Logitech S715i speakers to land next month


THE Logitech S715i speaker for the iPod and iPhone is the latest model in the company’s line of compact speakers that come with a built-in rechargeable battery.

According to Logitech, S715i is able to produce superior sound quality courtesy of its eight custom-designed speaker drivers — two 3in laser-tuned neodymium drivers for a rich mid range, two 0.5in neodymium tweeters for high range and four 2in passive radiators for deep bass.

The speakers also sport a minimal button layout with only two in front to control the power and volume.

The docking station which is located in the middle top uses the Universal Dock Connector so any version of an iPhone or iPod can be plugged directly into it.

Its cover, which protects the docking station from dust when not in use, can also be flipped back to act as a sturdy kickstand.

At the back there is an auxiliary input that lets users connect other portable music players via a standard 3.5mm jack.

Bundled in the package is a wireless remote control that works from up to 10m away. As an added convenience, there is also a travel case with space for the power adapter.

Logitech claims that the S715i is able to operate at up to eight hours on a single charge. It is expected to be locally available next month at a suggested retail price of RM599.

++++ www.logitech.com.my

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