More toys for my MCE

My Media Centre (Windows XP MCE edition) has been ticking along quite nicely for the last couple of months…. in fact so well that there are only a couple of issues… too many remotes and not enough space to store stuff.To solve the problem with the remotes I’ve got a Logitech Harmony 880 – it’s a very clever bit of hardware able to do a lot more than your average ‘learning’ remote… for

5 Responses to “More toys for my MCE”

  1. Aron Says:

    Is the Harmony 880 as good as it seems? I need a remote that my wife and kids can understand …

  2. Rufan-Redi Says:

    it’s really easy to use. Setup via the website is a bit time consuming, but once you’re done it’s no drama.<BR/><BR/>the paint on one side is already wearing away and it’s a bit fussy about positioning in the charging cradle so I can’t give it an unreserved thumbs-up just yet (waiting for Logitech support to respond to my comments on those issues)

  3. Anonymous Says:

    Great site and may use your services soon for some PHP MySQL work on a site.<BR/><BR/>I have a wireless Crestron Touchscreen and wouldnt give it up. Cheaper to buy off Ebay from the USA and easy to program and design if you are PC minded

  4. Matt H Says:

    Hi jeremy – what can I say – still playing with your toys?? have a MCE box myself now and happy with the setup. What can you terll me about the Vista versions that are the next step? How is the hardware compatibility testing going?

  5. Design for MySpace Says:

    Rufan – I appreciate your blog’s theme. How much did the logitech device cost you ?

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