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Logitech Updates Harmony Line, Intros Clip-On Speaker

3/02/2010 10:48:04 AM Eastern

Fremont, Calif. - Logitech has added to its line of Harmony remote
controls with the addition of two new models.

The Harmony 650

Harmony 600 and Harmony 650 remotes are each designed to replace up to five
other remotes, and both feature one-click activity buttons.

The 600
model ($79.99) has a monochrome backlit screen that displays power and volume
commands, while the 650 ($99.99) has a color screen that displays channel icons
as well as commands.

To set up
the remotes, users go to
to download software, eliminating the need to program codes, the company said.
More than 250,000 devices from more than 5,000 brands are reportedly supported.

Betamax to Blu-ray, you can be sure the Logitech Harmony remote can control
virtually any IR home-electronic device," the company said.  

Both are
remotes are scheduled to be available this month.

also introduced its Z205, a lightweight laptop speaker with a clip-on design.
It measures 1.35 inches thick and 2.5 inches tall.

include two high-performance drivers, a built-in amplifier and an acoustically
tuned enclosure. The volume and on/off can be adjusted using buttons on top of
the speaker. It is powered via an included USB cable.

scheduled to be available this month for $39.99.

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