Playstation 3 Finally Receives Some Logitech Harmony Love

Playstation 3 Finally Receives Some Logitech Harmony Love

Anthony Nguyen
May 18, 2009

Because the PS3 relies solely on Bluetooth for its wireless communication needs, any Harmony remote owners (which nearly 95% supports only IR as it primary means of communication) trying to fully integrate the PS3 into their home theater have probably ran into that annoying brick wall of needing to manually power on their PS3 every time they want to stream a movie or play some games.

Well folks, today we have a solution that no longer requires tediously complex DIY projects just to get your IR support on. Today, Logitech's released their very own proprietary solution; the Logitech Harmony Adapter for PS3.

While the $59.99 adapter doesn't do much other than act as a converter between your Harmony's IR commands and the PS3's Bluetooth interface, it does seem like a solution that makes much more sense than having to purchase separate adapters that may or may not fully be compatible with all of the Harmony remote commands.

Better yet, grab both the Logitech Harmony Adapter for PS3 and Logitech Harmony One from Amazon for a sweet price of $241, fully complementing that sleek glossy black look that we've all come to know and love.

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