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Kensington's gamer-centric USB Power Tip kit is a great solution for juicing up a PSP or Game Boy--we just wish it included an adapter for the DS Lite as well.
The Logitech Z305 is an unobtrusive solution if you're sick of the tinny, enclosed sound from your laptop speakers but don't have room for a five-piece PC speaker set. We recommend this plug-and-play external audio device for its simplicity of operation, low cost, and convenience for use on the run.
With its durable outer shell, multiple connectivity options, and wide range of sound, the Logitech Wireless Speaker Z515 makes a great sidekick for your next backyard barbecue or picnic party. However, if portability isn't your primary concern, you can trade size for sound quality with the Creative D100, another Bluetooth speaker that costs less than the Logitech.
In the sea of affordable, forgettable iPod speakers, the Logitech S715i is a beacon for those who prefer their music to sound great.
The Logitech Z205 USB-powered speakers are an easy, inexpensive tool for mobile music lovers to increase volume levels and enjoy better sound quality on the run.
The Logitech S315i Rechargeable Speaker offers good sound quality in a compact, durable package; it's a solid choice for iPod owners who are constantly on the go.
If you have $300 to blow on an iPod speaker system, the Logitech AudioStation is a strong contender for your money.
The Logitech Z-4 2.1 speakers improve on the lackluster Z-3s in both audio output quality and design.
The new $150 universal remote system swaps a standard clicker for a full-size keyboard, letting you type directly into devices like the Apple TV, Xbox One, PS3, Mac/PC computers, and Roku boxes.
Logitech's first stab at an iOS game controller nails design and feel, but lacks flexibility or extra features.