I have issues with smart home technology. The promise of a Jetsons-style, automated living environment has never been closer, but the experience basically sucks right now. After spending a few weeks with a programmable button by Logitech, however, I feel suddenly hopeful.
In late August I spent to weeks traipsing through Europe—on very important work assignments in London, and taking in the local culture of Amsterdam. Being a gadget blogger, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to completely load up my European adventure with every conceivable gadget I could possibly need. I wanted to…
It seems like everybody’s making home security cameras these days. Features that once seemed futuristic—like watching a live feed from your house on your phone—now seem standard. The Logi Circle aims to set itself apart. It’s not a home security camera, it’s a “home connection camera.”
Logitech may have done some radical rethinking concerning its name recently, but the company is still sticking with what they’ve done best for the past 34 years—making tech accessories. So it makes sense that the first product to emerge from this rash rebranding is none other than a family of iPad cases.
You know Logitech, that company that makes the great keyboards, and the great speakers, and the great gaming mice? It’s going to start calling itself just “Logi” now, and that transition begins today.