One of the best press events during CES is Digital Experience, which is put on by Pepcom. Pepcom really brings together a lot of companies for a great event. This year the theme for the event was “Safari” and they pulled it off quite well with great food, a safari atmosphere, and of course all of the latest gadgets. Read on to see which companies we checked out at this year’s Digital Experience!
Logitech is a name you definitely think of when it comes to gaming keyboards and mice. The last gaming keyboard we took a look at from them was the G15 way back in 2006. Since then they have made some revisions to the G15, but today we have to chance to check out the new G19 gaming keyboard. This keyboard features a color GamePanel LCD, backlit keys, and 12 fully programmable G-keys. Those are just some of the features so let’s take a look.
Today we have the opportunity to check out the Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard. The G13 offers a customizable keyboard for any gamer. A natural contoured design is implemented into the 25-key setup. The LCD Display is yet another benefit of the G13. This display can show RSS Feeds, music, Xfire, CPU/RAM Usage, Time/Date and even a stopwatch. What makes this LCD even better is the customizable backlighting. You can change the backlighting of the keys and LCD to ANY color you want.
Laptops are more and more becoming desktop replacements for most people. You can get laptops that are just as powerful as desktop machines and even better you can take them with you. Since they are using the laptop as a desktop replacement often time’s people use full-sized computer keyboards and definitely a mouse. Logitech has come up with the perfect thing for these people, the Alto. The Alto is a notebook stand matched with a full-sized keyboard. Read on to learn more about the Alto Cordless!