Logitech joins Apple and Microsoft in offering a touch-based mouse.
Photo gallery of the Logitech M600 touch mouse
Logitech's Touch Mouse M600 works well enough, but it's not as ambitious as Apple's and Microsoft's competing touch mice, which means Logitech shouldn't be asking for the same price as its competition.
Steve Sutcliffe from Autocar.co.uk test drives the Noble M600
Altec Lansing's iM600 speaker system offers a compact design, great sound, video output, auxiliary input, remote control, FM radio, and a rechargeable battery rated at seven hours of continuous playback.
For only $150, this compact device provides rich sound and a nice set of features.
Altec Lansing has been in the iPod speaker market longer than anyone, and it shows. The inclusion of a rechargeable battery and an FM radio makes the iM600 incredibly versatile.
The Sony Ericsson M600i is a great little smart phone that's big on style and features. Even though we wish it had a few extra functions and better performance, we still think this is an excellent smart phone for those who want a stylish smart phone in a small package.
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The M600 is the upgraded version of the popular M500 -- this time you get Wi-Fi and EDGE support, so you can browse the Web at your convenience
Touch mice aspire to bridge the gap between old-fashioned cursor-driven PC input and the modern allure of intuitive touch-based mobile devices.