We don’t cover universal remotes all that often here on SlashGear, but this one is definitely worth noting. Logitech released the Harmony 510 today, which–while entry-level–sports numerous features and brings a cool design to a wider consumer market.
Priced at under $100, this universal remote falls in line with the 500-series, though sports new colors and a slightly different keypad. Besides a few relabeled buttons, a couple less keys and other changes, this remote is practically a mirror image of the Harmony 550 and actually looks very much like the Harmony 525–a European model.
Now, this Logitech is not exactly anything new or different, but it’s low-price and basic features make it an attractive buy for general consumers. However, if you already have one of the 500-series, you might not want to update just yet.
[via Crave at CNET]