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    Something else to wish for: the new Harmony One from Logitech

    Well here it is, probably one of the most desirable universal remotes going, the new Harmony One from Logitech.
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    Re: Something else to wish for: the new Harmony One from Logitech

    capacative touch responds to tiny electrical charges, hmm have they tried it in the middle of a lightning storm, or even in a room with lots of wool and nylon. your media center might go a bit beserk, or it could fry the screen.

    i still want one though, my current Nad HTR 1 got a bit broke when i dropped a hammer on it. (might buy a second as a spare, i keep breaking techy stuff)

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    Re: Something else to wish for: the new Harmony One from Logitech

    Unfortunately no euro specific model and thus no colour buttons - useless for me, use them all the time with my PVR.

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    Re: Something else to wish for: the new Harmony One from Logitech

    Quote Originally Posted by stevie lee View Post
    capacative touch responds to tiny electrical charges, hmm have they tried it in the middle of a lightning storm, or even in a room with lots of wool and nylon. your media center might go a bit beserk, or it could fry the screen.
    Many Samsung and LG (and other?) mobile phones have this technology in them now. It looks cool, but can be a bit of a pain, as there's no button 'feel', and it's easy to accidentally press a button without realising it (like when I disconnected a call with my cheek a few days ago...)

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