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Logitech diNovo Keyboard For Mac

diNovo Keyboard

Mac users, now there is a Logitech diNovo keyboard for you. The cordless peripheral features 2.4 GHz wireless technology, a full size layout, 19 shortcut keys and the company’s PerfectStroke key system and TouchDisc touch-sensitive volume control. With a semi-translucent plexiglass frame, an integrated number pad, and built-in brushed aluminum palm wrest, Logitech promises about a 3 year battery life. The diNovo will be out this month in the U.S. and Europe at a price of $99.99.

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Logitech Premiere Edition Wireless Guitar Controller

Guitar Controller

Logitech has announced their Wireless Guitar Controller, Premiere Edition for the Playstation 2 and 3 Guitar Hero. The neck and quiet fingerboard are made of wood and the frets and tuning peg handles are metal. The device has a 2.4GHz wireless USB receiver and a battery life of “hundreds of hours.” The controller has a range of up to 30 ft. and a bonus gig bag with pockets for accessories is included. Pre-order the nifty device for $249.99 for a December delivery.

 

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Logitech Wireless Vantage Microphone

Vantage MicrophoneLogitech has announced that they have upped their Vantage Microphone (shown here) to make it cordless. They claim 20 hours of battery life, a range of up to 30 feet, and 2.4 GHz technology in its USB receiver that doubles as a mic stand. The device is compatible with Playstation 2 and 3, and Xbox 360. At a price of $79.99, the Vantage should make a December appearance in the U.S. and Europe.

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Logitech Squeezebox Boom

Squeezebox Boom

Logitech has launched their Squeezebox Boom. The all-in-one network music player handles digital sound with an integrated 30W amp, high-performance speakers, and simple set up. Plug it in with no other wires, then use your existing home network, Internet radio, or subscription service. After selecting a password, the Boom will remember it. Expandable to other rooms with additional Squeezeboxes, it also has a 3.5mm headphone jack for privacy. Look for it beginning this September with a $299.99 price tag.

 

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Logitech V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse

Clip-and-Go MouseOne of the reasons that some of us don’t do notebooks is because of the touchpad. Not only is it a pain, the keyboard is too far away. The V550 Nano Cordless Clip-and-Go Laser Mouse for Notebooks helps to solve part of the problem. The receiver is coin-sized and plugs into your notebook’s USB port. It features hyper-fast scrolling and click-to-click mode. Logitech promises 18 months of battery life and, if you forget, it has auto-shutdown when docked. The 2.4 GHz wireless mouse is compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X and comes with 2 docks, a USB extension stand, 2 AA batteries, and dock-removal tool for $59.99.

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Logitech Harmony Remote Software 7.5 released for OS X

Logitech Harmony 7.5 for Mac

A quick update for all you Logitech Harmony users out there on OS X, as the company has released a new version of their software for the Mac platform. The download weighs in at 29 MB, and is officially titles Logitech Harmony Remote Software 7.5. If you are using a Harmony remote with OS X, then this is obviously a recommended update.

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Logitech Cordless Wii Keyboard

Logitech Wii Keyboard

Logitech has unveiled their Cordless Keyboard for Wii. Licensed by Nintendo, it is designed for chatty games and the Wii Internet Channel. At a size of 11.85 x 6.57 x 0.87 inches, the keyboard has special keys such as Zoom In/Out, Forward/Back, and Quit. Plug in the mini-receiver and let the games begin and, when you are done, the receiver snaps into the back of the keyboard. Look for an August debut with a price of $49.99.

 

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Logitech V450 Nano Mouse

Logitech NanoLogitech has unveiled its V450 cordless laser mouse for notebooks. It features their Plug-and-Forget Nano-receiver that goes into your USB for charging and can be stored inside the mouse. It has a laser sensor for smooth tracking, 2.4 GHz wireless tech, auto-turn off, and 12 months of battery life. The ergonomic mouse includes sculpted keys and soft rubber grips, and will be available later this month in the U.S. and in July in Europe for $49.99.

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Logitech SpaceNavigator Notebook Mouse

SpaceNavigator MouseLogitech’s company 3Dconnexion announced the debut of the SpaceNavigator specifically for Notebooks. Mainly intended for travelers and those on the go, the mouse is lightweight with a two-button layout and a cap design that is said to be for more comfort and “more natural interaction.” With the 3D mouse, you lift, press, and turn the cap. Apply more pressure and get a faster motion. The mouse is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux and comes with a handy travel case at a price of $129.99.

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Talk Online Easily With Wireless ClearChat

ClearChatLogitech has unveiled its first wireless headset, created specifically for Internet calls. The ClearChat made its debut today at the CeBit in Germany and allows users to move up to 33 feet from their PC or Mac. If you are in a small place, that means a quick snack or bathroom break without interrupting your call. The VoIP headset has 2.4GHz technology, USB connectivity, a noise-canceling microphone, and stereo so that you can hear clearly while rustling through the fridge. There are also volume and mic mute controls, a padded headband, and plush ear pads. Look for the ClearChat to hit the U.S. and Europe in May with a price of $99.99 (U.S.).

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