The Voice-Controlled, Semi-Sentient, Pleasure Palace of a Living Room

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Logitech Harmony Elite
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Logitech Harmony Elite

In theory, the universal remote should be a dead gadget, subsumed by the gadget-commanding jack-of-all-trades smartphones in everyone's hands. But phones are bad at controlling multiple pieces of gear from a single interface, and even voice-control platforms like Alexa don't yet work with every smart product. So universal remote like Logitech's Harmony Elite have earned a well-deserved stay of execution, acting as voice-traffic-controllers, essentially, for TVs, speakers, and other tech that isn't Alexa-compatible, but that can still connect with the remote's included hub. [$350, logitech.com]

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