Ultimate Ears take customization to another level with Personal Reference Monitors. Not only can you customize their fit and looks, you’ll also be able to fine tune their output via a tuning box.
The G600 has 12 thumb buttons and has a laser sensor that can track up to 8220dpi. Users can save profiles for both the buttons and the tracking resolution and switch between them on the fly.
Logitech builds upon their first 1080p webcam with the C920, which is capable of streaming 1080p video calls using Skype. Also supports up to 720p streaming on Windows Live Messenger.
The M525 may look like a typical wireless mouse, but it’s got one neat feature – amazingly low power consumption, able to last up to 3 years on two AA batteries. We bet these guys could even power it.
It could be the best mouse yet, with its couch-friendly surface, hyper-fast scrolling, and the best idea yet – it’s only active when you grip it, reducing errors and offering up to 2 year battery life.
The Z506 provides surround sound for your PC, mp3 player, TV or game console at a great price point. $100 gets you a 75-watt (RMS) system with multiple inputs and a dedicated bass control.
We’ve seen a million-and-one webcams, but Logitech’s C910 is the first we’ve found that can capture full 1080p high-def video. Video chats are still 720p, but the recordings go to 1920×1080.
Logitech’s Harmony 650 Remote is only a button-press away from budget at $100; it replaces up to five other remotes and features a color screen and one-click activity buttons.
Logitech’s Wireless Desktop MK710 is in it for the long haul: the keyboard and mouse combo have a three-year battery life and connect via the included 2.4 GHz Unifying receiver.
The Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom Monitors are Logitech’s flagship in-ear monitors; they feature 6 hi-fi speakers in each earphone, a 4-way crossover, and 3 tuned sound channels.
Bring the boom to your boxers with Logitech’s Speaker Lapdesk N700; it’s a quirky combination of ergonomic, air-cooled comfort and integrated stereo speakers for your laptop.
The Logitech Harmony IR Extender System is a boon for anyone who prefers to keep their gadgets out of sight: all you’ll see is a single receiver while controlling multiple A/V devices.
Logitech’s G110 gaming keyboard improves on the G11 in nearly every area: it boasts a slimmer base, a more efficient key layout, backlit red and blue LED keys and a USB hub port.
Logitech further slims down its Lapdesk line with the Portable Lapdesk N315; designed to keep your legs cool, it’s completely flat with an anti-slip top and retractable mouse pad.
Both Logitech’s Squeezebox Radio and Touch use Wi-Fi to stream music from iTunes and internet radio; the former measures just 5″x9″x5″ while the latter sports a 4.3″ touch screen.
Logitech’s Unifying Receiver finally gets playmates: the Performance and Anywhere Mouse MX’s use Darkfield Laser Tracking that can work on nearly any surface including glass.
It’s as close to Monaco as we’ll ever get: Logitech’s G27 Racing Wheel is leather wrapped with dual-motor force feedback, a six-speed shifter, 16 buttons and 900 degrees of rotation.
Logitech’s MK700 Wireless Desktop sounds more like a bed than a keyboard, with concave keys that cradle fingers, a cushioned palm rest and sculpted mouse with 128-bit encryption.
The successor to their 2005 G5 mouse, Logitech’s 10-button G500 Gaming Mouse sports a 165 in/s laser, 200-5700 dpi switching, dual-mode scroll wheel and 27g of adjustable weights.
We’re for efficiency, and Logitech’s tiny Unifying Receiver delivers it six-fold: it’s a 2.4 GHz wireless receiver that’ll connect with up to half a dozen mice, keyboards and other wireless devices.
Logitech’s Webcam Pro 9000 gets a significant update: it can now record in 16:9 720p HD video thanks to a 2 MP sensor (good for 8 MP still shots) and Zeiss optics with autofocus.
Logitech’s Wireless PS3 Drum Controller for Guitar Hero may be pricey, but you’ll get low-latency RF, fully adjustable components, a stainless steel-topped bass pedal and 30 ft range.
Logitech’s M555b is a Bluetooth enabled mouse for notebook users; it features 5 buttons, a 1000 DPI laser sensor, an LED low-battery indicator and hyper-fast, single-spin scrolling.
Logitech’s first force-feedback flight-sim controller, the Flight System G940 includes a joystick with 2-stage metal trigger, a dual throttle, rudder pedals, and a slew of programmable buttons.
At $200, you could get a real guitar in place of Logitech’s new Wireless Guitar; still, for hardcore Rock Band/Guitar Hero players, you can’t beat the $50 price drop over the previous edition.
The Logitech Harmony 1100 uber-universal remote is now up at Newegg; you’ll get a customizable 3.5″ touchscreen, infrared+RF, black aluminum body and support for up to 225k devices.
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