Logitech’s Z600 Bluetooth Speakers Deliver ‘Premium Design’ and ‘High-Performance Audio’
Posted on July 17, 2013 3:12 PM by Rob Williams
With its just-announced Bluetooth Speakers Z600, Logitech’s looking to give consumers not just a great sounding option for their notebooks, but a great looking one as well. As you can see from the stock photo below, I think the company’s succeeded on at least the looks front, and if our recent review of Logitech’s UE BOOM is anything to go by, the Z600 is likely to sound pretty damned good, too.
While the Z600 could be used with a desktop PC, thanks to the fact that it bundles in a Bluetooth adapter, they’re mainly designed for Apple’s MacBooks or Ultrabooks on the PC side. Sexiness is a major goal here.
To help retain a clean look, both the power cord and the cable that connects the two speakers together are “lay flat” designs, so they’ll reduce the chance of getting tangled, and simply look better than an ordinary rounded cable. The clean design of the Z600 is very reminiscent of an Apple product; there are no visible buttons from the front. To adjust the volume, you can rotate your finger on the touchpad atop the right speaker, like you would on the classic iPod. Power, Bluetooth pairing and 3.5mm auxiliary ports are found in back of the same speaker.
The Z600 set isn’t just limited to a notebook or desktop, as up to three Bluetooth devices can be paired at once; phone or tablets are welcomed.
Speaker wattages aren’t revealed for some reason, but each speaker is comprised of three separate drivers to help deliver a room-filling, rich sound. The Z600 is slated to launch next month, and for a suggested retail price of $149.99 USD.
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