Logitech has introduced the Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system in the US. With this latest system, users can stream music stored in the mobile phone with the help of Bluetooth wireless technology having Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP) profile.
Users can listen to music from their phones from a distance of as much as 33 feet away. While the 2-inch high-excursion drivers and dual 2-inch pressure drivers can fill the users’ homes, car or office with music.
“Millions of people now use a mobile phone to listen to music. If you’re one of those people, now you can toss your ear buds aside and pump up the volume,” said Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech’s audio business unit. “So when you’re at a party, at the park, or just hanging out at home, your mobile-phone music will always sound great when you use the Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system.”
As the system gets connected to the mobile phone, users can also use Pure-Fi Mobile as a wireless speakerphone. The two built-in mics are also incorporated in the system. One of them picks up vocal nuances, the other monitors and blocks unwanted background noise.
Users can even carry Pure-Fi Mobile with them. It easily fits in the suitcase or backpack. Moreover, rechargeable batteries offer approximately 12 hours of playing time. Users can also try playing music through included power adaptor or mini-USB cable if the battery runs low.
Not only mobile phones, but the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speaker can also stream music from PC, iPod or other MP3 player with the help of a built-in 3.5 mm audio jack connectivity.
Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker System will be available in the US market from June at $149.99.