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TVs, DVD players, TIVOs, home theatre systems, the list goes on.Almost all of these will have an individual remote control requiring not only a home (just where did you put that remote?Logitech make a wide range of universal remotes and this is decidedly mid-range, with the more expensive having colour LCD screens, and the less expensive having no screen.
Enter the Logitech Harmony 555 (known as the 550 in the USA).
This is comfortable enough, but the bottom edge of the plastic rubs against your hand a little.
The fact that there are two grips also highlights another problem: With one hand you cannot comfortably control both the volume and channel navigation along with the play/pause controls.
The package comes with a standard USB cable which plugs in to the front of the control (via a removable rubber plug).
A driver disk is supplied that contains all the necessary software, for both Windows and OS X (although this is several versions behind the Windows copy, and is not a Universal Binary).
), but batteries and in many situations the ability to navigate a particular action (such as watching a DVD) across multiple controls.