Logitech Announces Bluetooth Devices
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Hot on the heels of Apple's recent announcement of Bluetooth-powered devices, peripheral maker Logitech has announced its own lineup of Bluetooth devices. The two products featured in its press release include the Logitech MX 900 Bluetooth Optical Mouse and the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth.
The MX 900 features an advanced optical sensor as well as a recharging cradle that doubles as a Bluetooth hub. The Desktop MX keyboatd comes coupled with a Bluetooth optical mouse and features several media hotkeys. Both devices come with the following features:
The Desktop MX keyboard bundle carries a suggested price of $179.95, while the MX 900 mouse is listed at $99.95. More information on both products, as well as on Bluetooth technology in general, can be found at Logitech's site.
Logitech - Logitech Transforms the PC into a Wireless Hub for Bluetooth Devices
- Wirelessly synchronizing information (e.g., address book, calendar) stored on a mobile phone or PDA with a desktop PC.
- Managing Short Message Service (SMS) text messages directly from your PC with the bundled Logitech Mobile Phone Suite for Bluetooth. The onscreen SMS notification feature keeps continuous communications simple by providing the ability to use the PC to respond to messages sent to the mobile phone.
- Enabling you to wirelessly download pictures taken from a camera-equipped, Bluetooth mobile phone to a PC.
- Using a Bluetooth wireless headset, such as the new Logitech Mobile Bluetooth Headset, with the PC. A Bluetooth wireless headset with the PC allows people to use voice with instant messenger applications, listen to streaming audio or converse using a voice-over-IP application - with a wireless range of 30 feet from the PC.
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