Highlights from the 2015 Geneva Motor Show


Logitech’s Squeezebox Duet network music system

January 15, 2008 Logitech’s Squeezebox Duet network music system integrates home audio by allowing users to access Internet radio, online subscription services and their personal music library, wirelessly, through any speaker system in their house without switching on a computer.  Read More

AudioHub speaker system

September 13, 2007 Long entrenched as the focal point of working life for many people, laptops are increasingly expanding their role to become a hub for personal entertainment with new solutions to accommodate this functionality emerging on a daily basis. This AudioHub Notebook Speaker System from Logitech combines a unique 2.1 one-piece speaker system and three integrated hi-speed USB ports in a compact design at just three and a half inches in height that's designed to fit neatly behind most notebooks.  Read More

Pure-Fi Dream

August 18, 2007 Logitech have unveiled two new iPod speakers - one designed specifically for the bedroom and the second aimed at iPod portability. The iPod Pure-Fi Dream speakers for the bedroom are designed as a replacement of the conventional alarm clock and incorporate innovative functions such as motion and light sensing technology that allow you to access the "Snooze" feature with a simple wave of the hand.  Read More

Logitech VX Nano cordless mouse

July 26, 2007 With a growing number of laptop users abandoning the touch pad in favor of a cordless notebook mouse, the bulky and often intrusive USB receivers required for these devices have become an issue. In response to this problem Logitech have introduced the "plug and forget" VX Nano cordless notebook mouse which has the world’s smallest USB receiver. The unit is small enough that it sits nearly flush with any notebook (protruding just 8 mm from the edge) and can remain plugged in and ready to use at all times, eliminating the need to constantly remove it when in transit.  Read More

MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse

July 13, 2007 As part of a shift towards navigation devices that cater for the new digital media era where computers and home entertainment converge, Logitech have released a laser mouse that works in the air like a television remote as well as on the desk. The MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse incorporates several different motion sensing and wireless technologies that enable the mouse to be held in any orientation and pointed in any direction, facilitating intuitive “flick of the wrist” cursor control and distinguishing between intentional and unintentional hand movements so that an involuntary shake wont result in stopping playback by accident.  Read More

Logitech Interactive 2.0 PC Speaker System with built-in display, and touch-sensitive cont...

September 1, 2006 Logitech’s new US$150 Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System represents an interesting new design for PC speakers. With built-in touch-sensitive controls and a backlit display that shows digital-music track information, a clock, volume and more, these trophy speakers are meant to be touched and seen -- in addition to filling a room with studio-quality sound. By putting touch-sensitive controls on the face of the Z-10 speakers, Logitech has eliminated the need for people to toggle between applications to control their music on their computer monitor.  Read More

Logitech announces new mice with hyper-fast scrolling

August 24, 2006 It just might be a major breakthrough in PC navigation, though we won’t know until we’ve tried it but the claim is credible. Logitech has announced two advanced mice that it claims will significantly speed the task of finding and manipulating content on a computer. Both mice feature hyper-fast scrolling with a an alloy wheel – the MicroGear Precision Scroll Wheel – that spins freely for up to seven seconds, spanning hundreds of pages with a single flick of the finger and setting a new benchmark in scrolling efficiency. Computer navigation with these mice is also enhanced with an innovative search feature that allows the selection of a word or phrase on a Web page or in a document and, with a single click, the viewing of Internet search results on that subject. And with their ergonomic designs, the new mice offer a level of comfort that makes them become a virtually imperceptible extension of the hand.  Read More

Logitech ChillStream Controller with built-in fan

August 23, 2006 Logitech yesterday unveiled a new game controller with an innovative built-in fan-based cooling system, designed to keep the hands of gamers cool and dry even during intense competition. The USD$40 Logitech ChillStream controller for PC is a standard-size controller with a built-in 40 mm fan that circulates up to 3.41 cubic feet of air every minute, while generating very little noise.  Read More

The Logitech EasyCall Desktop combines speakerphone, headset, mouse and keyboard

August 18, 2006 As convergence progresses and we see more functionality shoehorned into the one box, the interfaces to the box will logically grow in number. With the introduction of voice-over-IP services and the growth of broadband, it’s logical that different people will want the VOIP interface they’re most comfortable with and that’s why Logitech has developed the EasyCall Desktop - the first combination of a mouse, keyboard, headset and speakerphone. With integrated controls for placing and accepting calls, EasyCall Desktop makes the process of making, accepting and controlling Internet calls on the PC more like using a mobile or traditional phone.  Read More

Logitech Wireless DJ Music System - US$250 plus $80 a room

August 9, 2006 In keeping with its history of introducing cutting edge computer peripherals (such as the first cordless mouse, trackball etcetera), Swiss-based Logitech has unveiled a wireless DJ Music System, which makes it easy to stream digital music from a PC to any stereo system or powered speakers and control it all from the long-range Wireless DJ remote. The system plays any PC audio format, including MP3, iTunes (AAC), WMA, Internet radio and podcasts and the Wireless DJ remote with its display and scroll wheel, makes it easy to navigate an entire music collection from anywhere in the home. According to a recent worldwide survey, 40 percent of online households play music on their PC and 33 percent listen to Internet radio streams. However, less than 10 percent of these people are playing this music through their stereo. Existing solutions that bridge this divide are complex to set up, support only a limited number of music formats, or are priced out of reach for most consumers. That’s about to change as the Logitech Wireless DJ Music System will be available next month for US$250 with additional Wireless Music System Add-On Receivers going for US$80 each (one per room to a total of four).  Read More

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