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Régis Jehl Published on June 10, 2010
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  • Buttons 54
  • Supported devices 5
  • Dimensions 220 x 60 mm
  • Weight 176 g
Smaller version of the Logitech Harmony 650, the Harmony 600 has a black and white rather than colour screen.

The poor quality colour screen you get with the Harmony 700 and 650 has been replaced with a poor quality black and white: narrow viewing angles and poor definition.

Another difference in comparison to the other Harmony remotes: you can't add the logo of your favourite TV channels as you can on the models further up the range. For the rest, the Harmony 600 is the same as the 650. Still very well made and with good handling. Still with automatic backlighting when you pick it up. Pricing will therefore come into things when you make your choice.

For more details we encourage you to consult the test for the Logitech Harmony 650.


  • Device set-up: automatic (big database) or manual
  • Setting sensitivity and button delay
  • Original
  • Screen: it simplifies access to advanced features on devices
  • Backlighting of buttons


  • Poor quality screen
  • Incompatibile with radio frequency devices


Its screen is practical, it has numerous features and is of excellent quality. If you don't need a colour screen or a model with rechargeable batteries and you don't want to set up any more than 5 devices, this model is for you.
4 Logitech Harmony 600 DigitalVersus 2010-06-10 00:00:00
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