Logitech Wins 7 Awards At CES 2010

Posted: Nov 12 2009, 9:31am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:26pm CDT, in News | CES


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CES 2010 is only 2 month and change away, but the conference has already started handing out awards to some of the neatest products created this year. Logitech, maker of all sorts of awesome electronics, has won seven of these CES Innovations awards in 2009. All of these awards were for "excellence in design and engineering", They include;

The Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX: This is a wireless, laser tracking mouse that is made to work over a wide variety of surfaces, including glass and high gloss tables.

Harmony 900 Remote: This universal remote has a full color touchscreen and a hundred foot range of effect. It's made to work on a huge number of home theater devices, and has activity-based controls, which sound sort of like macros for a remote.

Logitech Squeezebox Radio: These are WiFi speakers that use your wireless Internet connection to give them access to Internet radio, the music on your computer network, and services like Pandora, Napster, and Last.fm.

Logitech Squeezebox Touch: This is a set of WiFi speakers with a 4.3" color touchscreen, and the ability to play music through your home stereo system. It can support sampling of 24 bits at 96 kHz,

Ultimate Ears 700 Noise-Isolating Headphones: These are (duh) noise-cancelling headphones that use a dual-armature micro-design to bring two high-fidelity channels to each ear. These headphones are capable of noise-isolation of up to 26 dB.

Logitech Flight System G940: This joystick uses force-feedback technology to let you feel the movement of your ship. It has a dual throttle and rubber pedals with toe-breaks.

Logitech Wireless Guitar Controller: This is a wireless guitar that works for the Wii, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It has a maple neck, rosewood fingerboard, and metal frets. It has a touch sensitive slider. If you're WAY too serious about your Guitar Hero, this is the controller for you.

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