Turn Up To 8 Devices In Your Living Room Smart & Phone-Controllable With Logitech Harmony Hub For Just $56 Today [Usually $100]

If you want to be able to control your home entertainment system using the power of your voice, then the Logitech Harmony Hub is a great place to start, and while it’s normally relatively well priced for what it makes possible, it’s currently on offer for a price that is pretty hard to pass up. For just $57, you too can turn your TV on using Alexa or your phone.

While all of the talk right now is about Apple and its integration of AirPlay 2 with some third-party TV makers, the original kings of taking desperate devices and making them play well together is Logitech.

The Harmony Hub is a gateway to that, giving your phone and Alexa a way to interact with anything that has an IR receiver. That means your TV, DVR, A/V receiver and more can all be controlled with ease, and it’s super awesome to use.

Normally the Logitech Harmony Hub would cost around $100, but right now it can be had with almost half off. Removing the need for umpteen remote controls is now super affordable.

A more detailed look at the feature can be seen below.

  • Works with Alexa to easily control your home entertainment devices with your voice
  • Combine up to 8 remotes and countless apps into one easy-to-use smartphone app.
  • Create customized activities to control your home entertainment. For example, simply tap “Date Night” and Harmony can turn on your Sony
  • Android TV, launch Netflix, dim your Philips Hue smart lights and turn on your Sonos connected speaker
  • Harmony App for iOS or Android smartphone or tablet: Simply swipe and tap to control channels, movies, 50 customizable channel Favorites
  • Closed cabinet control: Included Harmony Hub lets you control devices in closed cabinets

Pretty cool, right?

Buy: Logitech Harmony Hub from Amazon: $56.44 | Original price $100

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