Logitech has taken the wraps off a new accessory designed to make the iPad mini even more attractive.
We've seen plenty of waterproof keyboards before, but never one that could withstand gobs of virtually any substance. Logitech's K310 keyboard can be lathered up, washed and left out to dry with no damage to its functionality whatsoever.
The Logitech Revue was the main piece of hardware available for the initial Google TV rollout. It didn't do well. It did so poorly, in fact, that Logitech won't be making a followup Google TV device.
Have we met before? If Logitech's Wireless Touchpad looks familiar, that's because it is. It's the Windows/PC version of Apple's mouse-killing Magic Trackpad — only fatter, cheaper and made with more plastic.
Did you hear the one about Google TV being a complete dismal disappointment and utter failure? No? Well, Logitech, the product's biggest supporter since launch says that returns for its Google TV Revue box are through the roof. Looks like Google TV is doing way worse than Apple's AppleTV hobby.
Google TV promises to finally, completely, really, once and for all unite Internet video and what most people think of as "TV" into one seamless interface. The first Google TV product, unveiled today, is the Logitech Revue. It looks pretty much the same as a host of other so-called media receivers, but works differently, and in some pretty impressive ways.
If you don't want to buy a whole new TV to enjoy Google TV, this Logitech box will let you hook up to the new Google goodness in no time. The Logitech Google TV Companion is pleasingly small, and connects via an HDMI port and network connection to bring you Google's upcoming enhanced interface for viewing Internet TV.
You might not need a shiny, rounded and elegant touchscreen network music player that connects to the world via Wi-Fi or Ethernet. But once you lay your hands on the Squeezebox Touch, you'll probably want one. Like an upscale Chumby,...
Just when you thought Google had stretched itself out to all corners of the tech world, the company finds a new arena to do battle in: the budding Internet TV industry. There are already Internet-enabled television sets and set-top boxes...
Want some nice headphones? I mean some really nice headphones? Well, the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro headphones are pretty insane, as one would expect for $1,350. What do you get for your hard earned cash? Well, each earbud features a...