Yesterday we heard that Logitech would stop supporting their Harmony Link devices. This means that the device will no longer work. The device has been available since 2011 and is used to control home entertainment equipment via your smartphone or a remote.
The company had originally said that it would replace the device with a free Harmony Hub for anyone still within warranty and would offer people out of warranty a discount of 35% on the newer device.
Logitech has now changed it mind and has announced that anyone who owns a Harmony Link device will get a free Harmony Hub as a replacement. This is great news and Logitech is now contacting owners of the device to offer them a replacement.
If you are a Harmony Link user, we will reach out to you between now and March 2018 to make arrangements to replace your Link with a free Harmony Hub, a product with similar app-based remote control features to Link, with the added benefit of controlling many popular connected home devices plus, it works with popular voice assistants.
The company has also said that you can contact them directly to arrange your replacement device, you can find out more details about how to contact them here, you will need to take out a support ticket to arrange your new device.
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