Discussion in 'Home Cinema Control & Remote Controls' started by Pecker, Aug 2, 2006.
What's the difference between the cheaper and more expensive versions?
The main differences are:
- screen either monochrome or colour
- size of screen
- more memory available the more you pay, to store more screens, more icons, and control more devices. Although device count is never the problem, more the user wanting to put in lots of extra icons that use up the memory
I've got a TSU7000 (American version of UK model RU980) and its superb. It does everything I want it to and more, and I'm in control. Yes it's expensive, yes cheaper Harmony's do similar things, but I wouldn't swap a Harmony for my pronto
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