Logitech kicked off the week by announcing that six of its products were recognized with Red Dot 2015 Product Design Awards, marking the third consecutive year of Red Dot wins for the company. This year, the Logitech® ConferenceCam Connect, the Logitech® Keys-To-Go, the Logitech® G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, the Logitech® Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480, the Logitech® Wireless Mouse M320 and Ultimate Ears’ UE MEGABOOM were each awarded with the internationally recognized Red Dot seal of quality.
Read on to learn about these award-winning Logitech products and more:
The newly-released Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse continues to earn praise for its design and function. The editors at Cool Hunting can’t get enough of this luxury mouse, highlighting its “meticulously molded” shape and noting that it “truly blends comfort with functionality.” Tucker Bowe at Gear Patrol included the product in his list of new gear, and specifically highlighted its “speed-adaptive scroll wheel” and “Darkfield laser sensor” that tracks on glass. The MX Master was also featured in Tech Times and TechSpot, where reporters shared their hands-on experiences with the product.
The UE MEGABOOM, a Red Dot award-winner, was featured in Engadget, where Jon Turi, an avid fan of the UE BOOM, found that bigger might be better after spending some time with a pair of the Bluetooth speakers. Of his experience, he said, “During an evening of dinner and drinks with about eight people, I never approached full volume playing French-themed beats from I:Cube to Tony Allen. Even after the wine raised our spirits and voices, levels were bumping enough to prompt a few boogie sessions.”
The ultra-precise Logitech G303 Daedalus Apex Performance Edition Gaming Mouse received praise from both Skewed and Reviewed and Tech We Like. Marshall Honorof at Tom’s Guide gave the product a test drive, and awarded the mouse an Editors’ Choice award and 4 out of 5 stars overall!
Finally, we all know that the Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home Remote Control and Hub takes movie nights to a new level. This week, WIRED included the remote in an article, “Amp Up Movie Night.” The editorial staff mentioned that when it comes to entertainment, “Logitech’s latest universal remote is compatible with nearly every modern home theater device in existence.” Better yet, “its wireless hub works with other connected gadgets.”
Be sure to pick up the April issue of WIRED at your local newsstand to read the full article.