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Music + Technology + Random Nonsense from the Music Industry by Ethan Kaplan, VP Product, Live Nation

Perspective

Lets compare:

Logitech Harmony

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$399.00

Performs tasks related to the macro management of home entertainment gear with a three and a half inch capacitive display.

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Phillips Pronto TSU9800

$1,695.00

6.4″ VGA display with optical rotary wheel and WiFi support. Capacitive touch screen display.

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Phillips TSU9400

3.5 inch capacitive touch screen display. Works with Windows MCE!

$794.99

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Apple iPad

$499.00 to $829.00

General purpose computing device. 3,500 dedicated and 150,000 compatible apps and counting.

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One Response

  1. Jerad says:

    I’d have no problem dropping $100 on a Logitech-made iPad remote control app. The only downside is that I know I’d have to buy two iPads so that I’d have one for control while my wife or I used the other to browse the web while watching TV.