Geek Pick: Shure MV88+ Is An Excellent, On the Go Microphone KitGeek Pick: Amazon Smart Plug Puts Alexa in Your Walls For the past few Geek Picks we’ve been letting you know all about the promising upcoming products Logitech showed at its recent holiday preview. And for this last post on that event we wanted to break format a little bit to tell you about not one but three different cool pieces of tech with a common theme: audio. Whether you’re exercising, playing music at a party, or aiming to get the most custom headphones imaginable, there should be a Logitech pick here for you.The right music can make or break your motivation to work out. However, the unique conditions of exercising call for a different approach when designing headphones. The Jaybird X4 ($130) are wireless and waterproof, so they won’t get snagged on equipment or fizzle out when drenched in sweat. But impressive bass and audio balancing just make them good headphones overall, sport or otherwise. You’ll hear them over the sound of your own heart exploding. For chiller beats, check out the Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 speaker ($200). This wireless cone delivers great sound considering the price, even if bass is lacking. It’s more durable than ever, withstanding dust and water. And new buttons and mobile apps give you more control over what music you want to play and when. Stay on target It’s not exactly a new product, but the wildest thing we saw from Logitech still has to be the Ultimate Ears Pro Custom headphones. Using this service, you literally create a mold based on the inside of your ears. You’ll then get headphones specifically designed to fit in your ears and yours alone almost like a hearing aid. Beyond the snugger fit, the headphones also include six speakers for premium sound quality. The catch is these start at $499 and only get pricier for professionals, but what do you expect for headphones custom tailored to your exact inner ear contours?For more on the Ultimate Ears Megaboom 3 and Jaybird X4 check out our extensive reviews on our sister site PCMag.com. For more Logitech picks check out the MX Vertical Mouse and Powered Wireless Charging Stand.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.