Logitech today announced the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system which transforms a low-fidelity mobile-phone audio into high-fidelity, stereophonic sound, totally wirelessly, using Bluetooth with A2DP technology.
Any mobile phone that uses Bluetooth wireless technology with the Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP) profile can stream hi-fidelity stereo audio through the compact Pure-Fi Mobile speaker system, up to 33 feet away from the mobile phone.
The Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker system can also be used as a wireless speakerphone. It features two built-in dual mic system â€“ one to pick up vocal nuances and the other to monitor and block unwanted background noise.
In addition, the call-answer and call-end controls on the top of the Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile speakers allows accepting and ending the voice calls received.
Company claims that the Logitech Pure-Fi mobile speakers feature 2-inches-high excursion drivers and dual 2-inches pressure drivers that could fill spaces like home, car, or office with some nice bass and smooth treble by means of the music playing through your mobile phone.
Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker System
The compact, one-piece Logitech Pure-Fi mobile speaker system comes with a protective case that can also carry charging cables. The rechargeable batteries which comes with the system give approximately 12 hours of playing time as well as a battery-life indicator. The batteries can be recharged using the included power adaptor or mini-USB cable.
The Logitech Pure-Fi Mobile Speaker system, which should be available in June 2008, can also be attached to a standard desktop PC or laptop, iPod, or any other MP3 player via Bluetooth or the built-in 3.5 mm audio jack.