Harmony® Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360 ..

White Wireless Remote Controller for XBOX 360/TV

Xbox 360 Media Remote

$4.43
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  • As far as PC-programmable universal remotes go, the Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360 stands in a unique position. From a design standpoint, it's much better than the majority of the remotes on the market. Its functionality is top-notch as well, and we found its ergonomics to be an improvement over the more expensive Harmony 880. In fact, with the addition of a color screen and a rechargeable battery, the LHAURX360 (or its twin brothers, the and 550), would give the 880 a run for its money. Given the more affordable price points, all three models are an easy recommendation for anyone looking for a great universal remote. But with its extra buttons, the LHAURX360 may very well be the pick of the litter.

    As far as PC-programmable universal remotes go, the Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360 stands in a unique position. From a design standpoint, it's much better than the majority of the remotes on the market. Its functionality is top-notch as well, and we found its ergonomics to be an improvement over the more expensive Harmony 880. In fact, with the addition of a color screen and a rechargeable battery, the LHAURX360 (or its twin brothers, the and 550), would give the 880 a run for its money. Given the more affordable price points, all three models are an easy recommendation for anyone looking for a great universal remote. But with its extra buttons, the LHAURX360 may very well be the pick of the litter.

  • Finding a way to control your Xbox360 and your entire entertainment system in one product? The Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for the Xbox 360 may be the solution you are looking for, with special Xbox buttons, a learning port, an interactive display, and even a Help button. It may be easy to set-up and at a retail price of $130 it is more suited for hardcore gamers.

    Finding a way to control your Xbox360 and your entire entertainment system in one product? The Logitech Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for the Xbox 360 may be the solution you are looking for, with special Xbox buttons, a learning port, an interactive display, and even a Help button. It may be easy to set-up and at a retail price of $130 it is more suited for hardcore gamers.

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  • Logitech's recently released Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360 ($129.99) should be the clear winner of this roundup if you can get by the extravagant price (). It's a gorgeous unit, with a high-quality design that feels almost sensually good in the hand; the material on the back of the device is pleasingly grippy. The Harmony features screams quality throughout, from the tactile feedback of the button presses to its programmability functions, which let the remote control other facets of your home theater experience, such as your stereo system and television.

Xbox 360 Universal Media Remote | Xbox Remote

Back when Microsoft first shipped its Xbox 360 game console (see and for more information), the company provided a basic remote control, dubbed the Media Remote, with the high-end Xbox 360 bundle. It also provides a slightly nicer Universal Media Remote as a separate add-on purchase. While both of these remotes are much nicer than the sad-looking DVD remote Microsoft shipped for the original Xbox, neither are particularly exciting. Then, earlier this month, Logitech began shipping a programmable Harmony remote specifically for Xbox 360. Does this remote finally give Xbox 360 users what they need to control the console's Media Center Extender and DVD playback experiences? Or are we still waiting for a total solution? Let's take a look.