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Logitech Red Mini Boombox: The Perfect Geeky Valentines Day Gift

by Paul Strauss

It’s less than two weeks until Valentines Day, and if you haven’t already gotten a gift for your geeky sweetie, here’s an idea. Instead of the usual candy and flowers, how about some cool technology, wrapped up in a shiny red package?


Logitech’s Mini Boombox is a great way to fill a room with sound, and it’s available in a nifty candy-like red color scheme, perfect for Valentines Day – but great long beyond February 14th. This compact sound system fits in the palm of your hand, but offers substantial sound when paired up with your Bluetooth-enabled gadgets. It’s also got backlit touch-based controls for playback, volume and pairing with your phone.


It’s definitely small enough to carry in a backpack or large purse too. Battery life is rated at about 10 hours, and it even will work as a speakerphone for your A2DP-enabled Bluetooth devices, thanks to a built-in mic. It’s also got a 3.5mm input jack if you need to go old-school. And if for some reason red isn’t the right thing for you, it’s available in black too – but that would sort of defeat the whole Valentines Day theme.

The Logitech Mini Boombox retails for $99.99(USD) and you can grab one over on Logitech’s website now. If you move quick, you can still get one in time for Valentines Day, so you don’t end up in the doghouse. Oh yeah, spring for some candy and flowers too.

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