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What drew me to the NevoSL is the combination of both the configurable touchscreen display and the number of hard buttons. I only watch DVDs currently in my home theater, so I don't need a crowd of number buttons for changing channels. As long as I can do basic DVD navigation without using the touch-screen, I will be happy. The NevoSL seems to have a very nice balance of programmability and hard buttons, at least for my application, however the price is steep. I have briefly looked at the Philips RC9800i and the Harmony 1000, but both seem a little light on the number of hard buttons. Any suggested alternatives? Thanks


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What drew me to the NevoSL is the combination of both the configurable touchscreen display and the number of hard buttons. I only watch DVDs currently in my home theater, so I don't need a crowd of number buttons for changing channels. As long as I can do basic DVD navigation without using the touch-screen, I will be happy. The NevoSL seems to have a very nice balance of programmability and hard buttons, at least for my application, however the price is steep. I have briefly looked at the Philips RC9800i and the Harmony 1000, but both seem a little light on the number of hard buttons. Any suggested alternatives? Thanks


-RobH

Have you looked at the Phillips Prontos (3500/7500)?
 
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