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Logitech’s computer speakers also play your music wirelessly from any device

If you have ever been on the lookout for cheap but functional computer speakers, chances are good that the Logitech name has crossed your path. In addition to computer peripherals, the company makes a fair amount of other electronics, like Bluetooth speakers. Now, both of those worlds are coming together as the company has announced its first desktop speaker that is also Bluetooth-enabled — the Logitech Z337 Bold Sound with Bluetooth.

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“The Z337 speakers bring great sound quality to all of your favorite content — no matter what device it’s on,” Logitech Audio general manager Philippe Depallens said in a statement. “What’s more, we’ve made it really easy to stream from different content sources. Just pause on one device, and play on another to simply make the switch.”

The Z337 offers up to 80 watts of peak power across the left and right speakers and an included subwoofer should make for fairly powerful bass response. The subwoofer features a knob on the back, allowing the user to adjust its relative volume level to measure in order to find the perfect level of bass for their setup. To complement the Bluetooth connectivity, 3.5mm and RCA analog inputs are included, making it easy to connect the Z337 to your computer, video game console, or other audio sources.

In addition to the three speakers, the Z337 Bold Sound includes what Logitech refers to as a “control pod,” acting as the hub for all of the speaker’s connectivity features, and allowing easy access to the speaker’s controls. These consist of power, volume, and Bluetooth pairing. The pod also features a headphone jack, meaning you will not have to worry about plugging headphones directly into your computer.

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The Logitech Z337 Bold Sound with Bluetooth is expected to ship later in September and sells for a retail price of $100. For more information, see the Logitech website.