Kensington Unveils iPad Lock, But Logitech Just Wants to Rock

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Another week, another bunch of new tablet accessories…Logitech Wireless Headset

Logitech, the company that brought tablet owners the Logitech Joystick, which we are currently reviewing, has just announced two new products, the Logitech Wireless Headset and the Wireless Boombox. The headset, compatible with the iPad and other Bluetooth devices, will have a six-hour rechargeable battery and will feature a noise-canceling microphone, according to the company. Logitech claims the headset will allow users to roam freely while listening to music, playing games and making calls. The boombox, built for the iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, will allow users to place their speakers up to 33 feet away from their device. Logitech promises the boombox’s rechargeable battery will last up to six hours and the eight custom-designed drivers will separate sound frequencies, resulting in an enhanced listening experience. 

Both accessories are expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe beginning this month, while the headset is set to retail for $69.99, the boombox will cost $179.99. 

For iPad 2 owners who wish to secure their slates, Kensington has introduced two versions of the SecureBack case, both bundled with a ClickSafe lock and cable. The SecureBack K39308 will be a Logitech Wireless Boomboxthree-piece plastic construction with an adjustable slider bar to allow access to the ClickSafe lock, according to Kensington. The case will still provide full access to all iPad 2 controls, ports, buttons and cameras, and will retail for $49.99. The SecureBack with 2-way Stand K39310 will be similar to the K39308 model but will offer a two-way extendable stand, allowing for viewing in landscape and portrait mode. This model will sell for $59.99.

Kensington SecureBack Case with ClickSafe LockBoth security cases will be offered with the ClickSafe Lock bundled in, with the K39309 package set to sell for $79.99 and the two-way stand K39311 set will retail for $89.99. The SecureBack line of products is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com, Kensington.com and other major retailers. 

 

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