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Logitech slips iPhone-ready Pure-Fi Anywhere

updated 03:20 pm EDT, Tue June 24, 2008

Pure-Fi Anywhere 2

Logitech has made a low-key update to its Pure-Fi Anywhere mobile speakers, iLounge has found. Simply called the Pure-Fi Anywhere 2, the stereo speaker dock is cosmetically similar but now explicitly supports iPhones, though it's unknown whether or not this allows the phone to stay out of Airplane Mode and accept calls without interference.

The speakers are otherwise very close to the originals and include a built-in lithium-ion battery pack good for 10 hours of run time, equal pairs of two-inch tweeters and three-inch woofers for a clearer sound, and a wireless remote for skipping or pausing tracks from a short distance away. The dock comes in the same black and white hues of the first-run Pure-Fi Anywhere but ships at a lower $130 price.



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