Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205

A new solution for all music and movies addicted notebooks fans comes today from Logitech, a USB powered Laptop Speaker Z205. This designed specifically for laptops and netbook stereo speakers comes with  an easy-to-attach clip-on, feature a built-in amplifier and measure 1.35 inches and 2.5 inches tall.


“While people love the portability of their laptop computer, they are often missing out on the immersive listening experience that external speakers provide,” said Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech’s audio business unit. “When designing the Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205, we wanted to help people get better audio while enjoying their favorite shows or music without sacrificing portability. The Laptop Speaker Z205 is tiny enough to toss in your bag, but delivers big sound.”

Laptop Speaker Z205


Laptop Speaker Z205

Pricing and Availability

The Logitech Laptop Speaker Z205 is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe for a suggested retail price of $39.99 (U.S.) beginning in March.

Source: Logitech, Logitech Blog

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