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Logitech is launching a premium racing wheel for current-generation game consoles and PC, with the promise of supporting next-generation consoles (Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5) as well. Built for "maximum realism," the new G923 Racing Wheel and Pedals accessory aims to deliver a bona fide driving experience through Logitech's TrueForce feedback system. What exactly is TrueForce? In short, it's a force feedback scheme, though that is selling the technology short. Logitech describes its as a " proprietary high definition force feedback technology," which uses actual in-game physics and audio to deliver resistance and rumble in real-time, based on the action. "A great force-feedback racing wheel... Read more...
Logitech has just announced a new high-end headset for gaming aficionados out there, and it’s based on a familiar wired design that many folks have grown to love. The new Logitech G Pro X Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Headset gets its inspiration from the wired Pro X headset that was introduced for 2019. Like its predecessor, this is a premium design with an aluminum and steel frame, along with memory foam that is used in the headband and earpads (with your choice of pleather or velour-like coverings) for added comfort. More importantly, however, is that the Pro X Lightspeed features 50mm precision drivers along with DTS 7.1 surround sound and Logitech’s Blue VO!CE software to improve... Read more...
If you have any funds left after stocking up on discounted games from Steam's Lunar New Year sale, you can put them towards some hardware upgrades and watch that savings meter rise. There are two bargains in particular that have caught our eye—one is for the popular Blue Yeti microphone, and the other is an Eero mesh wireless router upgrade. Starting with the former, you can snag a factory reconditioned Blue Yeti microphone for $63.99 on Woot right now. Woot, which is owned by Amazon, describes factory reconditioned products as those that have been "returned, inspected, and restored to fully working condition by the original manufacturer or a certified partner," adding "it's as close to... Read more...
Logitech today announced a new, ergonomically designed keyboard called the Ergo K860. As seen in the image above, it sports a split design to facilitate a more natural typing experience by angling the left and right main typing sections . The idea behind these types of designs is that users do not have to twist their wrists, as is required when typing on a traditional keyboard. "We know that most people spend between a quarter and a third of their lives at work, so it is important they stay comfortable while they’re at it. We created a science-driven ergonomic keyboard to help office workers improve their posture, increase comfort and lower muscle strain," said Lars Holm Lauridsen, senior... Read more...
Logitech has unveiled the new Logitech G Pro X Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, which has multiple switch types, including Clicky, Linear, and Tactile. The keyboard is a tenkeyless design and is aimed directly at eSports pros and those that hope they were up to the task of taking on the big boys and gals. The Pro X gaming keyboard is built to give gamers competition-grade reliability, and Logitech says that it understands that gamers have different preferences when it comes to keyboard switches. The design of the Pro keyboard with swappable switches is to enable customization to meet the needs of each individual gamer. The keys can be removed from the keyboard with a special tool. Keycaps are... Read more...
Logitech is trying to become a major force in the broadcast and livestreaming space. It took another step in that direction today by announcing it has agreed to acquired Streamlabs for $89 million in cash, and potentially another $29 million in Logitech stock (subject to the achievement of significant revenue growth targets for Streamlabs). Streamlabs makes the popular Streamlabs OBS, which according to the company has been used to stream 161 million hours of content since January 2018. There are currently 1.6 million people who use Streamlabs OBS, and if the company's figures are accurate, 70 percent of Twitch is streamed with its software. "We’ve been fans of Streamlabs and their software... Read more...
Logitech is a company that has a lot of products under its umbrella. Gamers tend to think of it mostly as a gaming keyboard and mouse company with products like the recently announced the MX518 gaming mouse. Logitech also owns the Ultimate Ears brand, what has debuted a new product to provide customers with music on the go. That new device is called the Wonderboom 2, and it is a rugged wireless speaker. Wonderboom 2 is a followup to the original Wonderboom speaker promising even bigger 360-degree sound than before and extra bass wherever you need it. Ultimate Ears bakes in a new Outdoor Boost mode, extended 13-hour battery life, IP67 rating, and Double Up true stereo pairing. The Outdoor... Read more...
In February 2019, Logitech revived one if its iconic MX518 gaming mouse with modern internals. Logitech has announced a new gaming mouse that will slip into the line alongside the MX518 called the G502 Lightspeed. The G502 Lightspeed combines professional-grade precision and performance technology in a classic design Logitech reckons fans will love. This latest version of the G502 Lightspeed was re-engineered from the ground up while keeping the shape and features of the original. Logitech integrated its new Lightspeed and Powerplay wireless technologies. The new G502 Lightspeed is seven grams lighter than the original; to shed that weight Logitech used a thin-wall design and endoskeleton... Read more...
Logitech is taking a second stab at resurrecting its famous MX518 Gaming Mouse. The original debuted back in the middle of the last decade and was praised for its ergonomic design and gaming performance. The company then gave the mouse an internal upgrade and slight exterior refresh with the Optical Gaming Mouse G400 in 2011. Today, Logitech has announced that it is launching a new MX518 Gaming Mouse. That’s right, it takes the name of progenitor, and once again retains the same basic design. While the shape is instantly familiar, Logitech has upgraded the materials and included what it calls a “Nightfall” color scheme to give the mouse a more modern look. This newest... Read more...
Logitech has announced a new line of gaming headsets that run the gamut from low-end to higher-end units. Giving the varying price points of these units, there's  headset for nearly every budget and usage case. The high-end unit is the G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Lightsync gaming headset; it sells for $169.99. It has a flip away mic that mutes when swung out of the way and a 15-meter indoor wireless range. The headset offers 50mm drivers and frequency response of 20Hz-20KHz. The second headset is the G635 7.1 Lightsync Gaming Headset that sells for $139.99. It also has a flip to mute microphone and 50mm drivers. It is strictly a wired unit and works with PC, mobile, and game consoles... Read more...
Smart TV owners know that using the menus and performing searches using the normal remote control that comes with a TV can be a challenge. On-screen keyboards have never been the easiest things to use when you can only enter a single character at a time. Voice controlled remotes can help substantially, but there are times where you don’t want to talk to your TV, such as late-night binging sessions when others are home and asleep. Logitech has a new product that should help you navigate your smart TV menu and perform your searches in near silence, however, called the Logitech K600 TV Keyboard with Integrated Touchpad and D-Pad. Logitech says that the keys are silent, comfortable to... Read more...
For anyone who sits in front of a PC for extended periods of time, ergonomics is an important consideration, not just for comfort but also to avoid lingering issues like carpal tunnel syndrome. Dealing with that sort of thing is not fun. Logitech is doing its part. The peripheral maker developed a new mouse that it says i the most advanced ergonomic rodent on the planet, the MX Vertical. Logitech's claim is rooted in science, and while the MX Vertical might look funky to some, the company is adamant that there is a real purpose behind the non-traditional design. "Scientifically tested and ergonomist approved, MX Vertical is designed with a natural handshake position and a 57-degree vertical angle... Read more...
Logitech is promising to deliver the performance of a wired mouse with all the convenience of a wireless mouse -- all for around $60. While might sound a little too good to be true, Logitech says that it has delivered with the G305 Lightspeed mouse. Backed by Logitech's Lightspeed wireless technology and a high-performance (HERO) sensor, the G305 is said to be faster than "most" wired gaming mice on the market while delivering 10 times the power efficiency of the company's previous generation mice. If you recall, the HERO sensor is using in Logitech’s top-of-the-line gaming mouse that are much more expensive. When it comes to performance, Logitech says that the G305 offers a 1ms report... Read more...
Logitech has added a pair of new computer gaming peripherals to the mix of products in the "G" line. The new devices include the G560 PC Gaming Speaker and the G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. The most interesting of the new peripherals is the speaker system, which features Logitech G Lightsync technology that is able to synchronize light and sound to the gameplay on your screen. That tech allows the speakers to throw colored RGB light on the wall and area around your gaming monitor to extend the colors on your screen to your environment for more immersive gameplay. Philips did something very similar to this with TVs called Ambilight. The speakers have 240 watts peak/120 watts RMS power and support... Read more...
Logitech set off a nuclear bomb among its customer base when it was widely revealed yesterday that Harmony Link devices will be bricked in March 2018. There is nothing physically wrong with the devices, and they currently function normally, but Logitech indicated that an expiring technology certificate license was the reason for the slamming the door on the device. Needless to say, the negative reaction from Harmony Link owners came swiftly, with many of them vowing to never buy Logitech products again and many others going off on long, profanity-laced tirades. Once news of the impending forced bricking spread around the internet, Logitech has been forced to go into full damage control mode.... Read more...
When customer purchase electronics, they typically expect for those devices to have a long useful life as long as they are kept in good condition. Those devices might lose warranty support and functionality updates as the years pass, but their functionality is typically not impeded. Logitech, however, is drawing the ire of customers after it announced that the Harmony Link will effectively be bricked in March 2018. The Harmony Link was first introduced back in 2011 and was a popular add-on for those that bought into the Harmony family of universal remote controls. The Harmony Link allows customers with smartphones and tablets to control their TVs, consoles, and audio systems (among thousands... Read more...
For many years Logitech made one of the few alternatives to a mouse for people who had some sort of wrist or hand issue like Carpal Tunnel syndrome (or folks who just hated a mouse). That alternative was the Trackball and there were several versions to choose from for users. About a decade ago, Logitech vacated that space leaving those needing an alternative to a normal mouse without many options. However, Logitech has launched a new trackball and that new product is called the MX Ergo. Logitech notes that this is its very first adjustable trackball designed from the ground up to support comfort and to look good to boot. The MX Ergo features an adjustable hinge along with precision tracking and... Read more...
Logitech today added a couple of new and cordless products to its gaming peripheral lineup, the G603 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Mouse and G613 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. To supplement the launch, it also introduced an oversized mouse surface, the G840 XL Gaming Mouse Pad.G603 Wireless Gaming MouseLet's start with the mouse. The G603 features Logitech's brand new High Efficiency Rated Optical (or HERO) sensor, which it invented with an eye on performance and power efficiency (leading to longer lasting battery life). If you ask Logitech, the company will tell you that its HERO sensor is the best in the business for wireless gaming mice. Sensitivity goes up to 12,000 DPI with... Read more...
Logitech, one of the biggest brands in the PC gaming peripheral market, has acquired Astro Gaming, a popular player in the audio headset sector for both PC and console gamers. The $85 million all-cash acquisition brings together two major brands, both with solid reputations among gamers in their own right. By joining forces, Logitech and Astro Gaming become the top seller of headsets, mice, keyboards, and streaming webcams for PCs and consoles. Astro Gaming can be considered a pioneer in the gaming audio headset space. The company is best known for its A40 and A50 headsets aimed at professional gamers and enthusiasts. More recently, Astro Gaming launched a less expensive A10 model for console... Read more...
If there is a downside to mechanical keyboards, it is that manufacturers have taken advantage of the category's popularity with inflated price tags. That is a shame because everyone who types should trash their squishy membrane plank and buy a keyboard with mechanical key switches. The good news is things are improving. Logitech, for example, just announced the G413, a sub-$100 mechanical keyboard for gamers that uses its fancy Romer-G key switches. We haven't played with one in person yet, but based on the press photos Logitech gets kudos for building a normal looking plank. By that we mean it does not have a gaudy design. It is a refreshingly subdued, in least in terms of being aimed at gamers.... Read more...
ESports is becoming a big business in the gaming world, and players are looking for every possible edge to become the next megastar. Buying the most expensive peripherals isn’t going to automatically make you a better player (you're going to need some natural talent for starters), but obtaining quality hardware could help to improve your gaming experience.  Enter Logitech, one of the most successful peripheral makers ever, and a huge supporter of eSports worldwide. It's been no stranger to releasing gaming-targeted peripherals that promise to make you a better player, and its latest extension of that looks awesome: a tenkeyless Logitech G Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, using the company's... Read more...
For anyone that has begrudgingly sat through a PowerPoint presentation against your will (that should be all of us), the act can be just as much of a downer for the person doing the presenting as it is for a glossy-eyed audience. The folks at Logitech, however, are looking to take some of the monotony out of traditional presentations with the unveiling of the new Spotlight Presentation Remote that also delivers some slick controls and features for maximum presentation impact. Logitech hopes that Spotlight will install confidence in its handler, allowing you to both magnify and highlight on-screen content to engage viewers, very much like its namesake suggests. The remote works from a distance... Read more...
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