Logitech in the News

This week in Logitech in the news, the Logitech Harmony Touch was featured in a “Gadgets for the Home Theater” segment on Digits, The Wall Street Journal’s online technology blog that delivers breaking news and insights about the technology landscape. Journalist Simon Constable and gadget expert Andrew Felix showcased the Harmony Touch as a great addition to your home theater, chosen for its lightweight, rechargeable and customizable characteristics. Simon also added that the Harmony Touch saves you from scrolling and clicking through many channels that may otherwise be in your way with other remotes.

On the tablet accessories front, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini received praise from WIRED Geekdad blogger, Dave Banks. Compared side-by-side with the Belkin Portable Keyboard Case for mini, Logitech was chosen as the winner because of its size, layout and design. TUAW: The Unofficial Apple Weblog also posted a review on the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini, where the author recommended the device for anyone who wants “a good keyboard” for the iPad mini.

Furthermore, the Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard was featured in popular Czech gaming magazine, LEVEL, as well as being featured alongside the Logitech G600 MMO Gaming Mouse in Dutch gaming magazine, PC Gameplay.

Finally, on the music front, the Logitech UE 900s received praise in Germany’s quarterly magazine, Connect iOS, noting the excellent sound quality produced from the earphones. In the U.S., Good Housekeeping posted a giveaway of the Logitech UE Mobile Boombox this week. Ten lucky winners will be chosen and entries run through April 4. Click here to enter!

A few additional highlights from this week include:


  • Hi,
    I’m looking for the Logitec Ultrathin Keyboard for Mini iPad in Portuguese (Portugal) and I still haven’t found.
    I called yesterday for some support number in Portugal and they told me that it was not produced in Portuguese (Portugal) version.

    I find it hard to believe so I’m sending this online support request to confirm this information.
    If it was a mistake, do you have info about when and where can I buy it?
    Thank you in advance
    Best regards
    Nuno Maruny

    • We appreciate your interest in the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini. Unfortunately, we do not have an update on a Portuguese version. Please continue to check back for any such updates.

    • Hi Luis, We appreciate your interest in the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini. Unfortunately, we do not have an update on a Portuguese version. Please continue to check back for any such updates.

  • Hi, I have just (yesterday, 20th. March 2013) purchased the Harmony Touch Remote. I love it! I read reviews before buying & people said it’s difficult to set up. Nonsense, it was a doddle! (Easy). But I have just one small niggle. I have set up two activities for watching tv. One is just using the tv & my satellite box/pvr & the other one is for the same things I just mentioned, plus using my amp for sound instead of the tv. Apparently, you can only set up ‘favourites’ on one activity. (An awfully nice lady on your phone support line, told me this). As every time I select a favourite tv channel while using the amp, the amp turns off! This is incredibly frustrating & as she also told me that a fix might occur at some time in the future, I am keeping my fingers crossed & hoping that any such fix might come sooner rather than later!

    • We’re glad to know that the setup was easy for you, Gilbert. We encourage you to check back in the future for such updates and please do not hesitate to reach out to us regarding your Harmony Touch Remote. We’re happy to help.

  • When can I expect the mini ipad keyboard in portuguese?
    Is it possible to write in Portuguese (ç ;ã;õ; etc.) in a scandinavian keyboard?
    I live in Norway and found a keyboard for scandinavian languages, I thought that it would be one in portuguese, but did not find it. I hope to tease you about it, considering that it is an official language in countries belonging to Europe, Asia, and fast growing economies in Africa and South America.

    “According to estimates by UNESCO, Portuguese and Spanish are the fastest-growing European languages after English and the language has, according to the newspaper The Portugal News publishing data given from UNESCO, the highest potential for growth as an international language in southern Africa and South America.[54] The Portuguese-speaking African countries are expected to have a combined population of 83 million by 2050. In total, the Portuguese-speaking countries will have about 400 million people by the same year.[54]”


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