Logitech announces S315i and S125i iPod speakers

Logitech announces the S315i and S125i portable speakers, made for the iPod and iPhone.

Photo of the Logitech S125i portable speaker.
The Logitech S125i isn't going to knock you out of your seat, but at around $69, it's a nice, light, and portable speaker to keep in a kitchen or bedroom. Donald Bell/CNET

Need a new little iPod speaker to take around the house, but don't want to spend a ton of money? Logitech is looking out for you with two new portable iPod speaker systems that are light on features but strike a nice balance of design and price.

Of the two speakers, the biggest and baddest is the S315i, an iPhone- and iPod-compatible system with a built-in rechargeable battery capable of 20 hours of continuous playback. The speaker measures around 11 inches wide, 5 inches tall, and 2 inches deep, and includes an integrated kickstand on the back that folds down flat for easy storage. The S315i should be hitting store shelves later this month with a retail price of $129.

The baby of the bunch is the S125i, a little mouse of a speaker that measures 8 inches wide, 3.2 inches deep, and 3.5 inches high. The speaker isn't iPhone-certified, but it will work with your iPod or any audio source you feel like routing in over the 3.5mm aux input. The S125i is powered by 4 AA batteries (rated for 10 hours of use) or an included adapter. You can pick one up in September for $69 list.

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Donald Bell has spent more than five years as a CNET senior editor, reviewing everything from MP3 players to the first three generations of the Apple iPad. He currently devotes his time to producing How To content for CNET, as well as weekly episodes of CNET's Top 5 video series.

 

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