Logitech in the News

This week in Logitech news, PC Mag awarded the Logitech Mini Boombox with its Editors’ Choice Award for budget portable speakers, for its impressive sound for a small speaker, calling our speaker a “marvel.”  Howard Stern’s Gary Dell’Abate called the Logitech Harmony Link “my kinda thing” and “totally harmonious” on his Gadget Gary blog this week. He enjoy how he create custom activities, as well as customize the Harmony Link on multiple devices. Specifically, he stated that the Logitech Harmony Link is “my kinda thing” and “totally harmonious”. Gary went on to mention that he enjoys being able to create custom activities, as well as customize the Harmony Link on multiple devices.

Lifehacker named the Logitech Performance Mouse MX a staff favorite in its article on choosing the perfect mouse, stating that the mouse “perfectly contours to your hand.” The Logitech G9X Laser Mouse was the preferred gaming mouse for users interested in claw grips, while the Logitech Marathon Mouse M705 was named as an option for users who preferred a fingertip grip. Lifehacker also recognized the Logitech Wireless Keyboard K350 and the Logitech DiNovo Edge as noted keyboards for their ergonomics and listed the Logitech G19 Keyboard for Gaming, the Logitech Illuminated Keyboard and the Logitech DiNovo line of keyboards as staff favorites.

In more keyboard news, the Logitech MX Air Rechargeable Cordless Air Mouse was named as one of Dvice’s 9 most beautiful gadgets worth owning based on its “spectacularly curvy shape” and its “touch-sensitive scroll wheel and media controls.” The Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K750 was listed in Bloomberg’s “Gadgets Under $300 Top Techie Gift List”. The gift guide specifically referenced its use of green technologies as a distinguishing feature, and it was the only green product listed in the guide.

For more Logitech news highlights from around the globe this week, check out the list below.

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  • Why no schedule for roll out of LCD for us “early” adopters who can only stare in Evey at those who bought later. Is that exit or even good marketing? (Next I post on Twitter, if no good answer received?

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