Last week a Logitech Touch Mouse review came in from Zath in the UK. They tried it out and said “setting up of the Logitech Touch Mouse iPhone App is simple” and “another great feature which is extremely useful though, is the built-in, pop up on-screen keyboard.” For more information on the free app, check out our Touch Mouse post.
Murray Hill at The Star Phoenix is “a big fan of Logitech Harmony universal remotes – I’ve used them for years and have never had a bad experience with one.” He tested out our Harmony 700 Remote and said “I’d heartily recommend buyers have a look at the 700 if they’re in the market for a universal remote.”
Also, if you haven’t already entered to win of the six remaining Logitech Gear Packs in our Winter X GAMES Europe contest, go enter today. You can win a Logitech G9x Laser Gaming Mouse, Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere 2 AND a pair of Logitech Ultimate Ears 700 Noise-Isolating Earphones!
Check out more Logitech coverage below:
- Universal remote available at good value – The Star Phoenix
- Review: Logitech Alto Laptop Stand & Logitech Illuminated Wired USB Keyboard – Fabulously Broke
- Home Is Where The Video Surveillance Is – Investors.com
- Logitech Speaker System Z523 – PC Magazine
- Logitech Touch Mouse iPhone App Review – Zath
- Geek Dad investigates Squeezebox Radio – Wired UK
- Product Review: Logitech’s Z320 Speaker System – 411 Mania
I have heard that the most common complaint to the FCC is the increased volume levels of commercials. When the sound goes up during commercials, I grab the remote and turn the volume down. When the commercials are finished and the program returns, I turn the volume back up. This is an attempt to maintain a comfortable, steady volume level. I have a Radio Shack sound level (decibel) meter to check the volume.
I would like a device that combines the decibel meter and the volume control of the remote with the following features:
It would plug into the wall instead of using batteries.
The maximum volume level could be set to my preference, such as 65db.
The minimum volume level could be set to my preference, such as 60db.
The volume sampling time could be set to my preference, such as 5 seconds.
When the volume goes above the maximum level, it would automatically turn the volume down to the preset maximum.
When the volume goes below the minimum level, it would automatically turn the volume up to the preset minimum.
There might be a large market for an affordable device like this.