Logitech's latest update to the Logi Circle app has brought a new snapshot feature to its popular HomeKit-equipped Circle 2 camera. The accessory maker is also expanding its premium subscription service for homes with multiple cameras.
Smart home cameras are a somewhat recent addition to the HomeKit ecosystem, coming with iOS 10. Many have pledged support like Ring and August, but only two cameras have come to market with support. We previously went hands-on with the D-Link Omna, and now we have the Logitech Circle 2, which recently had HomeKit support added.
With the introduction of the iPad Pro and the subsequent unveiling of iOS 11, Apple has continually asserted that the iPad is the future of computing.
It has been a slow process getting to where we are now, but due to a few key developments, I chose this past summer to switch from my seasoned 13-inch MacBook Air to the new 12.9-inch iPad Pro for the bulk of my college computing needs.
I have done my best to optimize my workflow to fit this new mode of computing, and I am here today to let you know how this has worked out.
Logitech made waves by putting the first HomeKit programmable button on the market. After spending some time with it, I'm convinced these easy-to-use, addicting buttons will make your smart home even more useful.
I've always been a PC gamer at heart. While consoles appealed to me in my younger years, I've never owned one and instead waged war in Age of Empires II on my Windows Vista (I know, I know) laptop. Although I casually played iOS games for a while, I've never found one that I can consider a "hardcore" game that I would continuously return to for the storyline or multiplayer – the two main reasons I'd consider playing any game.
The essentials of PC gaming begin with a solid monitor and graphics card to push those frames and make your games look incredible. The rest of the experience mainly comes from peripherals – your mouse, keyboard, and headphones – which all help you excel at the game you're playing while enhancing the experience with programmable macros and directional audio. Logitech's G933 Artemus Spectrum wireless gaming headset is perhaps the peripheral that has upped my game the most, as I truly found myself playing considerably better when using these headphones.
The Logitech Create Backlit Keyboard Case for iPad Pro is a great solution for those of you who are heavy typers.
Because this keyboard case, unlike Apple's Smart Keyboard, fully surrounds the iPad Pro when closed, it actually saves you money to go with Logitech's offering over Apple's Smart Keyboard + Silicone Case combo.
Of course, the protection elements offered by the Logitech Create are mere side points to the main questions: How does this keyboard perform for typers? Can I use the Logitech Create to type long-form content, or is it primarily suited for quick text outbursts? How does it fair when attempting to lap type? These are concerns that anyone who's interested in doing real work with the iPad Pro will have.
The Logitech Create Backlit Keyboard Case isn't without a few downsides, but for those of you primarily concerned with having a serviceable keyboard available at all times, it's a very good option that's worthy of your consideration.
Accessory maker Logitech wasted no time launching its Create Backlit Keyboard Case, a folio-style protector for the iPad Pro that offers a full-size keyboard with backlit keys, something Apple's pricey $169 Smart Keyboard case is lambasted for lacking.
Billed as the first third-party keyboard case for Apple's latest tablet, the accessory connects to the iPad Pro's new Smart Connector which offers simultaneous keyboard charging and data transfer, without the need for manual Bluetooth pairing.
Accessory maker Logitech is entering the home security and automation market with a new portable camera designed for home monitoring. They're calling it the Logi Circle and it's both portable and rechargeable.
But don't let its friendly appearance and small footprint fool you, the Circle is no toy. This device packs in advanced features such as 2-way audio and real-time streaming of high-definition video via a companion smartphone app, Smart Filtering technology that automatically marks events you might want to take a closer look at, a 30-second video review of the past 24 hours and more.
Accessory maker Logitech on Wednesday introduced the world to its all-new family of protective case, shell and keyboard cases for Apple's iPad. Called Logi BLOK, the latest accessories offer protection from drops up to six feet high and onto surfaces as hard as concrete. The lineup is comprised of the Logi BLOK Protective Shell, the Logi BLOK Protective Case and the Logi BLOK Protective Keyboard Case.
After announcing a new branding strategy earlier this month, today marks first Logitech products to have been released under the new Logi brand. All three accessories will be available for purchase in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and across select European markets in August.
Until Apple designs a physical keyboard for its tablet line, we will be subject to connecting via third-party cases. Finding one that fits both form and function can be difficult considering how many are on the market today.
Logitech is tops when it comes to cases for the iPad Air 2 and the Type+ is both classy and functional. You can protect your tablet with style and use it for robust typing activities.
The Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse has been at the top of my must-try list ever since it came out. Debuting to glowing reviews, and statements of increased productivity, I had to try this mouse out to see if it would help my workflow on OS X. Does it live up to my high expectations? Check out our review for more details.
Accessory maker Logitech on Wednesday announced a new rugged case for Apple's iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s featuring sleek appearance and offering shock absorption and protection from drops of up to six feet (works out to about 1.8 meters).
In addition, the company introduced the +Trip accessory for mounting an iPhone or just about any other smartphone to your car's air vents. The Protection+ case works with Logitec's new +Drive and +Trip attachments that let you affix your iPhone to a car’s windshield or dashboard using built-in suction cup...