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Logitech Wireless Headphones for PC

Mar 16, 20062 mins
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Logitech Wireless Headphones for PC

With a little help from colleagues, Keith tests the range of Logitech’s Wireless (Bluetooth) Headphones for PC. How far will the reach be in an office environment? Find out.


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Keith Shaw is an award-winning editor at Network World. In addition to creating the Cool Tools universe of columns, blogs and videocasts, he also edits the weekly DEMOletter newsletter and is the senior editor of product testing at Network World You can reach Keith at