-touch remote, while the hubs get different names they actually all seem to be identical - i bought my first smart hub when they came out with the smart keyboard. This is working find with those. alex PS great remote, much better weighting and layout, you can customize what buttons appear on the LCD in activities and devices and re-order all from the remote.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By E. Mautz - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2016
... my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years
I replaced my old Harmony One that had been working just fine for 5 years. Then it got dropped and starting having issues. This is my replacement and so far it works great. In my opinion the screen sensitivity is a bit high but it works great.