Logitech’s Bluetooth Speakers Z600 stream audio wirelessly and can connect to up to three Bluetooth-enabled devices at once, making switching the sound output between the devices easy. Straight out of the box, the Z600 speakers have a great design. Cables sit behind and are flat so they don’t interfere with the cabling on your desk or make a mess on a table. All audio is transmitted wirelessly via Bluetooth. Logitech also includes a Bluetooth transceiver that works specifically for the Z600 for no-installation, no-hassle audio. The plug-and-play USB dongle connects instantly on both Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Connecting additional devices is simple. You can set up multiple devices to be connected at once, and never need to press a button to switch off whichever device is currently active. The Z600 speakers don’t use a subwoofer either, and the two foot-tall satellites project audio with extreme precision. For loud music or for watching movies, the Z600 performs excellently.
For more typical use at the computer, the touch controls on top of the right speaker are pretty intuitive. Circle a finger around the periphery to adjust the volume on the connected device, or tap in the center to activate the speakers. The speakers themselves only have two buttons, a power control and Bluetooth connect button, both on the back of the right speaker. A hidden auxiliary port is also on the back. The Z600 can store up to eight Bluetooth profiles, and up to three can be connected simultaneously.
The Logitech Z600 peripherals are perfectly built for the multi-device generation. They look great on any desk and work with any device. The Z600 speaker systems runs $150, and is the first speaker system we’ve seen, which is made for multiple devices.
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