This week, Logitech announced the Z533 Multimedia Speaker System, a home audio speaker designed to deliver the highest quality audio performance, and the availability of the Logitech Harmony Home Hub Extender, allowing Logitech Harmony users to control certain ZigBee and Z-Wave devices. Read on to learn more about these new offerings.
BetaNews, Canadian Reviewer and Ubergizmo shared news of the Logitech z533 Multimedia Speakers. Tyler Lee of Ubergizmo stated, “It features a 2.1 setup with a subwoofer with 2.25-inch full range drivers, so it should be able to pack quite a punch.”
A number of technology websites, including 9to5Toys, CNET and SlashGear, featured news of the availability of the Logitech Harmony Home Hub Extender. Rachel Cericola ofElectronic House mentioned that Logitech Harmony users looking to add more connected devices to their home should “think about adding the Harmony Hub Extender.”
Following last week’s introduction of the Logi Circle, Glenn McDonald of Discovery News praised the portable home connection camera’s ability to give users the “chance to time travel in the comfort of their own homes.” Thanks to the Day Briefs feature, users receive 30-second time lapse videos of the day’s highlights.
Joel Mathis of Macworld also included the Logi Circle in a weekly slideshow titled, “The Week in iOS Accessories.” He called the device a “really cool nanny-cam” that provides clear video, even in the dark.
Gieson Cacho at San Jose Mercury News positively reviewed the Logitech G920 Driving Force, stating that “for racing game fans, it’s definitely a peripheral worth investing in.” He praised the wheel’s solid and luxurious build.
Jeana Tahnk of Cool Mom Tech raved about the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard, calling it a “must-have accessory” for multi-taskers. Jeana stated that she uses the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard alongside her iPad in the kitchen, allowing her to help her kids with homework, search for recipes and respond to emails.
The Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse was featured in an on-air technology segment on FOX 11 in Tucson, Arizona this week. Tech expert Andy Taylor mentioned that the mouse solves multi-system issues and is “worth every dollar.”