Logitech Pure-Fi Elite Reviewnismozcar - October 9, 2007
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After all that investigation, we still have to ask: "how well does the Logitech Pure-Fi Elite involve you in the action?" The answer is that it immerses you in it. At no time during the experience do you notice anything but the crisp, clear, unrestricted acoustical abilities of this small, attractive device.
Logitech has found ways to make small feel big, bold seem beautiful and caused form to function. The Pure-Fi Elite most-notably features great dynamic capabilities, a secluded docking station, digital AM/FM radio, a handy Sleep Timer and up to six preset playlists. The only real drawback from a nearly-flawless design, is that fact that you cannot navigate through your iPod’s menus. This is a small, but important feature. that is conspicuously missing. However, the Pure-Fi Elite bounces right back. It offers the user the ability to enjoy their iPod movies, music videos and photos on their television via a Composite or S-Video cable. This feature turns any room in your house into your own private screening room or concert hall. Finally, my favorite feature is not worrying about battery life whenever you decide to get up and go, but simply popping it off the dock and enjoying the feeling of having a full battery. All things considered, out of a long list of great features, I can only name one real flaw. Logitech has designed an awesome device that would make any audiophile happy.
- Form and function
- Video out (Composite & S-Video)
- Digital AM/FM radio
- Sleep timer
- Preset playlists
- Charges iPod
- Unable to navigate the iPod's menu