Logitech lifts gate on two new Pure-Fi iPod systems
Details on two released iPod systems from Logitech.
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Logitech has unveiled two new iPod systems today under the Pure-Fi product line.
First is the Pure-Fi Dream Premium Bedroom Music System for iPod which retails for $250. This iPod speakerdock is supposedly designed specifically for the bedroom and includes a number of unique features that we haven't seen in a device like this before. The unit has one-button access to up to six iPod playlists along with convenient shuffle and repeat buttons. In addition, the unit is motion sensitive--perfect for navigating in the dark--with just a wave of your hand, all of the lights come on. You can also snooze an alarm the same way, eliminating the need to fish around for the button.
For a more portable iPod dock solution, the Pure-Fi Anywhere Compact Speaker System has you covered. Retailing for $150, the unit includes a protective carrying case and a rechargeable 10-hour lithium-ion battery.