Logitech Wants To Help You Get Your Bedroom On

Aug 23rd, 2007 | By | Category: iPod Accessories, Strange

ipod bedroom speakers
Logitech today announced its Pure-Fi Dream Premium Bedroom Music System for iPod, which, according to the company, establishes a new category of iPod speakers for the bedroom.

Here’s what Logitech’s Jef Holove has to say about their new bedroom system: “Though people use their iPods in the bedroom more than anywhere else, until today, a high-quality, iPod bedroom speaker system did not exist….the Pure-Fi Dream will make listening to iPod music in a bedroom a great experience any time of day. And at night, with its innovative light- and motion-sensing technology, as well as its alarm clock, the Pure-Fi Dream is the ideal bedroom system for iPod lovers.”

Here are the details….

iPod bedroom speakers

Light And Motion Sensors

The Pure-Fi Dream offers 3/4-inch tweeters and 3-inch high-power, long-throw woofers. For controlling the Pure-Fi Dream in a dark room, the motion-sensitive, backlighted control buttons automatically light up when a person waves a hand over the top of the speaker; the buttons automatically dim when the person has finished changing the speaker’s settings. The backlighted buttons are designed to make it convenient to set the alarm clock without turning on the light or fumbling in the dark.

The motion-sensing technology also extends to the Snooze function. Instead of hitting a button, one can wave a hand over the Pure-Fi Dream speakers to sleep for a few more minutes. For those who prefer hitting the Snooze button with their hand, the Pure-Fi Dream also offers a prominent button on the top of the system.

Logitech also incorporated light sensors into the display of the Pure-Fi Dream iPod speaker system. The light-sensitive, auto-adjusting display brightens during the day, making it easy to read from across a room. The amber lettering clearly displays the time and date, iPod track information, radio stations and volume settings. And in the evening, when the display automatically dims.
The system offers one-button access to iPod playlists and radio stations. There are 24 separate presets available – six iPod playlists, six AM radio stations and 12 FM radio stations. The speakers also offer dual alarms, providing two settings – one for each partner. The alarm can be set to go off to an iPod track or playlist, radio station, or buzzer.
With the included remote control, you can select your favorite iPod playlists, radio stations, control Volume, skip Forward and Back, Play, Pause, Shuffle or Repeat tracks, and Snooze the alarm from across the room. The remote control’s backlighted buttons make nighttime navigation easy.

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech Pure-Fi Dream is expected to be available in the U.S. beginning in November. The suggested retail price in the U.S. is $249.99.

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