Take the Logitech Z600 bluetooth speakers for a drive

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Logitech Z600

One of our favorite topics where at AppleTell is speaker systems. This is partly because we love good music and play loud games, and partly because speakers that once served your computer only can now also be used by your iPhone, iPad, and myriad other devices. Take, for example, the Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 that are compatible with most all Apple devices, and are designed to look the part.

Logitech Z600The wireless Z600 speakers stream music and other audio from your computer, smartphone or tablet. Three devices can be active at the same time, and switching among them is as simple as pressing pause on one and play on another.

Whether you’re listening to music, watching a movie, playing a game or video chatting, the Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 deliver clear, well-defined audio. With 3 drivers in each speaker, this system is engineered to provide superior acoustics for any space.

The controls on the Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 are another integral component of the clean design. The entire top panel of the right speaker is a smooth, responsive touch disc. To dial the volume up or down, simply glide a finger around the edge. The other controls—power, Bluetooth pairing and 3.5 mm input—are hidden discreetly in the back. And because every detail is important, even the power cord has been carefully considered. Specially designed, lay-flat cables run between the speakers and the power adapter, so there’s never an unsightly tangle of wires on your desk, table or countertop.

Because some computers do not permit audio streaming or the device switching Logitech desires, they include a USB transceiver with the Z600s to ensure the best wireless experience with computers. The transceiver also allows you to connect wirelessly to computers that don’t support Bluetooth.

The Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 should arrive in the U.S. and Europe in August 2013, and will run you $149.99. For more information, visit

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