It won’t rock any foundations, but the Mobile Boombox is a fine portable proposition
Best speaker dock £200-£350, Awards 2012. Logitech’s AirPlay-toting speaker dock sounds the business
Best speaker dock up to £200, Awards 2012. Good sound quality, built-in battery and compatible with non-Apple portables – what's not to like?
Following hard on the heels of the nifty Squeezebox Duet, Logitech's Squeezebox Touch is a neat way to create a multiroom system
The Harmony 700 has plenty to offer, but controls just six devices while older models can handle many more
Logitech's latest addition into the Squeezebox range is a versatile and easy to use way of getting web-based music and media
In this updated version of the Pure-Fi Express, Logitech's got the sound just right, but we've concerns about your iPod's positioning
Logitech's Harmony 1100 is an effective, intuitive universal remote, but it all comes at a hefty price
Best universal remote, Awards 2011. Another stylish remote from the Harmony range, not as slick as the 1000, but at half the price it's top value
The mm50 impressed us enormously when it first came out, and despite being superseded by the Pure-Fi Anywhere, it's still worth looking for a bargain
The Logitech Pure-Fi Anytwhere 2 is still a comfortable class-leader and now it’s iPhone friendly, too. A superb buy
Distinctive rectangular design, in sleek brushed aluminium, superb functionality, the impressive Harmony range just got even better.
It only costs fifty quid, so don't expect the Earth to move when you play your music, but for lazing in the bath with tunes, it's the perfect accompan
Despite packing what sounds like a floor-shaking 80 watts of power, this iPod speaker dock doesn't have what it takes to produce a convincing presenta
Another solid performer from the Harmony range, but does a colour screen really make it £50 better than the Harmony 555?
£230 is a lot of money for a handset, but if it means you can control your kit from anywhere maybe it's worth it...
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