Logitech designers have come up with a new product that makes it easier for people who make presentations using their laptops to transition from using their computers and making presentations.
Get them while they’re on sale! Logitech is taking $100 off the regular price of the Ultimate Ears SuperFi 4 Noise Isolating Earphones, dropping the cost down to a mere $29.99! If you are particular about the sound that comes out of your earphones, then you know just how expensive good earphones can be. This sale is definitely something that you cannot afford to pass up on.
Logitech is one of the more trusted manufacturers out there, and while they may not always have the best products, they do make their customers happy. And just so you know, these earphones have not gotten 100% stellar reviews, but they are better than many other earphones out there – especially for the price that it is going for right now. Â More so, I think that you ought to consider getting these earphones as a secondary pair – not for your everyday use. Â The thing is, I have read a number of reviews which basically say that the earphones were great – until they broke. Â So these earphones may not be able to withstand frequent and heavy use. Â Other than that, you’ll be assured of blocking out noise from your surroundings and enjoying your favorite music.
Technical specs for the Ultimate Ears SuperFi 4 Noise Isolating Earphones:
- Type: In-ear
- Frequency response: 20 Hz-15 kHz
- Impedance: 29 ohms, 1 kHz
- Sensitivity: 105 dB SPL/mW, 1 kHz
- Speaker type: Precision, balanced armature
- Weight: 0.57 ounces (16.1 grams)
- Noise isolation: 26 dB
A note of warning – these earphones are not compatible with the 3rd generation iPod shuffle so if you are thinking of getting these for that mp3 player, forget it.
So how do you get the earphones? Â Visit LogicBuy and apply thisÂ coupon code: superfi4_42611. The deal is valid only till tomorrow, so you have approximately two days to take advantage of it.
We all know that wireless keyboards are pretty neat, except for the fact that they eat their batteries up a little too fast. Well, guess what. Logitech is promising that their Wireless Desktop MK710 keyboard and mouse combo will last for 3 years. On one set of AA batteries. Seriously, just pop in four AA batteries on this baby, and it’ll last three years. I don’t know what sorcery they’ve used to make this keyboard and mouse set, but this is so awesome I’m not even complaining.
From the official press release:
The comfortable, midsize laser mouse delivers smooth tracking on a variety of surfaces and puts control in the palm of your hand. Hyper-fast scrolling lets you fly through long documents or, if you prefer, you can easily shift to precise click-to-click scrolling to navigate lists, slides and image collections. The mouseâ€™s sculpted, right-hand shape guides your hand to a naturally comfortable position and places the three customizable thumb buttons within easy reach, so you can move quickly between Web pages or applications (after downloading of Logitech software).
Logitech Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity delivers the reliability of a cord plus wireless convenience and freedom. Fast data transmission, virtually no delays or dropouts, and 128-bit AES encryption give you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your data is protected moving from keyboard to receiver to computer.
The Logitech Wireless Desktop MK710 will be available at the end of this month and will retail for $99.99
Logitech has today announced two new music game controllers designed for use with music games on the Nintendo Wii.
The Wireless Guitar Controller for Wii is constructed with a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard and metal frets, so it both looks and feels more authentic.
It features a noise-dampening design and fret buttons, plus a touch-sensitive slider on the fret board.
Wires: who needs them? They’re so twentieth century which is why audio equipment manufacturers are embracing Wi-Fi in order to stream music around the home.
Take the latest Squeezebox music players from Logitech, which connect up to Internet radio stations, digital music files stored on PCs, and music subscription services.