Logitech in the News

Check out what the media said about Logitech products this week.

This week, Logitech and TED unveiled the Spotlight Presentation Academy, an intensive training program dedicated to making anyone a better presenter with the Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote. Brian Fagioli of BetaNews covered the news, commenting that “since TED is all about public speaking and storytelling, and Logitech manufactures the aforementioned Spotlight Remote, this seems like a marriage made in heaven.

Sarah White of CIO applauded the “fun, unique design” and “high quality build at a reasonable price point” of the Logitech K380 Multi-Device Bluetooth Keyboard in her guide to “6 Bluetooth Keyboards for Workers On the Go.”

Michael Higham of GameSpot reviewed the Logitech G413 Carbon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, concluding that “the keyboard is dope, especially for the price.”


John Patrick Pullen of TIME recommended the Logitech ZeroTouch as the perfect gift for car-loving dads this Father’s Day, commenting that it’s time to “teach that old dog some new tricks with Logitech’s ZeroTouch phone mount.”

Paul Mah of CIO featured the Logitech BRIO webcam in his list of “9 essential tools for the security-conscious mobile worker,” saying, “The Logitech 4K Pro Webcam is more than just a top-notch webcam for conference calls on the move (and helping you look good).”


Ted Needleman of Accounting Today covered the Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam, Logitech C922 Pro Stream Webcam and Logitech Spotlight Presentation Remote in his recent “Ted on Tech” column. He recommended both webcams to readers as well as Spotlight, saying, “if you give frequent presentations, it’s well worth it. It looks terrific, but the capabilities far exceed its good looks.”

Bryan Gardiner of Popular Science awarded the Logitech POP Home Switch 4.5 out of 5 stars in his latest review, commenting, “As home automation gets increasingly complicated, it’s refreshing to have a simple, straightforward way to string together common tasks and control them all with a single button.”