Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Video
Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Jasmine France, Senior associate editor for CNET.com and I'm here today with the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile. Now this is Logitech's first foray into the Bluetooth speaker market and I think they do a pretty good job of it. This is a really compact speaker as you can see it's probably one of their smallest to date that's a portable speaker. As I've noted it is a Bluetooth speaker and it has stereo Bluetooth streaming capabilities, so you can connect it to your music cell phones that has that capability or something like the Samsung P2 MP3 player is perfect for it. It can also act as a speaker phone for your cellphone. It has a mike built-in. You don't have to have a Bluetooth player or a Bluetooth cell phone to use it. On the back here you have auxilary line input, so you can really use it with any audio source. There's also miniUSB, you can connect it to your computer and pull power and music directly from your computer just via USB. It comes with a fair array of accessories, you get a travel case that's padded, kind of handy. There's also this wall wire power adaptor, the USB cable that you would need and also the 3.5 mm mail-to-mail audio adaptor for using other audio sources. Some other handy features about this, it has a built-in legs in the back that you can flip out. Some tactile controls on the top here, you have Call, Answer and End buttons, and there's also a Mute button and a Power button, as well as the Source button, which is also used for Bluetooth pairing and some volume keys. Quite an easy process for these speakers which we always like to see. These are 150, they're not cheap speakers, but considering all the features, that's you know, it's a reasonable value for a Bluetooth if you have a Bluetooth player. Sound quality is fairly reasonable for speakers of this size although you don't get a lot of bass response. They do get really loud and actually there's no distortion at high volumes, which is pretty impressive for a samll speaker set. I'm Jasmine France and this has been the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile. ^M00:01:50 [ Muisc ]
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