Logitech

  • Logitech Revue Rooted, Full Access To File System Available


    The Logitech Revue has been out for a few months now and it’s already been cracked wide open. The new hack allows “root” access, thereby allowing anyone to load their own apps into the box and have access to the full filesystem. The bad news? You need a soldering iron. Read More

  • Our Favorite Things: Logitech Harmony Remotes



    Logitech Harmony Remotes
    MSRP: $40 – $399
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    Good For: People with multiple AV devices, each with their own remote
    Not for: Luddites OEM remotes are little demons, set to hassle owners and confuse guests. They’re horrible and not one is worthy of its space on this earth. They get exorbitantly more painful when another one finds its way into the livingroom and joins… Read More

  • Review: Logitech Z515 Wireless Speaker System


    Short version: Simple, convenient, and sounds decent, but reception issues might limit its utility for you. Read More

  • AU Optronics Unveils A Solar Touch Keyboard

    Move aside Logitech, there’s another solar keyboard in town. Earlier this week, Logitech introduced the K750, an $80 wireless, solar-powered keyboard made of recyclable plastic and billed as the world’s first solar keyboard. The K750 may be first but it certainly won’t be the last. This Wednesday, Taiwan’s AU Optronics released details on its own solar keyboard solution… Read More

  • Logitech K750 Is The World's First Solar Keyboard

    Ah, mother sun: you give us maize, you give us warmth, and in the summer you give us just a little color, not too much, just maybe a little around the shoulders so we look like we went outside. Now you can charge our keyboards! The $80 Logitech K750 is the first solar keyboard built of fully recyclable plastic. The device has a set of solar panels along the top edge and even includes a luxmeter… Read More

  • Inside the Logitech Revue


    Our buddies at iFixIt have torn down the Logitech Revue Google TV box and found what amounts to be a mini computer powered by an Intel Atom CE4150 1.2 GHz processor. Oddly enough, for a device with no storage space, it contains 5GB of NAND flash. Read More

  • Logitech CEO: (Sorry Cisco) $600 For Video Calls Is Too Expensive – TCTV

    I know we’re not technically in a recession and Americans love their electronics— especially those that start with the letter “i”— but as a whole, electronic retailers need a reality check, or a swift kick to the gut. On Wednesday, CrunchGear’s Devin Coldewey and I dropped by two product announcements, one for Cisco’s purportedly consumer-friendly ūmi… Read More

  • CEO Jerry Quindlen on Logitech Revue and Cisco's Umi

    Logitech CEO: (Sorry Cisco) $600 For Video Calls Is Too Expensive – TCTV

    I know we’re not technically in a recession and Americans love their electronics— especially those that start with the letter “i”— but as a whole, electronic retailers need a reality check, or a swift kick to the gut. On Wednesday, CrunchGear’s Devin Coldewey and I dropped by two product announcements, one for Cisco’s purportedly consumer-friendly ūmi… Read More

  • Am I Blind, Or Am I Just Not ‘Seeing’ What's So Great About Google TV?

    You can’t see it, but I’m tapping out over here. Why? Because for the life of me I cannot understand the hype surrounding Google TV (and by extension, the Logitech Revue and other, similar items). It’s not that I’m anti-Google TV—that would be silly—it’s just that I don’t “get it,” for lack of a better phrase. Read More

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