Logitech is a name I have personally come to trust over recent years. I have used many products by them, and have never had anything terrible to say about any of them. It’s evident that they make sure that their products meet high standards, because they do not want to tarnish their well established name.
Over the course of our being online, we have taken a look at Logitech Mice, Keyboards and even a joystick. Today, we are taking a look at something slightly different though, something that’s really beneficial to HTPC users.
I personally have never been into the HTPC scene. I don’t even watch many movies… and I’m not even into the ‘picture slideshow’ thing. After using this set though, I began thinking a little differently, and realized the potential and how much fun there could be in an HTPC. Now if I only had room for such a PC! Before we jump in, here is a quick blurb about Logitech and the S 510.
Logitech designs, manufactures and markets personal peripherals that enable people to effectively work, play, and communicate in the digital world. The company’s products combine essential core technologies, continuing innovation, award-winning industrial design and excellent price performance.
The Logitech Cordless Desktop S 510 Media Remote gives people powerful media control for music and streaming audio, PC navigation and photo viewing. Using LogitechÂ´s advanced 27 MHz wireless technology, the remote has a range of 16 feet. The remote is compatible with todayÂ´s most popular media player applications, including iTunes, Musicmatch, Windows Media Player, and WinAmp. It also comes with Logitech MediaLifeâ„¢ software, a powerful, full-screen interface that brings together all of the music, pictures and video on the PC.
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