I met with my Logitech PR rep who I always see at these conventions at the Digital Experience in Caesar's Palace. As usual at this time, there's not much game related but be sure to expect and announcement of new products at GDC in a month. Logitech did have the new Harmony One
remote but I didn't get a chance to look at it here so I'll take a closer look on the show floor. The Logitech Z Cinema Advanced
Surround Sound system takes a 2.1 setup and simulates surround sound with SRS technology. The remote is Windows Media centric with the ever popular green button. The diNoVo Mini
is a cool little keyboard that's Bluetooth enabled and has a dongle if the device you want to interact with doesn't have Bluetooth. It's a great little keyboard for Media Center setups as well since it's small and out of the way. It has a rechargable battery and you can change the dial to a D-pad with a flip of a switch. Once done, arrows show up on the dial showing you directions and letting you know it's in D-Pad mode. Pretty slick I must say. I'll report back more on the show floor when I stop by their booth to check out the Harmony One.