The Logitech Harmony Ultimate Now Controls Your Nest Thermostat from the Comfort of Your Couch

We’re thrilled to announce that the Logitech Harmony Ultimate can control your Nest Learning ThermostatTM, so you can make your home cozy or cool (and entertainment-ready!) right from the comfort of your couch.

Now, there’s no more pausing the movie to grab a blanket or turn on the AC. With this free update, you can view and adjust your Nest Thermostat settings directly from the color touch-screen on your remote. Large arrows on the touch screen allow a quick and simple temperature adjustment, and even support multiple thermostats in different areas of your house.

In addition to controlling temperature, you can also change modes like switching from heat to cool or turning the system off completely.

The Harmony Ultimate also communicates with Nest’s Auto-Away function, so the thermostat knows you’re home even if you’re snoozing on the couch. Because both the Harmony Ultimate and Nest Thermostat are on your home network, when you pick up the remote it pings the Nest Thermostat and adjusts the temperature according to your settings.

With the Harmony Ultimate’s Nest integration and support of Philips Hue lights and Sonos wireless speakers, your perfect home entertainment setup is just a touch away.

Want to see Nest control in action? Tune into our Google Hangout on June 26 at 1 p.m. PT.

This feature will be available beginning June 24. To learn more and to set up your Nest Thermostat visit myharmony.com/nest.

 

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Want to see Nest control in action? Tune into our Google Hangout on June 26 at 1 p.m. PT. To learn more and to set up your Nest Thermostat visit myharmony.com.

 

 

 

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