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DisplayLink may not have the rampant following you probably thought it would when it was originally introduced, but we'd credit much of the indifference to the inability of most adapters to hit the magical 1080p mark. Up until now, most USB-to-DVI dongles couldn't support resolutions higher than UX

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It's part PS2 Slim, part AspireRevo. And according to Logitec, the LAN-W300N/R is the company's thinnest 802.11n router ever. Measuring just 7 millimeters thick at its thinnest and 24 millimeters thin at its thickest, this ultra-glossy wireless router packs a pair of inbuilt antennas, four LAN port

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There's no shortage of microphones for one's iPod, but Logitec is looking to earn the business of those still on the hunt with its LIC-iREC01. Put simply, this dock connector appendage is said to work on \"all generations of iPods\" (with dock connectors, obviously), and provides a built-in stereo mi

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If you need TV, we mean need it so much that you ache for its lack, then this is the device for you. The Logitec LDT-1S30X4U has a pair of Japanese mobile 1Seg tuners for watching and recording two channels simultaneously on your PC. Daisy chain in another tuner and you've got 4x programs pumping i

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Personal voice recorders simply aren't likely to start up any serious controversy anytime soon, but Logitec's latest spin on taping audio just might raise a few hairs. The LIC-TRA056SD is a \"private telephone recorder\" that plugs right into your home phone and captures conversations conveniently on

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You won't have any difficulty convincing us that the iPod speaker system niche is entirely oversaturated with copycat offerings, but apparently, that message isn't fazing Logitec. The company has announced a whopping six new speaker docks for various Apple players, including the LDS-Xi900BK 2.1 sys

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The best part of a Bluetooth headset should be its lack of wires, right? Not so if you're building the buds for Japan's Logitec. The LBT-HS200C2 Bluetooth 1.2 headset brings plenty of tether to your untethered stereo audio experience. At least that blocky slab supports A2DP stereo, AVRCP remote con

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The Harmony line for Logitech has continued to please, and based on the reviews of the latest addition to the family, the 1000 is no different. The reviews raved about the performance for the price and we can see why: $499 for a touch screen remote certainly sets it apart from its competitors. Remot

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It might look pretty OEM-a-riffic, and Logitec seems pretty branding shy on this thing as well, but all the same we're kind of intrigued by this departure from the usual peripheral fare for Logitec. The new Core 2 Duo LN-14W laptop from Logitec is a BTO number, even down to your choice of six diffe

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Logic Japan has busted out a couple of new monitors for those who prefer to keep things more modest, announcing matching 19 and 17-inch models set for release later this month. Both feature a 2 mm thick slice of a specialized hardened glass, which supposedly reduces glare and improves contrast, as w

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We admit, we do get a tad creeped out when a manufacturer dubs a hardcore, tough looking product \"precious,\" but considering how dear the data that's on your Precious LHD-PHAU2 hard drive is likely to be to you, we guess the name fits the bill. This stainless steel clad drive comes in 80GB, 120GB,

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If you've been tempted by Panasonic's new HDC-DX1 AVCHD camcorder seen heading our way, then check this DVD drive from Japan's Logitec (no, not Logitech). The LDR-PMC8U2 is said to be \"an industry first\" to slot load those 8-cm mini-DVDs used by Panny's 3CCD recorder. It also supports standard form

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If you're looking to snag one of those externally bootable eSATA drives, but don't want to sacrifice that increasingly necessary USB 2.0 connectivity, Logitec has five new drives to fit the bill, regardless of storage space needed. Boasting a sleek, silver / black enclosure and a \"silent\" (read: fan

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Logitec, the h-free variety, has revealed the existence of a new and delightfully named LAN-WSPH01WH Skype handset with a particularly Sony Ericsson-esque design. The candybar handset is rocking a 1.8-inch screen along with WPA2 capable WiFi: for added convenience, Logitec has also made it so the ph

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Japanese manufacturer Logitec (the h-less one) looks to be catering to more style-conscious media junkies with its latest external hard drives, available in two different models coming in 250, 300, 400, and 500GB varieties (all 7,200 RPM). The black model sports what Logitec calls an \"i-Dial,\" whic

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The Logitec LBD-A2FU2/WM Blu-ray burner for Macs & PCs has unfortunately been delayed again until mid-August, but they've shown off the box for the external edition and announced it will ship with Roxio's Toast 7 Titanium. All the delays should give you sufficient time to scrape together the $1

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Japanese manufacturer Logitec -- who, as we found out the hard way, is in no way related to the American Swiss firm Logitech -- has just announced a colorful set of in-car DAPs that plug directly into your vehicle's lighter socket. What's more, the MP3- and WMA-capable LAT-FM300U includes both a bu

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As you've probably noticed, the Photoshopping skills around here aren't what you'd call top-notch, so we're thinking that maybe attaching Logitec's upcoming USB touchscreen to our monitor might help us give you the realistic product mock-ups and goofy photo-illustrations that you deserve. Coming in

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