Logitech Introduces Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker System
Logitech today announced the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system. If you have a mobile phone that uses Bluetooth wireless technology with the Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP) profile, you can stream stereo audio through the compact Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system – up to 33 feet away from your phone. And thanks to the 2-inch high-excursion drivers and dual 2-inch pressure drivers, your mobile-phone music will fill your home, your car or your office with articulate bass and smooth treble.
You can also use Pure-Fi Mobile as a wireless speakerphone. It features two built-in mics – one to pick up vocal nuances and the other to monitor and block unwanted background noise. And you won't need to even pick up the phone – the call-answer and call-end controls on the top of the speakers let you accept or end calls.
The compact, one-piece speaker system comes with a protective case that can also carry charging cables. So you don't unexpectedly lose power, the rechargeable batteries give you approximately 12 hours of playing time as well as a battery-life indicator. If the batteries run low, you can use the included power adaptor or mini-USB cable.
Naturally, Pure-Fi Mobile can also be paired via Bluetooth or connected via a 3.5mm jack with a PC, iPod or other MP3 player.
The Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speakers are expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning in June. The suggested retail price in the U.S. is $149.99.
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