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iPad 2 Cygnett Platform vs Logitech Fold-up Keyboard vs Speck HandyShell

iPad 2 Cygnett Platform vs Logitech Fold-up Keyboard vs Speck HandyShell

There's a war going on out there no iPad is safe from, and its the manufacturers of cases, stands, and skins that are the weapons. Today we've got a three-way war going on between Cygnett, Logitech, and Speck, each of them with an option for you to keep your iPad 2 standing up and off your lap! The Cygnett Universal Tablet Stand is unreleased while the other two options, the Logitech Fold-up Keyboard and the Speck HandyShell are out and about right as we speak - let's see which one stands up to the rest and takes the test the best!

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Logitech to offer new webcam tech for business users

Logitech to offer new webcam tech for business users

Logitech has announced that it is set to offer up some new technology for webcams that will make them work better for the business users out there. The new tech is intended to help the business world accelerate the adoption of videoconferencing and Unified Communications (UC) in the enterprise. According to Logitech, one of the reasons, UC failed in some enterprise situations was poor video quality and implementation issues.

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Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech Cube makes mouse square

Logitech has revealed its latest mouse, the Logitech Cube, and it seems someone in the peripheral company's design has been left with nothing but a ruler to design it. A palm-sized box doubling as a mouse and a wireless presentation controller, automatically switching between the two when you lift it off the desk, the Cube's entire top surface is a touch-sensitive scroll pad.

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SlingPlayer for Logitech Revue Google TV STB officially released

SlingPlayer for Logitech Revue Google TV STB officially released

Sling has released SlingPlayer for the Logitech Revue, allowing all owners of the Google TV set-top box to access its media streaming app and placeshift content locally or remotely. Announced back in July - and opened up for a closed beta at the same time - the app requires a Slingbox SOLO or Slingbox PRO-HD as well as a minimum of a 600 Kbps connection if you're content with standard definition video.

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