Excerpt: With little fanfare Logitech has released a Mk2 version of its Award-winning £80 iPod dock. The big difference is that it's now ‘works with iPhone'-certified. The previous 'Tech needed to be switched to ‘Airplane' mode to avoid electrical interference, which didn't let you receive calls. The hard carry case is now a softer bag but elsewhere, much is the same. The speaker dock still cuts a sharp appearance and feels solidly built.
Pros: Stylish, portable design, simple to use and with remote, excellent, even-handed, room-filling sound
Cons: No video outputs, should that be a concern for you
Excerpt: Speaker docks come in all shapes and sizes, some are big and sound amazing, others are big yet don’t sound nearly as good. The Pure-Fi Anywhere 2 is one of the smaller ones I have seen yet manages somehow to be one of the better sounding ones I’ve heard. That combined with awesome features and an onboard lithium-ion battery, make this one of the best I’ve seen! I’ve owed Logitech products before, one of which was a set of computer speakers that I was very happy with.
Summary: We’re a sucker for a good iPod dock – after all, we see a lot of bad ones. So we started salivating when we heard Logitech had released a new version of its sterling £100 Pure-Fi Anywhere. The key difference is that this one is ‘works with iPhone’ certified; the old model needed the iPhone to be switched to ‘Airplane’ mode, which doesn’t allow you to receive calls, in order to avoid phone electrical interference.