Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard announced


The folks over at Logitech has done it again, announcing yet another keyboard for those who want to improve their workflow efficiency process. The Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard would be able to delivers the power of Harmony universal remotes, albeit coming in a keyboard form factor, where it will also be accompanied by a touchpad to boot, making it a specially designed peripheral for couch potatoes who spend more time in the living room compared to any other room in the home.

After all, more and more folks have moved on to streaming content in the living room, regardless of whether it is from their computer, streaming-media device like the Apple TV, Roku or game console like the Xbox One and Sony PS3. These devices tend to deliver unlimited entertainment options, but their corresponding remote controls do have an issue when it comes to text entry that is more often than not compulsory when it comes to performing a search for selections.

With the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard, searching for programs become fast and easy, where its integrated touchpad would make navigating through convoluted menu systems a cinch, not to mention making it a most natural manner of surfing the Web, as though one were sitting in front of the PC itself.

This particular keyboard will integrate buttons like “Guide,” “Pause,” “Play,” and Channel up or Down, in addition to game console navigation buttons. Apart from that, it will also feature the Harmony Hub, which will transform signals from the keyboard or your smartphone via the Harmony App into commands that your entertainment devices are able to figure out. This makes it play nice with over 225,000 home-entertainment devices and more than 5,000 brands – and counting. Hence, once you have the Logitech Harmony Smart Keyboard within vicinity of the living room, there should not be any more need for extra remotes.

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