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Logitech Introduces New Multimedia Speaker System with Space-Saving Design and Loud Bass
The Logitech Multimedia Speakers Z213 Feature Excellent Acoustics and Rich Sound in a Smart Package
NEWARK, Calif. — June 11, 2014 — Today Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) introduced the Logitech® Multimedia Speakers Z213, a new 2.1 multimedia speaker system with two satellite speakers and a dedicated subwoofer. This system is designed with rich bass that brings your music, movies and games to life.
“The Logitech Multimedia Speakers Z213 are for people who want great sound quality without breaking their budget,” said Lloyd Trinidad EMEA Category Marketing Manager - Multimedia Speakers at Logitech. “With this 2.1 speaker system, you also get a setup that doesn’t compromise valuable space on your desktop or in your living room.”
In addition to its compact size, the Logitech Multimedia Speakers Z213 system is designed to work with a wide range of audio devices, including Windows® and Mac OS® computers, tablets, smartphones and MP3 players. The speaker system has a down-firing subwoofer with a four-inch driver that provides bass that lets you feel the beat of your favorite music, movies or games, and a knob in the back of the subwoofer lets you easily adjust the bass level. The wired control pod makes it easy to turn the system on and off and adjust the volume. If you want to listen to music in total privacy, just plug your stereo headphones into the 3.5mm-compatible headphone jack, which is conveniently built into the control pod.
The Logitech Multimedia Speakers Z213 system is also compatible with the Logitech® Bluetooth® Audio Adapter. Simply connect the adapter to your speaker system and you can enjoy music from any of your devices that use Bluetooth.
Pricing and AvailabilityThe Logitech Multimedia Speakers Z213 is expected to be available in EMEA in June 2014, for a suggested retail price of €29.99. For more information, please visit www.logitech.com.
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