It's admittedly simple, but easier than the usual process of turning the TV on with one remote and the cable box with another.
Watch a Movie is a bit more advanced; it turns the television and Blu-ray player on, and all of the Hue lights off.
The 0 combined price for the Hub and Extender is more daunting than the Hub on its own, but if you have a lot of different home automation devices it could be a very worthwhile investment.
Also worth noting: You can also pick up the Logitech Harmony Companion, a 9.99 bundle consisting of the Harmony Hub and a much simpler, non-touch-screen remote. Setup is simple, though there's a bit of a learning curve as you first become acquainted with the Harmony app.
It's a staggering array of TVs, set-top boxes, media streamers, and Blu-ray players.
You can even use Bluetooth or IR to connect with wireless game consoles like the Microsoft Xbox One and Sony Play Station 4, which you won't find on many other hubs.
And thanks to integration with Amazon's Alexa, you can even do so via voice control.
After plugging in the Hub, you must download the Harmony app to your device.
Setup takes place through the app, which guides you through the process.
Editors' Note: This review has been updated to reflect changes in the Harmony Home Hub, now the Harmony Hub, since it launched in 2014.
We've raised its score from 3.5 to 4 stars for its added functionality Logitech's Harmony line of universal remotes has seen major upgrades over the years, and ever since 2014 have been able to control your smart home devices in addition to your home theater.