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Logitec Introduces Blazing Fast 5Ghz Wireless Router in Japan

Logitec Introduces Blazing Fast 5Ghz Wireless Router in Japan

If it is speed you are looking for, better start packing for Japan. Logitec has just announced a new Wireless LAN router, the LAN-WH450N/GR with speeds we can only dream of here in the US. The router is set to be released sometime in April, and boasts download speeds of 450Mbps. And no, that is not a propeller on the top.

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Squeezebox Controller app for Android pits Logitech against Sonos again

Squeezebox Controller app for Android pits Logitech against Sonos again

First Sonos, now Logitech has turned to Android smartphones and tablets as a cost-effective way of adding multiple remote controls to its multi-room streaming audio system. A free download in the Android Market, the Logitech Squeezebox Controller app for Android allows all of a user's playback zones to be managed, including catalog search, internet radio streaming and album art display.

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Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z906 pack 500W of THX-certified audio

Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z906 pack 500W of THX-certified audio

Logitech has outed its latest 5.1 speaker system, the Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z906, complete with THX certification and onboard 5.1 digital decoding. The multibox setup packs a 500W RMS amp pushing five 67W channels to the surround speakers and a further 165W to the subwoofer.

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EFO Wireless Google TV keyboard/remote ideal for Logitech Revue

EFO Wireless Google TV keyboard/remote ideal for Logitech Revue

We were reasonably impressed by Logitech's Revue when we reviewed the Google TV STB last year, but one of our main concerns was how living room friendly the standard wireless keyboard remote was. Logitech will happily sell you its mini controller, but at $129 it's a whole lot more expensive than EFO's wireless Google TV keyboard.

Video demo after the cut

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F-1 converter lets Xbox 360 gamers use Logitech racing wheels

F-1 converter lets Xbox 360 gamers use Logitech racing wheels

I am a big fan of PC gaming and stick to the computer for the most part. For me the best thing to play on the console is driving games and I prefer titles on the PS3 so I can use my racing seat and Logitech G27 racing wheel. There are some cool racing games on the Xbox 360 as well, but I refuse to drive without my G27.

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The Daily Slash: January 25 2011

The Daily Slash: January 25 2011

First of all today you've got to get your eyeballs out, your ears screwed in tight, and you mouse clickers greased up as we're releasing the hounds - Android Community Total Revamp Coming Soon! Next, get ANGRY as we give a thumbs down to everyone's favorite Bird Tossing Game. Behold Motorola XOOM in all it's professional advertisement glory. Check out a concept smartphone that runs both Windows Phone 7 and Android via cartridge loading. Get your hands on an iPad tyPad case and see how it stands up. Get your Pope on with an official decree on Internet Togetherness and Social Networks. Get your dancing boots out and tie em up tight as Will.i.am is named Director of Creative Innovation for Intel. Double check to make sure your dots and slashes are in order as Notion Ink Adam’s email app code origins come into question. Crank some kinetic power into your Android via Ben Heck. Finally, get your eyeballs and your hearts out as Vincent Nguyen and his little pal Android review the Motorola CLIQ 2. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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The Daily Slash: January 24 2011

The Daily Slash: January 24 2011

Without giving away the whole surprise, we've got some big things in store for you readers over the next few weeks. New voices, free stuff, a whole new look for one of our outlets, and a variety of mini-updates you're going to flip over. Today we're bringing you a wild assortment of updates from all corners of the tech world, most of which are previews of devices you've almost certainly already got your eye on. Behold the coming of the next generation - stick with us as we cover it.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 24 2011

Let's start this fine Monday with a launch straight into space: once with an Android Device, another time with a Samsung balloon full of paper planes. Next lets get back to Earth with the continuation of the 3D wave with some Tegra 2 3D Chips that'll be popping up this spring. Grab a big fat update to ADW Launcher EX with several new docks and fixes. Next order of business, Florian Mueller's been found bunked out - who is he? He's the guy who found a bunch of Oracle codes in Android's open source code, saying the suit against Android has total footing -doesn't appear that way any more. Then remember that $10K iTunes gift card prize for the 10 billionth app downloaded? The mother of the girl who won it hung up on the "you won" call. Check out a column by Don Reisinger by the name of Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced, and another column by Tim Bajarin called Techies can be Foodies Too Finally, make sure you're not getting had - you probably don't need AOL anymore. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up.

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Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced

Dear Logitech: The Revue Is Overpriced

I’m a firm believer in Google TV. I think the platform has more promise than any other software running on set-top boxes today. With the right vision and some fulfilment on promises Google has made in the past, I think it’s quite possible for the company’s platform to entirely change the way we enjoy entertainment in the living room.

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The Daily Slash: January 21 2011

The Daily Slash: January 21 2011

First order of business, we need a writer! Take a peek at the SlashGear Tech Writer Wanted! post and pass it on if you know someone slick! And make sure they or you are as dedicated to writing as this man is to Verizon, because that's what SlashGear loves! There is one thing SlashGear doesn't love though, and that's lawsuits - Android Faces Massive Lawsuit at Hands of Oracle and Verizon Files for Appeal on Net Neutrality Light - nasty stuff. On a lovelier note, Angry Birds Valentine's Day Edition was announced today! And do you love updates? How about updates to your beloved Nexus S, Nexus One, and Samsung Vibrant? All the updates in the world today, and MORE here on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 21 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: January 21 2011

What's that I hear on the horizon? Is it Google TV? Take a peek as apps begin separating into touchscreen and non-touchscreen groups to prep for the oncoming. See then another oncoming wave with a wait is almost up advertisement for Verizon's Apple team-up, while Sub-$100 Android and $10 data plan as T-Mobile attempt to take on the iPhone churn. See the future as UMTS Forum predicts a billion connected devices by 2016. Then what's that? You're not in the mood for smartphones or apps? Perhaps you'd like to take a peek at a human-sized holocube, or maybe some lovely Navy Free Electron lasers? All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Logitech Couch Mouse M515 sets sights on your sofa

Logitech Couch Mouse M515 sets sights on your sofa

Logitech has outed its latest wireless mouse, the Logitech Couch Mouse M515, and as the name suggests it's intended for the living room. Unlike many mice, which have a recessed nook where the laser lives, the M515 has a smooth, sealed base that Logitech says is to avoid picking up fluff and crumbs when you're sofa-surfing. It also has easy-glide pads for swift navigation on fabric.

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