Hands On: Logitech Squeezebox Touch

In a world where all the rage is small players that can play it all, Logitech has stuck by their investment in the Squeezebox brand and continues to innovate. This time around, via a touchscreen display and a wealth of apps to use it with. Pretty cool for music buffs, probably too much for me to invest in one.


Let’s start with the all important touchscreen. Having been a faithful Squeezebox Classic owner for a few years now (two devices in the home), I’ll summarise my point of view on the touchscreen briefly. I do not want to return the Squeezebox Touch! From first tap, the screen is responsive to your touch with a satisfying metallic click signalling each tap. The screen is bright, colourful and a pleasure to use with smooth scrolling within your music library.