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Cons: Occasionally locks-up (no WiFi connections).
Other Thoughts: In about 4 months of ownership I've had it 'lock-up' (devices couldn't connect via WiFi) about 4 or 5 times, requiring power disconnect (re-boot) to get back on-the-air.
Have now added a 6-outlet power strip to make easier to cycle-power, since unit is mounted up-high and out-of-sight. I'm also pondering putting it on a light timer, so that it has 30mins of "off time" every night (i.e. daily re-boot) as a pre-emptive strike against lock-ups.
Works well with my Samsung 'smart' BlueRay player.
Small (takes-up little space on the coffee table).
Cons: Hard to pick-up without accidently bumping side-mounted keys (until you get used to it).
Wish the keys were underlit, so I could see them better in the darkened room.
Other Thoughts: Bought this to use with the WebBrowser built-into my new BlueRay DVD player, so that I didn't have to screw-around with the on-screen pseudo-keyboard (using remote's arrow keys) . . . yuk! This little keyboard makes it MUCH easier to fill-in text fields (and to fly-around the screen clicking links) than using the remote.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech S120 2.3 Watts (RMS) 2.0 Speaker System
Pros: Small (easily transported in suitcase).
Cons: Not much bass (but better than smartphone speaker!).
Cord between speakers is too short (4'), wish I could spread-out the speakers farther apart. If they had made the wires with a "plug" that I could buy an extension-cord for, I would have been much happier.
Other Thoughts: Bought this to take on business trips, so that smartphone can play "white noise" to drown-out traffic noise (thru windows) and hallway noise (thru door) so I could sleep better. Works very well for this purpose . . . didn't need (nor expect) thundering bass.READ FULL REVIEW
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