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Wednesday, 12 August 2009 13:30

Logitech launches a bunch of toys

Written by Fudzilla staff


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Speakers, desktop and remote


Logitech
has announced several new products, including two new portable iPod speakers, a wireless desktop and lovely remote.

The Logitech Rechargeable Speaker S315i and the Logitech Portable Speaker S125i are, as the name implies, sets of portable speakers, and they look rather nice, especially the S315i.

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The S125i on the other hand is a lot more portable, and it will probably be a lot cheaper as well.

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More importantly, Logitech announced a new wireless desktop, and it's quite a looker. The MK 700 features Logitech Incurve keys, an LCD status screen and a very pleasant design. We're just not sure about the gloss, as you'll probably have to have a cloth nearby.

The mouse is pretty much Logitech standard, and like the keyboard it uses 2.4GHz wireless technology. Logitech promises battery life of up to three years for the keyboard and one year for the mouse.

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HTPC freaks will probably find the Harmony 900 remote particularly to their liking. It's based on the old Harmony One, but has a better high res screen, a new UI and an innovative RF system to simplify installation and save you some hassle and cables.

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More here.
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