For comedy that goes directly in your earholes, Logitech offers excellent options (Sponsored video)

By | October 31, 2012 at 3:52 pm | 2 comments | Uncategorized | Tags: ,

Whether it’s stand-up albums, podcasts, Pandora, Spotify, SiriusXM or whatever, listening to comedy on handheld devices is becoming increasingly common. And therefore the way in which recorded comedy gets into our earholes is increasingly important. To that end, we like what Logitech is doing. If you’re looking for a simple earbud experience with rich bass tones, you should check out the Logitech UE 350 at $59.99 (pictured above). Maybe you’re looking to step up your podcasting game; at $99.99, the wrap-around-your-ears Logitech UE 6000 model is a nice way to hear yourself and your podcast guests while recording.

But Logitech’s got a much more artful way to express what we did above. Employing music and World War I, of all backdrops, they tell the story about how the British called a cease fire which then led to a peace treaty when they heard the enemy sing “Silent Night,” a familiar Christmas carol. Check it out below.

This post is sponsored by Logitech UE.

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  • Jim

    was this a paid article?

    • dylan

      it says “sponsored video” in the headline and again on the video and also below the video. so, yes. this is a sponsored editorial post.