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UE BOOM Bluetooth portable speaker promises 15hrs of social songs

UE BOOM Bluetooth portable speaker promises 15hrs of social songs

Ultimate Ears has launched a new portable speaker, the UE BOOM, which the Logitech-owned audio company claims is no normal Bluetooth gadget but in fact the "first social music player." The cylindrical BOOM can run for up to 15 hours on its internal battery, while the fabric outer skin is waterproof for use poolside.

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Logitech G430 Headset Review

Logitech G430 Headset Review

Logitech has become an icon in the gaming peripheral industry with their G-series line of keyboards, mice, and headsets. The company recently overhauled the G-series by giving it a new look, as well as announcing a slew of new gaming accessories to add to the line. We ended up checking out their new G430 headset -- which is the cream of the crop out of the new line of products they unveiled -- in order to see what kind of boost they can give gamers during the heat of the battle. Is the $80 price tag worth it? Let’s find out.

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Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio borrows Surface RT style for iPad

Logitech FabricSkin Keyboard Folio borrows Surface RT style for iPad

Keyboard cases for the iPad are nothing new, there are plenty of them on the market today. That doesn't mean there isn't room for new offerings that are either easier-to-use, better looking, or more durable. Logitech has unveiled a new keyboard cover called the FabricSkin Keyboard Folio that brings the style of the Microsoft Surface RT to your iPad.

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Logitech Wireless Headset H820e comes equipped with enterprise-grade audio features

Logitech Wireless Headset H820e comes equipped with enterprise-grade audio features

The Logitech Wireless Headset H820e is the next headset in Logitech's arsenal to offer enterprise-grade performance features at an affordable price-point. The H820e is similar to the H650e released last month, minus the cord. It promises up to 10 hours of usage before the user needs to recharge it, and it comes with a variety of features that will allow you to communicate in most work environments.

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Logitech Harmony Ultimate and Smart Control app controls A/V, consoles and Hue

Logitech Harmony Ultimate and Smart Control app controls A/V, consoles and Hue

Logitech has outed a new pair of universal remotes, one physical and one for your smartphone, and throwing in the ability to control Philips hue lights too. The Logitech Harmony Ultimate is a $350 slab of do-it-all remote, complete with both a touchscreen and physical keys, and which can control A/V kit in cupboards thanks to an IR repeater along with Bluetooth-enabled consoles. Those who can't keep their phone out of their hand, however, might prefer the cheaper Harmony Smart Control bundle, which combines a comprehensive remote app for iOS and Android along with a more straightforward physical remote for others to use when your phone isn't around.

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Logitech announces Keyboard Folio for iPads

Logitech announces Keyboard Folio for iPads

Logitech has just announced it next line-up of keyboards designed for Apple's iPad and iPad Mini. The new keyboard will take the typing experience that users loved from Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and "add an extra layer of protection." The new Keyboard Folio will protect your iPad while also offering you a typing experience that transcends that of the iPad's on-screen keyboard.

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Logitech announces new line of PC peripherals with new “G” brand

Logitech announces new line of PC peripherals with new “G” brand

After making themselves clear back in January about their intentions to not exit the PC peripheral business, Logitech is back to prove that point. They've ended up rebranding their "G" lineup of PC gaming peripherals and accessories by announcing a slew of new toys, including new mice, keyboards, and headsets.

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Logitech announces layoffs in order to focus on mobile business

Logitech announces layoffs in order to focus on mobile business

Logitech has announced today that it will be laying off 140 jobs, which is about 5% of the company's total workforce. The company says that the layoffs are a result of a shift in focus to their mobile business, as well as "improving profitability in PC-related products and enhancing global operational efficiencies."

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Logitech unveils new Webcam C930e aimed at business users

Logitech unveils new Webcam C930e aimed at business users

Logitech offers all sorts of products that are geared more towards business users than consumers. One of the most common products the company makes specifically for business users are certain types of webcams. Logitech has unveiled a new webcam for business users today called the Logitech Webcam C930e.

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Logitech unveils Ultrathin Keyboard mini for iPad mini

Logitech unveils Ultrathin Keyboard mini for iPad mini

If you own an iPad mini and are interested in a keyboard sized exactly for the miniature tablet, Logitech has a new offering you might be interested in. The tablet is called the Ultrathin Keyboard mini and is up for pre-order right now for $79.99. It's not clear when exactly the tablet will ship.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: January 24, 2013

Welcome to Thursday evening everyone. Today we heard Samsung might sell as many as 10 million Galaxy S IV handsets after the device launches, which is supposedly happening later this year. We also heard J.J. Abrams might direct the next Star Wars movie, despite the fact that he said he wouldn't in an interview last year. Microsoft delivered its financial report for Q2 2013 today, posting $6.38 billion in profit, while AT&T's own reported showed a net loss of $3.9 billion. Samsung Display said today that it has produced 300 million OLED panels, and ABI Research is predicting that 145 million tablets will be shipped in 2013.

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Logitech makes itself clear: “We are NOT exiting PC gaming”

Logitech makes itself clear: “We are NOT exiting PC gaming”

Last night, Logitech reported their Q3 2012 earnings, and things didn't look so good. The company reported an operating loss of $180 million with sales down 14% from last year. As a result, Logitech announced quite a few changes coming to its product lineup, including the dismantling of its console gaming peripherals. However, CEO Bracken Darrell clarified that the Harmony business is not shutting down, but will rather be put up for sale. The company also noted that they're still focused on PC peripherals, such as the G-series line of gaming keyboards and mice.

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