Summary: My boyfriend had bought the Logitech N700 and he was extremely happy with it. So I decided to buy the Logitech N550 to use it with my netbook. If I had never seen how a N700 works I think I would now be more less happy with my purchase but since I know better I am not exactly thrilled about the...
Summary: If you want decent speakers, then for the cost this product is not bad. However, I agree with a previous reviewer that if you use this on your lap as designed, then things are going to get hot!
Summary: My only point of comparison for laptop desks with built-in speakers is the Philips Cushionspeaker, which is better than this Logitech unit in almost every way. First off, a lapdesk needs to be comfortable. This means a well-padded underside and enough height to raise the laptop to about eye-level.
N550 Speaker Lapdesk - Netbook Sized, OK Speakers, Overpriced
3 March 2011
Summary: The is a good option for a netbook. While they advertise that this unit will accommodate up to a 14.1 inch laptop, I wouldn't use for anything bigger than a 13 inch laptop, like the . It will certainly comfortably accommodate that unit or anything smaller.
Summary: I have a Dell XPS M1210 laptop that has a 12" screen. According to the specs, it should fit the Lapdesk. But, unfortunately it was too small. Love the speakers. Cushion is fairly hard so I had to put a pillow under it.
Tips for people using Mac Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8.2)
2 March 2011
Summary: I couldn't get it to play sound through it, but found I needed to go into system preferences, so if you're not familiar with your mac, click on the apple in left hand corner, system preferences, then sound, and for output, choose Logitech USB or whatever it says.