Reviews and Problems with Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus
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Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus Review
13 February 2009
Summary: Logitech Pure-Fi Express Plus' low price of $99.99 makes it well-suited to bargain hunters looking for a simple, affordable iPod speaker for a dorm room, office, den, or desk. It's equally at home anywhere in a room, and it's not bad for a day at the beach either. It's a little chunky, so if you're looking to save space on your desktop, Altec Lansing's Moondance Home is thinner, has a more full-featured alarm, and costs about the same, but it doesn't sound as good.
Pros: Built-in alarm clock, Runs on batteries or AC power, Easy to use, Omnidirectional sound gives more placement options
Cons: No built-in rechargeable battery, iPod/iPhone doesn't charge while speaker runs on battery power, No built-in radio, Remote doesn't navigate iPod