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Logitech includes a handy clamshell carrying case and a remote that can navigate within the iPod's menus. There's also a nicely designed power adapter with a cable management unit.

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The Pure-Fi Anywhere features two sturdy flip-out metal legs, which fold flat for transport and storage.

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At 13 by 3.6 by 1.6 inches and 1.6 pounds, the Pure-Fi Anywhere is on the hefty side for a travel speaker, but its slightly larger size allows for decent bass response and a durable feel.

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Thanks to an auxiliary line-input, these speakers will work just fine with any audio source--you'll just have to provide your own stereo patch cable.

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