Logitech Harmony Express universal remote control review: Practical, but not perfect

It’s not the be-all, end-all of universal remote controls, but it’s plenty powerful for most people’s needs—and Alexa is onboard to lend a helping hand.

Logitech’s Harmony division makes better universal remote controls than just about anybody. Its latest model, the $250 Harmony Express, might be its most practical, even if it’s not the company’s most powerful.

The Harmony Express doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the company’s top-of-the-line Harmony Elite ($350 MSRP), which Logitech will continue to sell. The Express doesn’t have a touch-sensitive display, it doesn’t have as many programmable buttons, and it can’t execute complex macros that incorporate both home entertainment gear and smart home devices.

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