Logitech has introduced a wireless mouse designed for use with Windows 8. Mouse has a symmetrical design and rubberized sides which contribute to convenience of use, according to the manufacturer.
Logitech is preparing within their G product line a special device for owners of Apple smartphones. The company should soon introduce a game controller for the iPhone 5, 5S and 5C models, which should allow more comfortable game playing.
Logitech has unveiled a new mouse for gamers within their offering from G product line, model G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse. As the name implies, it is a wireless mouse that offers significantly greater autonomy of the battery compared to similar competitive products.
Logitech gave up from giving up the unit in charge of developing and selling line of universal remotes by the name Harmony. Looks like they like to listen to their users and believe that they still have interest in this branch of devices.
Logitech continues to improve their department of gaming peripherals. The company last month united peripherals for gamers into a single Logitech G product line and introduced a redesigned six keyboards and mouses, and two new headsets.
We have not heard anything from Logitech for a long time, and the players are hungry for new mouses, keyboards, and other peripherals. Silence has now been interrupted with the announcement of redesigned G-series peripherals aimed at gamers (G as a "gaming"). They prepared four mouses, two keyboards and two sets of headphones.
Logitech has decided to sell some parts of the company after getting some bad financial results in the third quarter of fiscal 2013. The company in this period made $615 million in revenue and an operating loss of $180 million which is a 14 percent drop compared to the same time last year.
Today Logitech presented K310, their first washable keyboard. If you have ever tried to clean your own keyboard then you will be happy to see that Logitech has finally taken a look at that part. Usually it's a real annoyance to clear your keyboard of all the rubbish that falls onto and into it. You have to pull out every button, wash every one of them separately, scrape sticky leftovers of your favorite cereals and be super careful with water or any type of cleansing liquid around electronic parts.
You know there is nothing like a good keyboard; whether it is for work or for play you really cannot beat having a good keyboard under your fingers if you spend a lot of time sitting in front of a computer screen (or two). So when my favorite Bluetooth keyboard died on me a couple of days ago I was not looking forward to finding a replacement. It is not an enjoyable task at all. I stopped by multiple stores including Target, Best Buy and finally Staples. It was while ruminating about the money I would have to spend to get something decent that I walked around the end of the Keyboard isle and saw something that really piqued my interest. It was a keyboard that boasted of being green. It was a wireless keyboard that maintained it charge by the power of light. It was the Logitech Solar Wireless Keyboard K750. The best part about all of this, it was on sale. Normally this ultra-thin “Chiclet” style keyboard would set you back $80, but it was on sale for $60 ($59.99) was it worth the money? Read on to find out.