Logitech in the News

With the long days of summer in full swing, it’s easy to get distracted from work and other responsibilities. Luckily, Logitech has products to help keep you productive, connected and on track. Keep reading to learn what some media said about Logitech’s products:

MX2Stanley Goodner of Gizmag published his review of the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse, concluding with, “…the MX Anywhere 2 has the right kind of curves and snappy performance to keep hands happy,” and its “cursor tracking movement is astoundingly smooth for a device this small, making it feel like a natural extension of your hand.” Perfect for on-the-go use, Stanley states that “it just works!”

iMoreUERoll’s Peter Cohen wrote an article on UE ROLL, calling the Bluetooth speaker a “great summer accessory” with “some design whimsy that will bring a smile to your face and bounce to your step.” Peter also noted, while most Bluetooth speakers can sound muffled or canned, “that’s not the case with the ROLL: It sounds great, and its integration with the UE app and its ability to pair with other UE Bluetooth speakers make it a fantastic choice if you want to create big sound.”


602The Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse was named a winner in a comprehensive test that included a number of wireless mice. Wes Fenlon of PC Gamer awarded it with a score of 90 out of 100, stating, “…the Logitech G602 isn’t just the best wireless gaming mouse I’ve tested – it’s one of the most comfortable gaming mice I’ve used, period.” The full feature can be found in PC Gamer’s September 2015 print edition that hit stores this week.

Darin Gangi at Inside Sim Racing posted an unboxing video and in-depth look at the new Logitech G29 Driving Force for PlayStation® 4. Darin noted, “the default settings feel pretty damn good.”

Tom Samiljan highlighted the Logitech Keys-To-Go, available for both iOS and Android/Windows, in a “Best of Tech 2015” story for Travel + Leisure. Check out the Bluetooth keyboard, which Tom calls the “best for its mechanical keys, which are dramatically easier to use (and less prone to typos) than the touch pads you’ll commonly find elsewhere,” in Travel + Leisure’s August 2015 issue, on newsstands now!