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The gyroscopic mouse finally gets a mainstream makeover with the Logitech MX Air, aimed at Media Center users.
The Alto notebook stand is a creative attempt to make using a laptop at a desk more comfortable, but due to a few design issues we can't recommend it for everybody.
We like the highly customizable Logitech Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser, but we found its overly sensitive quick-launch buttons really annoying.
The Logitech AudioStation Express is a smartly designed iPod speaker that will make a worthy addition to your desk or nightstand, but those who like to blast the tunes should look elsewhere.
Southpaws are no longer left out with the full-featured, contoured Logitech MX610 left-hand laser cordless mouse.
Thanks to its sharp design, it's easy to imagine this keyboard in the living room or in any high-visibility area. We only wish its touch-sensitive features were more responsive, which especially stings considering the price. If you're willing to accept a $200 keyboard with a few minor flaws, we recommend it.
Logitech's Z-10 speakers are exceedingly stylish, sound great and are tightly integrated with most Windows-based software audio players.
The Logitech ChillStream's cooling fan may not be very useful, but the controller is still superbly designed and will grow more useful as more Games for Windows titles are released in 2007 and beyond.
Despite the hit-and-miss nature of its VoIP-related buttons, the Logitech EasyCall Desktop is first-rate hardware for Internet callers, thanks to the stellar call quality of the included speakerphone.
Pricey input devices often feel more like luxuries than necessities. Logitech's new Cordless Desktop MX3200 Laser set not only has public safety in mind, with its cleanliness-inducing surface treatment, it also looks great and is loaded with features. Not all of them are useful, but none are offensive. Recommended for high-traffic PCs.