Logitech Says Europeans Can't Controll Their Home Entertainment Gear

Posted: Mar 4 2008, 11:51am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:34am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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According to Logitech Europeans have about EUR 362 billion worth of TVs, stereos, speakers, and DVD players in their homes that they can’t control. Logitech says in 24% of European homes only one person knows how to control the technology in the home.

Logitech commissioned a study by Lightspeed Research that found that despite the thousands of Euros that were spent on home technology most Europeans can’t do simple tasks like watch DVDs or record a TV show.

Naturally Logitech has a solution to the problem for Europeans, the Harmony One universal remote. I have reviewed the Harmony One before and after setting the remote up even my 6-year old son could control my complex home theater set up. The Harmony One is available now for EUR 199.99.

Via Logitech

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