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Logitech Wireless Boombox Hands-on [Video]

Logitech Wireless Boombox Hands-on [Video]

The folks at Logitech have been hitting the production mill pretty hard lately with some precision-targeted products that access the gadget collectors everyday needs, and their new Wireless Boombox is no exception. Alternately branded as the "Logitech Wireless Boombox for iPad", this audio blaster has the ability to both input audio via Bluetooth or a simple 3.5 mm aux jack in the back - and yes, a cable to plug in here IS included in the package. We got the opportunity to take a look at this lovely device at the 2011 Pepcom Holiday Spectacular, an event in NYC with devices for us to get our hands-on to the max!

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Logitech unveils Wireless Headset and Boombox for iPad

Logitech unveils Wireless Headset and Boombox for iPad

Logitech launched two new wireless accessories designed to enhance the entertainment experience of the iPad, although both would work just as well for the iPhone and iPod touch. The first is the Logitech Wireless Headset that features a sleek over-the-ear design with a microphone and the second is the Logitech Wireless Boombox for blasting music from your iOS device.

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Logitech unveils Wireless TouchPad for Windows

Logitech unveils Wireless TouchPad for Windows

Logitech has taken a page from Apple by offering its own version of the Magic Trackpad, but designed for Windows PCs. The device is simply called the Logitech Wireless Touchpad and provides a 5-inch multi-touch surface free of any physical buttons. However, its looks are certainly a lot less elegant than its Mac counterpart.

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Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad available for pre-order

Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad available for pre-order

Logitech is huge in the peripheral and accessory market for computers and tablets among the things. The company unveiled a new speaker specifically designed for the iPad not long ago called the Tablet Speaker. Logitech is back with another new accessory specifically for the iPad 2. The new accessory is called the Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard and it also has a case to protect your tablet and props the tablet up for easier viewing.

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Logitech unveils ambidextrous G300 optical gaming mice

Logitech unveils ambidextrous G300 optical gaming mice

If you are, a budget gamer that is in the market for new gaming mouse Logitech has unveiled one that might catch your eye. If you happen to be a lefty, you will really want to give this mouse a look because it is ambidextrous. That is relatively rare from Logitech since most of its gaming mice are for right-handed users only. The new mouse is called the Logitech Gaming Mouse G300.

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Logitech Tablet Speaker for iPad breaks cover

Logitech Tablet Speaker for iPad breaks cover

My daughter loves to watch Netflix on the iPad. This is the reason you can't find any recommendations on my account other than horse movies. She is still very small, there isn't a set of headphone in the house that fit her little head, and the internal speaker "sucks" according to her. What I and anyone else that thinks that the internal speaker leaves a lot to be desired needs is the new Logitech Tablet Speaker for iPad.

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Logitech Unveils New Metal Keyboard Case For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Logitech Unveils New Metal Keyboard Case For Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

Logitech showed off a new tablet accessory for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the form of a keyboard case designed by ZAGG. We've seen plenty of ZAGG accessories before and we've also seen a similar keyboard case designed by the company in partnership with Logitech for the iPad 2. But this new case is crafted to fit perfectly with the Galaxy Tab 10.1 so that it acts as a snug cover for the svelte tablet when not in use.

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Logitech dumps Revue to $99 amid dire Q2: loses $30m and CEO

Logitech dumps Revue to $99 amid dire Q2: loses $30m and CEO

Logitech has reported $30m in losses for Q2 2011 [pdf link], further slashed the price of its Revue Google TV box in a desperate grab at an uninterested public, and lost its CEO who has bowed out amid the company's dreary financial showing. Moving forward, the Revue will be just $99 as Logitech attempts to "remove price as barrier to broad consumer acceptance"; meanwhile, company chairman Guerrino De Luca is resuming his former role as CEO after Gerald P. Quindlen stepped down.

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