has a new line of gaming mice, keyboards, and headsets called the G series, and the company says it poured “endless hours of rigorous research and development” into the devices. The result is redesigns of four mice and two keyboards as well as a pair of new headsets.
The mice include the G700s rechargeable gaming
mouse ($99); G500s laser gaming mouse
($69.99); and the G400s ($59.99) and G100s ($39.99) optical gaming mice. Features of the mice include 20-million-click lifespans, multiple programmable controls, and a hydrophobic coating on the palm rest and dry-grip sides for better control.
The G19s ($199.99) and G510s ($119.99) keyboard
s enjoy the same hydrophobic coating as the mice and include custom backlighting options, plenty of programmable G keys, and GamePanel LCDs; the G19s also features 26-key anti-ghosting.
In addition to the spiffed-up keyboards and mice, Logitech is debuting a pair of brightly-colored headsets, the G430 Surround Sound Gaming headset ($79.99) and the G230 Stereo Gaming headset ($59.99). The former features Dolby Headphone 7.1 surround sound, and both sport noise-cancelling mics that fold up and out of the way when not in use, as well as washable ear cup pads.
All of the above will be available in the U.S. in April, with availability in Europe in May.