Pros It's small and I got it using a 50% coupon - so I only wasted $50 so far.
Cons Not ready for prime time yet. Very disappointing results. I haven't even got far enough along to evaluate the app on the iPhone, since I can't train the Harmony Link
Summary Logitech's user interface web application is powered by SilverLight. While trying to train the Link, it seems to not understand about 25% of my Sharp Aquos remote commands. When it fails to comprehend the input, SilverLight goes to 100% CPU on my laptop and then I need to force quit my browser, and basically start all over. The funniest part of all this, when I try to train the Link, I can see my TV responds to everything I do while training the Harmony Link and yet most of the time Harmony can't understand the input from the factory remote. This product has so much potential but I'm not
"$100 paper weight"on by Wally__06
Pros There are no positives to this product.
Cons Does not sync with iPad2 or iPhone4. Tech support couldn't figure it out.
Summary Do not buy. There are too many issues that need to be fixed first.
Pros Easy to setup.
I've been waiting for this remote app / appliance which ooes the basics, provides tv guide, and not much more.
Cons The buttons provided in the app are limited to a few basic buttons. It's nice to have tv guide in the app, but what we really need is the ability to toss the other remotes and use the app and virtual remote, and the virtual remotes are only partially prov
Summary Wait for something else to come along.
Pros None at all...
Cons It doesn't work for a lot of people after Apples IOS6 update.
You'll have a 1% chance of getting any help for Logitech for this product.
App updates and support is SLOOOOOOW
Summary If you have an iPad, you have a 50/50 chance of this product even working. I have this product and right now it is worthless , just a 100$ paperweight . Logitechs support of this product and app need to use it has been ( and still is ) VERRY POOR. The product worked great at fist, but then Apple updated thier software and Logitech took a long time to finally update thir app for it, when all was said and done, it somewhat fixed the problem for SOME people, for others ( like me ) it is a worthless paperweight. So buy it if you want and try it, at least when it doesn't work you'll be able to wait in line to return it and get your money back . Or at the very least, it will work for you till Apple updates again, then you'll have a nice paperweight too, also you'll get the pleasure of dealing with Logitechs pretty much nonexistent support ....
I'd say take your 100$ go to the casino place it on red or black at the roulette table.
Pros very limited app support; works great on an iPad.
Cons Very cumbersome if wantmore than one. You can only manage one per account. Since your account is your email address, you need multiple email addresses
Also, very limited app support; waste of time on Android (won't work on tablets)
Summary While the concept and technology are very good, Logitech came up a little short sighted when it came to conceptualizing how a consumer might want to use it. We were initially thrilled with the first one we bought, but when we went to expand to additional rooms (by purchasing additional units) the thrill rapidly faded.
You cannot treat "home entertainment" as an integrated system, manageable from a single interface. You must create a separate MyHarmony account online for each Link.
Unless you have a dedicated iPad for each of room, you have to log out and log in as you move about the house.
With regard to the app on the iPad, Logitech did a great job! However, it would be great if some time were to be spent on an app useable on Android tablets. Their Android app only runs on smartphones and is not very robust.