Logitech was well prepared and equipped for this year’s CES with their various accessories. Logitech had displays of their wireless keyboards, wireless mice, HD webcams, harmony remotes, and head phones, which were recently released and highly popular on hand. Logitech’s biggest focuses this year was their Logitech Revue with Google TV and their newest wireless keyboard, the Logitech Keyboard Controller.
The Logitech Revue with Google TV is the a digital media receiver that integrates personal media, DVR recordings, and various web content into a single search engine on HDTVs. The Logitech Harmony remotes can be used to control everything integrated by the Revue. The Revue can also be controlled by various Logitech keyboards. It seems that more integration with the Revue will be implemented in all future products.
The Logitech Keyboard Controller is, seemingly, the successor of the Logitech PlayStation 3 Cordless MediaBoard Pro, except much lighter, thinner, and more portable. If it’s anything like the its predecessor, the Keyboard Controller will be a highly responsive media keyboard that can be used for both computers and gaming consoles. Unfortunately, due to how crowded the booth and the demos for the Keyboard Controller spots were, I was unable to try out this new keyboard first hand. I do, however, have pictures of the keyboard on display!
Logitech also designed new earphones, called the Ultimate Ear, specially designed to protect the users hearing as well as provide confortability. The Ultimate Ear is also designed to keep great sound quality and also block out outside noises from interfering with enjoyment of music. These new earphones are designed to be universal for any type of MP3 or music player. The Ultimate Ear can range from $20 to $400 in price depending on model with the $400 model obviously being the best and most high end model. Logitech continues to impress with their line of accessories as we begin 2011 so we can only look forward to even better products to come.
Below are various pictures of Logitech’s various products on display.