Frankly, we were a tad shocked at just how large Logitech's floor presence actually was, but then again, nearly everything looks sizable once you crawl out of Sanyo's mini-hut
. Nevertheless, Logitech
was out in full force at CEDIA demonstrating its Squeezebox
, MX Air mouse, diNovo Edge keyboard, Harmony
remotes, and the seemingly new Transporter
, which was dubbed "the first audiophile network music player." Moreover, the device packed an AK4396 "Miracle DAC," a rack-mountable design, and support for IR, IP and RS-232 control schemes, and if it's pictures you want, then it's picture you'll get.
Logitech CEDIA booth tour
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