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Logitech to launch wireless iPod headphones in July

Logitech today introduced its new Wireless Headphones for iPod, which will work from up to 30-feet away. “Wireless headphones unleash people from their music player and remove the nuisance of cords,” said Ray Weikel, director of product marketing for Logitech’s Audio Business Unit. “No more untangling those earbuds when you pull your iPod out of the bag, or managing the cords while trying to enjoy your music.

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Logitech posts record quarter results

Peripheral maker Logitech, best known for its mice and trackballs, today reported its sixth consecutive year of record sales and profitability, finishing with the best fourth-quarter performance in the Company’s history. For the company’s fourth fiscal quarter, ended March 31, 2004, sales were US$347 million, up 15 percent from $302 million for the same quarter one year ago.

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Logitech debuts cordless optical mouse for laptops

Logitech today introduced a cordless mouse designed for mobile computer users — the Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks. This new addition to the Logitech family of cordless products connects with the PC using an ultra-slim, key-sized USB receiver. In addition, the new mouse uses Logitech’s “Fast RF” Cordless technology operating at 27MHz, enabling the mouse to be used up to six feet away.

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Logitech debuts new line of mice

Logitech today introduced the Click! family of mice, giving consumers a broad choice of style, color and functionality at affordable price points. The Click!, Cordless Click! and Cordless Click! Plus should start appearing at retailers this month and are also available from the company’s Web site, with prices ranging from US$24.95 to $49.95.

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Logitech Dual Action Pad coming this summer

Logitech today announced that its Dual Action Pad, previewed last week at the E3 tradeshow, will be available on retail shelves this summer. However, pricing is not yet available. “The lightweight design features two rubber-capped analog joysticks that provide total control with a silky smooth 360-degree motion, while an eight way D-pad allows for precise movements within a game.

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Logitech announces force feedback support for Mac OS X

Logitech officially announced today that its force feedback joysticks, steering wheels, and vibration feedback gamepads will be supported by Mac OS X 10.2.3. Current Logitech products that will be supported on the Macintosh platform include the Logitech MOMO Racing wheel and WingMan Formula Force GP racing wheel, WingMan RumblePad and WingMan Cordless RumblePad gamepads and the WingMan Strike Force 3D and WingMan Force 3D joysticks.

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