Logitech in the News

Check out what media said about a few of our products that can help boost your productivity – whether at school, home, or the office.

lognews1If you’re looking for ways to work smarter and stay productive, check out Inc.’s list of 6 Techie Fixes to Radically Boost Your Productivity. Contributing editor John Brandon recommends investing in a good keyboard and mouse. He currently uses an “oddity” combination of the best keyboard and mouse he can find – the Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard and the Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse.

lognews2Following Logitech Harmony’s recent integration with new connected home partners, Darryl Wilkinson at Sound & Vision concluded that Logitech Harmony has created, “…a home automation leviathan by not only directly controlling smart devices, but by also integrating other companies’ smart home hubs into the Harmony ecosystem,” and “…that type of inclusiveness makes Logitech’s Harmony Hub-based control systems one of the first places you should start if you’re thinking about putting together a smart home.”

lognews3Technology journalist Andrea Smith shared her suggestions for the top back-to-school essentials on Huffington Post, and she recommended the Logitech MX Anywhere 2 Wireless Mobile Mouse. She said that its ability to pair with up to three devices makes it a “stand-out choice.”

lognews4Steve Burke of Gamers Nexus reviewed the Logitech G29 Driving Force, praising its superb build quality and flawless executed force feedback. He noted, “…the wheel is outfitted with hand-stitched leather, and offers the texture, grip, and feel of a real car wheel.” After using the Logitech G29 Driving Force for a few weeks, he highly recommends the racing wheel for racing sim fans.

lognews5Jonathan Takiff of Philly.com featured the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 in his article of tech tips for back-to-school shoppers. Jonathan recommends pairing a tablet with the Logitech Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard K480 because the keyboard enables tablets to handle school assignments reasonably well.