Originally Posted by EHUPP01
The MX-810 is far superior to my Harmony 890. I needed RF as well and am using the MRF-260 because it was all that I needed I wish now I would have got the MRF-350 to have more options down the road. On another note in retrospect I am glad the Harmony One is not RF because I would have missed out on the 810 and no touch screen. I think life with that touch screen would be tough for me. Wiping, pressing, wiping, pressing, and wiping.
Sure thing. As an iPhone user, I know that drill all too well. Not a huge fan of touchscreens. Missing my Blackberry Curve a bit when it comes to mobile messaging & email...
So, is the MRF-260 limited in anyway vs. the 350? I have the 260 and the R50 (consumer version of the MX-450) in my Amazon shopping cart, ready to pull the trigger. I just know that when I buy it, Logitech will announce the RF version of the Harmony One.
I haven't yet touched/used the MX-450/R50 so I'm interested in your feedback on the MX-810 as to build quality (young kids using this, dropping it), the ergonomics, the button clickability/feel, etc. I assume this will be a near approximation for the qualities of the MX-450/R50. Hard to do when you can't try them out before buying.
Appreciate your feedback on the MX-810 from that perspective. Thanks!