AVS forum has the post (link) and Engadget picked up on it (link), after someone snapped pictures of it at Best Buy. It's not on BB's web site yet, nor is ot on Logitech's web site, so I wonder if it was put out too early at that Best Buy.
From the box it has a large screen in the center with some hard keys above and below it, and the screen is apparently swipe sensitive.
It supports 15 devices, says it has onscreen customization with an asterisk. I presume that's for things like screen on/off duration, brightness, contrast, theme, and not programming devices, but it will be interesting to find out more.
No mention of RF, like the 900, but I do like the charging cradle holds the remote upright instead of prone. That could save some space on my end table.
Everything I watch is DVR'd, so I don't the location of the transport keys, all the way at the top, but I'd have to hold it to see if that would really be a problem.
I also don't like the location of the color keys at all, all the way at the bottom of the remote, nor can I tell if there are hard buttons for Guide/Info/Menu/Exit, some other critical keys.
Looks like I'll be making a field trip to Best Buy to see if it's in stock and how much it costs.
Any other Harmony remote users out there want to share your thoughts on this? Or if not a Harmony user, what do you think of this new mysterious remote?
Edited by Drew2k, 30 September 2012 - 09:22 AM.
Fixed link to AVS thread