Logitech unveiled the Logitech mm22 portable speakers during the CeBIT Germany 2005.
The system is Logitech's first product targeted at iPod users and the rapidly growing mobile music market. Technology market research firm IDC forecasts that more than 95 million portable compressed audio players will be shipped worldwide in 2006, up 70 percent from 2004.
The Logitech mm22 portable speakers complement the sleek design of the iPod, but also work with any portable music player or notebook PC that features a 3.5 mm jack.
The Logitech mm22 portable speakers will be available for a suggested retail price of US$79.99 in the U.S. The system includes a total of four neodymium micro drivers. The portable speakers, which weigh only 12 ounces including batteries, fold into a deluxe traveling case that's about the size of a hard cover book (9.8-by-5.9-by-2.0 inches).
Included are three custom cradles to fit any size of hard drive-based iPod and many other portable music players. The speaker system can be used anywhere and anytime, because it can be powered by either batteries or the included AC adapter. The traveling case holds the speakers, the international power adapter (100-240V), two speaker cables: a 10-inch cable for connecting the speakers to the portable audio player, and a 24-inch cable to connect the speakers to a notebook, and is also roomy enough to store the iPod or other portable music players of similar size.