Logitech in the News

This week in Logitech news, CNET  featured the Logitech Harmony 650 Remote in its Sweet Spot Home Theater “roundup of “product that deliver that perfect mix of design, features, performance, and, most importantly, value.” CNET contributor, Matthew Moskovciak called the Logitech Harmony 650 “one of the best buys you can make.”

In audio news, the Logitech Speaker System Z623 was mentioned in an article by The Next Web as one of “8 essentials for every self-respecting geek’s office.” Also this week, CNET’s Declan McCullagh called the Logitech USB H530 Headset a “no-brainer” in his article, Best USB microphones for high-quality Skype audio.

We also launched our line of tablet accessories in Taiwan this week – check out this video to see some highlights from the event.

For more Logitech news highlights from around the globe this week, check out the list below.

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  • Hi
    About the revue
    Finally rectifying the huge mistake of the 299$ price: new technology, not complete by google, and apple and ruku are giving similler products for 100$ and 70$, the 300$ was big mistake anyways At 100$ the revue will start spreding, now there is another big mistake which is the tv webcam that comes with it, it’s a great plus and really will help spread the revue cuz no body likes to wire his pc to his TV anless you buy a mac mini and put it next to the tv, so having a cheap device like the revue next to the tv is the solution and enjoying the great concept of web chat on tv but why it’s not compatible with skype, you have your own logitech servers and people must have an account!!!!!!!!! Why!!!!
    another huge limitation. forget it you will never be like skype or yahoo they spent billions on their systems and are dedicated for the service you want to be in the service industry!!
    make the revue webcam compatable with skype, yahoo and all the apps it will boost the sales of both revue and the webcam
    the next generation of revue should be with ARM proccers to make it even cheaper

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