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Logitech Redefines PC Speakers with Z-10 2.0 Speaker System

| Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Sep 5, 2006 12:38 am

Logitech have just extended their speaker lineup with a new 2.0 speaker system dubbed the Z-10. Some of the highlights include built-in touch-sensitive controls with backlight display (which can also show the time, as well as digital-music track info), as well as internet radio preset buttons and other unique features.

 

Unfortunately the press release located over at Hardware Zone doesnt appear to make mention of the rated power output, nor is the official product page up on Logi's website just yet, but keep checking it over the next few days as i'm sure it'll pop up soon.

 



FREMONT, Calif., Aug. 28, 2006 -- Logitech introduced the Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System, the newest member of Logitech´s line of Advanced Peripherals, featuring a groundbreaking design that will change how people think about and use PC speakers. With built-in touch-sensitive controls and a backlighted display that shows digital-music track information, a clock, volume and more, these trophy speakers are meant to be touched and seen - in addition to filling a room with studio-quality sound.

 

"Until now, PC speakers have simply delivered sound," said Jef Holove, Logitech´s vice president of product marketing for audio. "The Z-10 speakers aim to incite more of the senses - sight, touch and sound - with their media display, touch-sensitive controls and premium audio. And beyond that, these speakers are simply stunning, adding a level of design sophistication to their breakthrough digital music capabilities."

 

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