To be the best universal remote, it needs to be versatile, capable of handling multiple devices at one but also support a plethora of devices. Out of all the universal remotes out there, the Logitech Harmony 650 easily fits that description. With over 6000 brands to connect to, and replacing five remotes at the same time, the 650 sure is versatile.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Logitech Harmony 650 Review\r\nThe Logitech Harmony 650 can support over 6000 devices, commanding five at a time. With that kind of flexibility, you\u2019ll need a rigorous entertainment center to justify its price tag.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nWhat we liked most about the Logitech Harmony 650 was accessing our favorite devices using only one button. We could watch TV on an Apple TV (on your choice of TV) in one moment, press the \u201cWatch a Movie\u201d button once and connect to the home theater in an instant. We could do this with up to five devices, though the Logitech Harmony Ultimate One Remote can control 15. Homes tend to average out at five devices anyways.\r\n\r\nWith that said, controlling every device was a cinch. However, we did notice troubling setting up the remote with more complex setups. If your entertainment center is a smattering of various obscure devices, trial and error is inevitable, though not the fault of the remote.\r\nDesign\r\nThe Logitech Harmony 650 shares a number of design decisions with other Harmony remotes. Its glossy grey, has black buttons, and a small LCD screen at the top of the remote. Contrary to the Harmony 600, it displays your favorite channel\u2019s icon in color, rather than the monochrome of the 600; the Harmony 700 shares the same feature. The Harmony 665, however, has rechargeable batteries, and the 660 doesn\u2019t.\r\n\r\nSetting Logitech remotes is usually simple, and the Harmony 650 isn\u2019t any different. However, an internet connection is required, Wi Fi to be specific. It\u2019s annoying, but once connected, Logitech takes care of the rest. If there\u2019s any trouble, there\u2019s even a Help button. If wielding remotes isn\u2019t your thing, and prefer using a smartphone, check out the Logitech Harmony Hub.\r\nValue\r\nIf we think back to all the remotes we use, one tends to average out at around four, typically being TV, cable box, Blu ray player, music, and a streaming device such as Fire TV. That\u2019s all five devices. In other words, you\u2019ve removed five remote controls with just one remote.\r\n\r\nWhen we consider the Harmony 650\u2019s performance, design, and ease of use\u2014we can say, with confidence, the Logitech Harmony 650 has excellent value, and will fit wonderfully in your catalog of smart home devices. For something cheaper, consider the Logitech Harmony All in One Remote Control.\r\nLogitech Harmony 650 Review Wrap Up\r\nWith over 6000 brands to control, the Logitech Harmony 650 already earns points for being versatile. Being supported by so many devices makes connecting the remote to five of your favorite devices easy\u2014especially with one click activity buttons. Needing the internet for the setup process is a bummer, but who doesn\u2019t have internet access these days?