The big news story for the week is the announcement of the new Logitech lineup of accessories for iPad® and Android™ tablets. As mentioned on this blog, “these new devices will help you make the most of your tablet, no matter how or where you use it.” Included in the line are our wireless tablet keyboard, tablet mouse, and tablet speaker. Ubergizmo, Engadget, Crunchgear and others quickly spread the word about the release and all expressed interest in these products. They hit stores later this month, so stayed tuned tablet users!
Staying on the topic of tablets, UK news source Express and Star included the Logitech Wireless Speaker Z515 as one of their six best tablet accessories. According to the article, “Among the best speaker systems designed with the iPad in mind is this Bluetooth number from Logitech. It’s a sleek, deep bass, stereo sound-delivery machine.” We’re thrill to get such great feedback.
In other news, Australian Lifestyle Tech Guide SmartHouse published a positive review of the Ultimate Ears 200 Noise-Isolating Earphones. They praised the UE 200’s sound quality and called them “perfectly comfortable for long listening sessions”
For these and other Logitech news highlights from the week check out the list below.
- Logitech Outs Logitech outs a pair of keyboard cases, gets into the tablet accessories game – www.engadget.com
- Logitech Plunges into Tablet Accessories Market – www.ubergizmo.com
- Logitech Announces New iPad Products – www.9to5mac.com
- Logitech Announces iPad And Tablet Accessories- www.geeky-gadgets.com
- Six of the Best iPad Accessories – www.expressandstar.com
- Hands on… Logitech Wireless Travel Speaker – www.heraldscotland.com
- Review: Ultimate Ears 200 Wins on Budget But how About the Sound – http://smarthouse.com.au
- Logitech Keyboard Case for iPad 2 Review – www.appletell.com
- Logitech announces Android and Ipad keyboards, mouse and speakers – www.theinquirer.net
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i think this is nice to see iprovements……..