Logitech Announces Ultrathin Keyboard-Integrated Cover For iPad

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Looking to turn your iPad into a handy netbook? Logitech has you covered with its new ultrathin keyboard case that it announced earlier today. The new case is designed for both the iPad 2 and new iPad, giving you a thin screen protector that also has a built-in keyboard. Similarly to Apple’s Smart Cover case, the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Cover uses a magnetic clip to secure its iPad. According to Logitech, there is no reason to worry about battery life on the keyboard because if you were to use it for about 2 hours a day it would still have enough juice to keep it running for about six months. Not half bad at all, I’d say.

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Logitech Harmony Link Transforms Androids into Universal Remote

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The Harmony Link needs a Wi-Fi network and a free link app for Logitech Harmony before you can actually use it. Good news: if you installed the Harmony Link on an iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad or other Android-based gadgets, you will be able to use the item as a remote control for up to eight home-entertainment appliances. You can save some amount because of this item!

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Logitech Fold-Up Keyboard for iPad 2 targets biz pros on the go

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Logitech has come up with a Fold-Up Keyboard that works in tandem with Apple’s tablet. The core functionality really is no different than any other Bluetooth keyboard. You pair it up with the iPad and start typing away at those documents and e-mails. What makes this product different is its fold-up nature.

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Will anyone need the Logitech HD web cam?

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Logitech’s HD C615 brings true 1080p HD video recording to your PC or Mac computer. If you didn’t have one built in to that old school MacBook Pro or iMac, here’s your chance to get digitized in high-def. The autofocus cam has a compact fold-and-go design which lets you rotate it 360 degrees, fold and go where? I don’t know, since you’ll be tethered to your computer.

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Logitech Lapdesk N600 Adds Multi-Touch With Trackpad Slider

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Most often than not, a laptop ends up resting on your lap. Many laptops become too hot to handle, some researchers are even saying it can reduce the sperm count in men. You could simply use a pillow to support your laptop and create a barrier of separation between the heated computer and the family jewels, or you can buy the Logitech Lapdesk N600.

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Logitech H760 wireless headset has built-in EQ

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A wireless headset from Logitech has been announced today, the H760 is $99.99 and has a built-in equalizer for optimizing sound just the way you like it. I’m a little disappointed that it’s not Bluetooth and uses a 2.4 GHz RF dongle to transmit back and forth to your computer, you are still getting 48 kHz audio and 40 feet range, but I like to complain.

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Logitech Harmony 300 remote is “simple” to configure

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Another device from the “simple” department, today Logitech unveils their Harmony 300 Remote replacing the clutter from your coffee table. I don’t know if it will be easy enough for grandma to configure, but the Harmony 300 does use a web-based setup that supports over 225,000 devices – even to control your iPod in a dock with IR sensor.

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Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 last three years on one set of batteries

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Even though I have a notebook as my primary computer, I still have it set up like a desktop when I’m working from home. I have it connected to an external LCD monitor and I make use of a wireless mouse and keyboard. This means I have to deal with batteries. With the newly announced Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710, that concern won’t come up nearly as often.

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Logitech MK605 Kit Converts Notebook to Desktop

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I haven’t had a desktop as my primary computer for several years now, because I enjoy the greater versatility and portability offered by a notebook. At the same time, I spend the vast majority of my time working from home, so I still want to have a comfortable experience during extended working sessions. That’s where […]

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