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The other big problem is its sky-high 9.99 (direct) price: The 1100 doesn't match Logitech's own, more ergonomic baton-style Harmony One, which costs half as much. Simply put: It looks luxurious, especially when it's sitting in its sleek black cradle, which props the remote up at a 45-degree angle while it charges the lithium ion battery.
And if you already have a Harmony remote, as I do, you can't mirror the existing device setup; you have to start from scratch to program the 1100, which is a major bummer.
There's also a four-way directional pad, which can be customized to do pretty much anything you want it to, including navigate on-screen lists and menus.