The GoodThe Logitech mm32's lack of an iPod dock and its flexible design make it easy to pair with just about any MP3 player; has a small, neat-looking cylindrical design and includes a handy carrying case; can be powered with the included AC adapter or batteries; affordable.
The BadNo unique features to speak of; no remote.
The Bottom LineFrequent travelers who want to release their music from the confines of an MP3 player should seriously consider the Logitech mm32.
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Editors' Note: The rating on this review has been lowered from 7.0 to 6.7 due to changes in the competitive marketplace.
Logitech is no stranger to the world of iPod accessories and the company is usually successful in its attempts. The small, cylindrical mm32 portable speaker set is no exception. The affordable ($79.99) unit is certainly designed with the iPod in mind, but what makes it perhaps the most appealing is its flexibility in accommodating other MP3 players.