New speaker encourages music on the move
4 February 2009 — 5:00 PM
With a number of the latest phones coming equipped with music players and wireless connectivity, a new speaker system could be of interest to some.
Logitech announced the launch of its latest audio unit that can connect to devices from up to 33 feet away using Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP) technology.
The manufacturer's Pure-Fi Mobile system also comes with integrated stereophonic sound and a call-answer feature.
Subrotah Biswas, Logitech's manager for India and southern Asia, said: "Millions of people now use a mobile phone to listen to music. If you're one of those people, now you can toss your earphones aside and pump up the volume."
He added the Pure-Fi was ideal for those who like to play their music outdoors, but was also great for "hanging out at home" with.
A2DP technology is incorporated into a number of the latest phones - including the Google Android-powered T Mobile G1.
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