The Logitech Premium Notebook Headset was reviewed by Shane McGlaun of I4U and here’s an outline of what I4U found.
First off however, lets run down the specifications on what we’re looking at. The Logitech Premium Notebook Headset is targeted towards the mobile user with compact design, travel kit case and folding headset design. The headset is adjustable for customization and uses surface touching speakers, rather than ear buds like what you get with an iPod. This can be a good or bad thing depending on the weight of the headset, and from the sounds of it, Logitech gets uncomfortable; but read on for that…
What do you get with a three chamber speaker system, three USB ports and small design? That’s right, an AudioHub from Logitech.
In the never ending quest of keeping a tidy workspace, Logitech now combines a speaker system with USB connectivity. Aimed at laptop users the AudioHub does make sense, although it would be nice to see a seven port hub rather than three for the AudioHub…after all, I’ve already got four on my laptop.
Logitech’s AudioHub offers Premium 2.1 digital audio with three chamber design and integrated sub-woofer. With a single connection send juice to the speakers and three USB devices via a single USB cable. Click the mute button to shut off the sound while keeping your USB gadgets powered. Telescoping speakers to accommodate any sized laptop and workspace.
At just $99 is this right for you? The Logitech AudioHub is available October of 2007.
The New LookNuLOOQ from LogiTech is a beautifully designed spin wheel mouse. This type of design has been around for years, yet hasn’t taken off in popularity. Maybe it’s design – maybe it’s an odd device to use – either way LogiTech is making a crack at it.
Here is a great Father’s Day gift.Â A Logitech USB Silver QuickCam Ultra Vision webcam.Â With regular price of $100 and now with a $50 MIR it’s hard to pass up for just $50 bottom-line!Â (Offer available until 6/24/07)Â Never used Google Checkout?Â Then get the Logitech USB cam for less then $40!
As of this post the Logitech QuickCam is Buy.com’s #2 product and has moved up 37,400% in popularity…so people are grabbing these as fast as they can.
Here’s the official sales pitch:Â Enjoy true-to-life video calls with twice the image clarity of conventional webcams, thanks to the precision engineered, 5 element glass lens. QuickCam Ultra Vision uses Logitech RightLight 2 Technology to give you the highest quality image regardless of your lighting, and RightSound for clear, echo-free audio. It’s video calling that truly is true-to-life.
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The Logitech USB MX3200 is a stylish wireless keyboard, loaded with hotkey options and built in LED display features. Our Across-the-Pond friends at Gadget Centre did a nice review and it’s worth a read if you’re shopping for a wireless keyboard.
The Logitech MX3200 is a sleek black HID (human input device) that connects instantly via the secure USB receiver supplied, using Logitech’s SetPoint software to configure a range of hotkeys to work within Windows.
Is this a pair of binoculars or a VoIP speaker phone? Hard to tell at a glance, but yes it’s the new Logitech QuickCall USB Speakerphone for internet calling which delivers premium voice quality in a speakerphone by using a two-microphone array – one on each side of the wing-shaped phone – this will capture
…but what do they sound like? We thought Altec Lansing had something good, well Logitech definitely steps it up with their new ultra portable USB speakers. It appears the V10 Notebook Speakers would be an upgrade to any notebook setup. I for one do all my work on a laptop and these sleek and sexy looking speakers would be a nice addition. The V10s are USB powered and full digital quality audio.
Griffin put something out like this a while backed called the RoadTrip FM transmitter and now Logitech has something for you. It’s an FM transmitter that can play back MP3 or WMA files from your USB device to your FM stereo. I like this configuration much better