Date: October 14th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product Submitted By: Logitech
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LOGITECH Z2200 INTRODUCTION
Two channel speaker systems much like any other computer component are divided equally into three defined markets. The first is low end budget where any speaker system will do and all you need to here is the bells and chimes associated with your operating system or some very light background music listening. The middle of the road mainstream user wants a reasonably priced system that may or may not have a subwoofer included, but they still want a full range decent sounding system that they can use when playing music or gaming.
What is remaining is the enthusiast market filled with audiophile gamers, music lovers and bass junkies that have a taste for loud high quality computer audio that can rattle pictures off of walls and turn your once kind neighbors into complaining wall pounding demons.
If you are looking for a budget or small mainstream system, pick up your bags and keep on moving, but, if you want a system that will have your eardrums flapping like bird wings you might as well grab a drink, sit down and for the love of god hold on.
This is gonna hurt........
LOGITECH CORPORATE PROFILE
Logitech designs, manufactures and markets personal interface products that enable people to effectively work, play, and communicate in the digital world. The company's products combine essential core technologies, continuing innovation, award-winning industrial design and excellent price performance.
During the past few years, Logitech has significantly broadened its product offering and increased its presence in the retail sector, as consumers enhance their basic systems with more fully featured interface devices that add functionality and cordless freedom to their desktops, as well as supplementary devices designed for new applications and specific purposes such as gaming, multimedia or visual communication on the Internet.
Today, Logitech's retail business accounts for more than 80 percent of its revenue. To provide the market with a broadening array of best-of-category products, Logitech's business model calls for supplementing its internal engineering and manufacturing strength with additional products and technologies through a combination of strategic acquisitions and industry partnerships.