Logitech announced the launch of two new accessories that
enhance tablet or smartphone entertainment experience – the Logitech Wireless
Headset and the Logitech Wireless Boombox.
These latest additions to Logitech’s lineup of
tablet-focused accessories helps to extend the entertainment experience you
love on your tablet, throughout your home and on the go.
Consumers are at the heart of all the tablet and
mobile accessories we’re creating,” said Azmat Ali, Logitech vice president of
mobile and tablet products.
We know people love their iPads and Android tablets. One
of the things they do most is use them to enjoy entertainment content whether
that’s watching a movie on Netflix, sharing music, or listening to an audio
book on the go. Our lineup of accessories has an option for everyone that can
make entertainment even more enjoyable,” Ali added.
The Logitech Wireless Headset for iPad, iPhone,
iPod Touch and other Bluetooth devices lets customers roam freely without the
hassle of cords so you can immerse yourself in music, videos, games and calls.
The headset’s laser-tuned drivers produce rich stereo
sound while minimizing distortion. Whether you’re all about FaceTime or phone
calls are more your speed, you’ll be heard clearly thanks to the
noise-canceling microphone that reduces background noise. A six-hour
rechargeable battery (depending on conditions and usage) lets you listen and
chat longer whether you’re hanging at home or you’re on the move.
Use your smartphone or tablet as a touch screen player
and remote control to wirelessly stream stereo audio. Built for iPad, iPhone
and iPod touch, the Logitech Wireless Boombox lets you place your speaker
wherever you want up to 33 feet (10 meters) away from your device, depending on
use, settings and environmental conditions.
Listen for up to six hours straight (depending on
conditions and usage) on the rechargeable battery. Eight custom-designed
drivers separate sound frequencies, so you hear crisp, clear high notes, a
rich, full mid range and deep powerful bass.
Recently, Jabra and Logitech have entered
into a distribution agreement, where Logitech will be offering a number of
select Jabra headsets under the co-branded name “Logitech powered by
From July 2011, Logitech
will sell select Jabra UC headsets to Logitech’s channel partners and business
customers, initially in the North American market. As a second step, later in
the year, the co-branded headsets will be rolled out globally.
By Telecomlead.com Team