This week, we announced our new Logitech G line that includes six redesigned mice and keyboards and two new headsets for our loyal gamers out there. News of the announcement appeared on several gaming and technology publications, including CNET, Engadget, Game-Smack Ireland and VentureBeat.
Additionally, Tested.com’s Norman Chan was quick to post the first review of the Logitech G500s Laser Gaming Mouse. Norman commented on how much he enjoys the texture on the sides of the mouse and said, “For now, the G500s is my new primary gaming mouse, and it really does feel like going back to a beloved pair of kicks, revived and upgraded in subtle ways.”
Flip through the April issue of PC Gamer to see a feature on three top gaming keyboards that rates the Logitech G710+ Mechanical Gaming Keyboard an 82 percent for its “solid features.” And, in case anyone forgot about the Logitech G27 Racing Wheel, journalist Simon Constable and gadget guru Andrew Felix included the wheel in a segment on Digits, The Wall Street Journal’s online technology blog that delivers breaking news and insights about the technology landscape. Andrew highlighted three products that will help any gamer “amp” their playing at home. Check out the video, here.
Also this week, Gotta Be Mobile posted a review of the Logitech UE 9000 Headphones, concentrating on their ability to “… deliver incredible sounding audio and the power to drown out annoying outside noise.” The Logitech UE Boombox was featured in ausdervorstadt.at, an IT and lifestyle blog in Austria. The editors called the boombox a “bass-heavy party speaker.”
Lastly, Andy Robertson with WIRED’s GeekDad blog in the UK reviewed the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard mini and noted, “The keyboard does a great job of turning it into more of a laptop experience. This opens up a whole range of new uses.”
A few additional highlights from this week include:
- Top 5 best gaming keyboards – Examiner.com
- Logitech T651 Rechargeable Trackpad for Mac Review – Legit Reviews
- A Logitech bemutatja a játékosok számára fejlesztett új G szériás termékeit – Prohardver.hu