Logitech announced the discontinuation of the Harmony universal remote control, but will continue to provide support services

According to theverge news, Logitech announced on Friday local time to discontinue the Harmony universal remote control product line, and the existing inventory at the dealer will continue to be sold. Logitech also stated that it will provide permanent support for users’ existing Harmony series products.

Logitech officially stated that it does not want the suspension of production notice to affect customers, and the company plans to continue to support the Harmony ecosystem and serve new customers of the product. At the same time, users can continue to use related software and mobile applications. Logitech also plans to continue to update this platform and add new third-party products to the support list of Harmony remote controls. In addition, hardware warranty services will also be maintained.

At present, Logitech’s overseas official website also lists Harmony remote control products. This remote control comes with a screen that can control smart TV systems such as Apple TV and Roku, as well as devices such as CD players, DVDs, and Blu-ray players. In addition, combined with Logitech’s software can also remotely control Windows system, macOS, to achieve some simple control functions.

Logitech’s financial report shows that in 2020, the new crown epidemic has caused people to study, work and entertain at home. Therefore, the company’s sales have achieved substantial growth. Sales in the fourth quarter of 2020 increased by 75% year-on-year.

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