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Logitech Pure-Fi Elite review

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 Tested at £200.00

What Hi-Fi? Verdict

You can do better for £200

Pros

  • +

    Good-looking and feature-heavy

Cons

  • -

    Unconvincing sonic delivery

The Logitech Pure-Fi Elite, if not the most ‘world-changing' design ever, is still a looker. But like the Apple iPod Hi-Fi, it has woolly bass, confused midrange and poor timing. And a built-in radio can only do so much to compensate for the sonic shortcomings.

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