Logitech's CES cavalcade: New Harmony Remote, Squeezebox lead the day

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Logitech just announced five new products including an impressively updated Harmony remote, the One, and a new Squeezebox. Take, for example, this weird thing. The diNovo Mini is a mini keyboard for gamers. It includes a little touchpad and works with most media center PCs. It uses Bluetooth 2.0 to connect to most desktops.

$149.99 in January

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The Harmony One has a touchscreen which allows you to scroll back and forth through devices and activities just by tapping a flat LCD screen. The buttons have been considerably improved as well. It sells in February for $249.99
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The Cordless Desktop MX 5500 uses Bluetooth 2.0 and includes a cordless digital Revolution mouse and has a mini dislay that shows time, date, temperature, a calculator, keystroke counter, and even web favorites.

Available in February for $169.99.

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Need a better Squeezebox to connect to your media? Well, here you go. The new Squeezebox has an LCD screen for scrolling through songs and a little receiver.

$399.99 in January.

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The Logitech Z Cinéma Advanced Surround Sound System — note the accented “e” on Cinema! What class! — has a two SRS speakers and a subwoofer. An included remote lets you tweak audio settings. Available in January for $299.99.

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