Logitech Squeezebox Touch tipped; updates to Boom & Duet

Details of a new device in Logitech's distributed audio streamer range have emerged, the Logitech Squeezebox Touch.  A WiFi-connected base-station controller with 4.3-inch color touchscreen and integrated stereo speakers, the Squeezebox Touch can seemingly both integrated with an existing setup as well as be used to access online music and internet radio. 

The Touch supports MP3, FLAC, WAV, AIFF, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, AAC and Apple Lossless, among other formats, together with MP3, Ogg and WMA internet radio streams.  Its WiFi b/g connection supports WEP, WPA and WPA2 encryption, and there's also a 10/100 ethernet port.  A USB host port will allow you to plug in a USB drive, plus there's an SD card slot for loading music and photos that way.

In addition to the onboard speakers there's also a headphone jack, stereo RCA output, digital optical and digital coax outputs.  Logitech have even squeezed an ambient light sensor and proximity sensor into the bezel.  No word on release date or US pricing as yet.

According to Dave Zatz, both the Squeezebox Duet and Squeezebox Boom are also in for an upgrade, though no details on exactly what will change.

[via Zatz Not Funny]