When I first started getting into PC gaming one of the companies that really stood out for gaming mice was Logitech. It seemed everyone I knew was rocking a Logitech gaming mouse. With the popularity of PC Gaming and eSports there have been many gaming peripherals companies pop up like ROCCAT, Tt eSPORTS and Mad Catz. It’s crazy to realize, but I haven’t used a Logitech mouse in years. Well they have sent me their brand new gaming mouse, the G402 Hyperion Fury. Logitech has coined this mouse as the “world’s fastest gaming mouse” and it is made for FPS gamers. Since I mainly play FPS games, this should be a good fit. The mouse features Logitech’s Fusion Engine, 8 programmable buttons, 32-bit ARM processor, on the fly DPS switching and much more. Will this mouse make me think of Logitech as a gaming company again? Read on and find out!
Logitech, a leading innovator of gaming peripherals, today introduced its newest Logitech G mouse, the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse. Tested by professional MOBA gamers from around the world including players from Team SoloMid, Cloud9, CJ Entus Frost, CJ Entus Blaze, and Invictus Gaming, the Logitech G302 is designed to withstand the rigors of the highest tiers of professional eSports gaming.
Logitech today announced the Logitech® G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Keyboard. The keyboard features Logitech’s exclusive new Romer-G™ mechanical switches, offering 25 percent faster actuation than any other mechanical switch, improved durability and intelligent Illumination.
Logitech today introduced the fastest gaming mouse ever made, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Ultra-Fast FPS Gaming Mouse. The Hyperion Fury features Logitech’s exclusive Fusion Engine sensor technology that can reliably track over 500 inches per second (IPS) and Logitech’s exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology for unrivaled accuracy.
The iPhone has really turned into a mobile gaming machine. With so many great games available it competes with other mobile gaming devices. Logitech wants everyone to use their iPhone as a mobile gaming console with their PowerShell iOS 7 Game Controller.
Long battery life and gaming are two opposite poles of the end, but Logitech is giving it a shot anyway. The company has announced the G602 wireless gaming mouse today, which declares that it can run for more than 1,400 hours during gaming before requiring new batteries, which makes two months of continuous 24/7 use.
Only four days to go for the launch of Logitech’s latest Comfort keyboard K290 specially designed to cater the mid-range consumer market. The keyboard is a full-size layout with keys separated into three areas. All the keys are there where you expect them to be. So typing is faster and easier. It also includes the LED notification center at the top right of the keyboard. When the caps/num/scroll lock is enabled, the light gets switched on. The elegant black finish is complemented with slate grey keys that have a “frame” design to give the keyboard a contemporary/classy look. The bottom case and cable are cool blue, adding up a bit of freshness and character.
Just today Logitech drew the curtains away from their Logitech Bluetooth Speakers Z600 which is a highly elegantly designed pair of speakers complementing the sleek good looks of both Mac and Ultrabook computers. With these Bluetooth supported speakers you can actually stream music and other audio from your computer, smart phones and tablet with great ease. Three devices can be active simultaneously and swapping between them is very simple, by just pressing pause on one and play on the other.
Logitech used to be a big player in the gaming market, but other companies like ROCCAT and Razer has really taken over the market in the last few years. Logitech is back with an entire new line of gaming peripherals, which they are calling the Logitech G Line. It includes six redesigned mice and keyboard favorites and well as two new headsets.
Since the birth and death of the MX518 mouse Logitech has been desperately looking for that product to put them back into the spotlight of the gaming scene. This year at CES Logitech has taken the steps toward that potential product. Mice and keyboards designed by gamers for gamers (Sorry Razer) craftsmanship and design planning really shine though. Can Logitech sway you away from some of the newer more attractive players on the market? 2013 could be a return to glory for the once gaming king.
Nov 25, 2015 0