Logitech’s latest offering comes in the form of the S715i, an iPod/iPhone dock. It’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing as when you look at its size, you’ll never be able to tell that it’s capable of belting out such powerful sound. Logitech has actually managed to stuff this speaker with eight drivers to give you some serious aural pleasure.
Small, but powerful
The top of the speaker has a cover, which flips out to reveal the dock. The cover is also used as a stand to prop up the speaker. I actually failed to attach the stand properly at first, as it seemed too flimsy to be moved back, and the speaker started moving all over the table because of the vibrations. But I fixed the problem by properly attaching the stand to the back, and it was quite steady after that.
The flip down stand secures the dock well
Another thing I’m sure people will complain about is the lack of features. The S715i does not have radio, and alarm, EQ presets, etc. but do you really need that? I f you want to wake up, use an alarm clock! Besides, most iPods have an inbuilt alarm function anyway. The same goes for EQ presets.
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