Logitech Is a One Stop Holiday Shop

If you are looking to get your holiday shopping done quickly and easily check out Logitech and Ultimate Ears’ offerings. If you want to be sure your loved will appreciate the gift you give them –that’s right –check out Logitech and Ultimate Ears’ offerings. There’s something for pretty much everyone on your list this year.

The company offers a wide range of products, from Bluetooth speakers, to powerful universal remotes to… home monitoring video cameras with a twist. Here’s a quick look at a few of the gifts you can purchase for others… or for yourself.

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Harmony Elite Universal Remote

At $349.99, the Harmony Elite is a splurge gift for the person who can make use of an advanced universal remote to control their media and smart home. The most powerful and intuitive Harmony remote for home entertainment and home control. With this truly advanced control system you can impact your entire home. With it you can:

  • Change channels, adjust volume, fast-forward, or rewind using gestures on the bright 2.4” touchscreen.
  • Easily find the right button, even in the dark, with motion-activated, backlit controls.
  • Keep your eyes on your entertainment, not your remote, with vibration feedback.
  • Customize the dedicated media playback, cable/satellite, and DVR controls to your preferences.
  • Control and adjust smart home devices with dedicated controls.

Great for media control, the Harmony Elite can also work with Philips Hue and LIFX lights, August smart locks, Nest thermostats, Honeywell thermostats and more. It connects to SmartThingsSM, INSTEON, and IFTTT smart home platforms, and is compatible with advanced home entertainment devices like Apple TV, Roku, and Sonos. Then there is the connection it can make to game consoles such as Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and Wii. Yes, this one system can replace up to fifteen home entertainment remotes.

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Other tricks it offers include:

  • Launch multi-device activities with just one touch.
  • Adjust volume, change channels and control movies and shows with on-screen gestures.
  • Jump directly to your favorite shows with up to 50 customizable channel Favorites.
  • Check the status of connected devices like lights or locks—even when away from home.

It works with over 270,000 compatible home entertainment devices from more than 6,000 brands, can control devices from behind closed cabinets and inside doors and lets you either control devices directly, according to custom schedules, or in response to sensors. It is a smart device for a smart home. Learn more here.

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The Logitech Circle

The Logitech Circle is a Logitech take on the video camera for not only monitoring your home but keeping in touch with family (and pets) when you are away. It’s small, tough, and packed with features. Better still, it’s relatively easy to set up and use.

With Circle, you’ll never miss your favorite people, pets and moments at home. Your home life is happening. Enjoy every incredible moment.

With the free app you get 24 hours of video storage for free and subscription options and App features are coming soon.

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The camera features Bluetooth, WiFi 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz and 802.11 n 5.0GHz, has an HD Camera with a rechargeable battery and ships with a charging ring with a 10 foot USB cable. In addition, the camera comes with a USB power adapter and magnetic wall mounting hardware. Featuring push notifications so you will know when something is happening at home send to smart device when something’s happening at home, 135 degree wide angle viewing, an 8x zoom on live and recorded footage and two way voice communication, the Circle is a great way to be at home even when you are not. Check out the $199.99 Circle out here.

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In a world where all tablet cases are starting to look the same the BLOK case stands out. It integrates a protective shell with Logitech’s unique any-angle stand and cover. Thanks to the design it offers the ability to view your tablet comfortably along a 50-degree angle thanks to a stay-in-place hinge.

On a plane, in the kitchen, while relaxing, there are times when holding your iPad isn’t convenient. That’s when BLOK Case can help.

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The BLOK Case is designed to protect an iPad from six-foot drops onto concrete. This is, in part, achieved thanks to square corners that absorb the force of a drop so the iPad doesn’t have to. Add in the fact that the protective cover is liquid repellent nd you have a cool looking case that is ready for someone who makes serious use of their iPad. Check out the $69.99 case here.

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The UE Roll

I reviewed the UE Roll a number of months ago and was absolutely blown away by the small circular speaker. It is easy to slip into a back pocket, but has unbelievably huge sound. In fact, the sound is so loud that you won’t believe it’s coming from the speaker that small. Better still it sounds great. It has other features that make it stand out such as the fact that it’s waterproof, can be controlled from a free app, and it has a built in bungee that allows you to hang it. Seriously, I love this speaker.


Perhaps best of all, this small, brightly colored, great sounding speaker is priced quite nicely at just $99.99. You can read my full review here.

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And here’s my review of the UE Boom.. And a video look at the UE MegaBoom.

I’m a fan of Logitech’s products, and you will be too!

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About the Author

Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.