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.

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Logitech CEDIA booth tour