by Brent Dirks
October 21, 2013
Designed for the increasingly mobile workforce, Logitech’s new P710e Mobile Speakerphone offers a number of features for both iPhone and iPad users. Here’s a quick video about the speakerphone. Click here if you can’t see it. First up, a sliding top section reveals an integrated stand that can hold an iOS device at the optimal angle during FaceTime calls. With digital signal processing technology, the P710e offers precise tuning for both the microphone and speaker, leading to clearer conversations. A dynamic equalizer switches automatically between voice and music modes while the noise-canceling microphone allows speakers to be heard in even the loudest situations. The speakerphone can pair with up to eight Bluetooth devices and connect to two simultaneously. The battery offers up to 15 hours of talk time between charges. An integrated USB cable neatly coils away under the device when not in use. Available next month, the P710e will retail for $169.99. A zippered, neoprene carrying case will also be included with the device. For more information about the speakerphone, visit Logitech’s site now. For other accessory news and reviews, see: Paper Maker FiftyThree Is Designing Its Own Stylus, This Week In Accessories: Mummy Case, Astro Backup Battery And More, and Review: The Snugg’s Suede Pouch Case Offers Stylish iPhone Protection.