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Popular Wireless Mouse: Logitech MX Master


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Are you sick and tired of untangling your wired computer mouse? Then you should consider upgrading to a modern wireless laser mouse. The Logitech MX Master Wireless Laser Mouse is specifically designed to provide the ultimate experience for users who want to get more done.

Easy Switch Technology

Easy switch technology allows the mouse to connect up to as many as 3 Windows or Mac computers. Switch between computers easily with the button located on the bottom of the mouse.

The mouse has a rechargeable battery that lasts up to 40 days on a single charge. Connect the mouse to the Logitech Unifying receiver or via Bluetooth Smart wireless technology. The tiny USB receiver can connect up to 6 compatible Unifying devices such as a wireless keyboard.

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Logitech K480: A Keyboard For The Multi-Tasker

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The Logitech K480 Bluetooth Multi-Device Keyboard can pair up with three Bluetooth-enabled devices at a time. Juggling objectives between devices can prove difficult when you’re focused on more than one task. This keyboard is a convenient solution that will bring your devices together without tangling you up. A bright and bold design paired with a sleek, compact frame is the perfect combination for any user on the go. IT support vendor in Los Angeles outlines its complete specifications and requirements. Let’s review the features and characteristics.

Bluetooth Features

The Logitech K480 can pair with a computer, smartphone and tablet at the same time. There are no wires to drag or tangle. You can simply pair with your tablets, smartphones, or desktops of your choice, and you’ll be set. Suppose you’re writing an essay on your desktop and get a message on your phone. Simply turn the dial to switch over to your phone and use the keyboard to type in place of your touchscreen. Then switch back to your document in a matter of seconds. How about replying to a tweet on your phone and getting back to that email you need to send out? Just a turn of a dial and you’re done! The possible combinations are endless.

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One Keyboard, So Many Devices: The Logitech K480 Lets You Switch Between Them


If you’re anything like us, you have a multi-device setup at home. You watch stuff on the TV that’s connected to a Mac Mini, say. Then you work on your desktop with your smartphone sitting atop of it, and maybe there’s a tablet nearby as well. It’s the way things are done these days, but do you really need multiple keyboards for all these, when just one would do? The Logitech K480 can connect via Bluetooth to three devices simultaneously, and then seamlessly switch between them at the push of a button. A usage scenario could involve you typing on your desktop, then switching to your smartphone to reply to a text, and then searching for another song to listen to from the streaming music service on your Mac. There’s even a cradle integrated into the keyboard for you to nestle a mobile device.

It’ll be $50, available this September across the states.

[ Press Release ] VIA [ Gizmag ]

Tired of Dirty QWERTYs? Check Out Logitech’s All-New Washable Keyboard

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Keyboards are hard to clean. They’ve always been a pain to neat freaks–but the good news is that they won’t always be. Not with Logitech’s Washable Keyboard K310, that is, which now allows users to clean their keyboards thoroughly, from the usual light dusting to an actual quick rinse under the tap.

“Using” a computer is practically synonymous to “typing.” That said, you can expect your keyboard to get understandably grimy and filthy after several months of use, most especially if you’re the type to munch on snacks while you work. Spritzing your keyboard with alcohol and wiping it afterwards isn’t enough to get all the dirt that’s trapped in all the nooks and crannies on your keyboard, which is why the K310 must be a godsend for slobs and non-slobs alike.

The K310 can be submerged in up to 11 inches of water so you can rinse out all the dust bunnies in the making. The keyboard actually has drainage holes at the back to facilitate the water flow, so the keyboard dries out fully in a couple of hours. Aside from that, you don’t have to worry about the characters on the keyboard fading, since they’re laser-printed and coated with a UV layer to prevent fading from water damage.

The Logitech K310 will go on sale sometime this month for $39.99, while it makes its debut in Europe this October.

[ Logitech ] VIA [ CNET ]

Logitech Z305 Reviewed. Verdict: Nifty Portable Speaker Offering Great Mids and Highs

Notebooks win over desktop PCs on every almost activity save very specific areas. The biggest of which are gaming and sound, both for pretty much the same reason. Sacrifices must be made for the sake of portability and while 3D gaming on the go is a nice-to-have travel tunes is a must-have. Thankfully, Logitech continues to try new things to get volume and quality out of a portable speaker without adding too much weight. The Logitech Z305 is a very travel-friendly USB speaker that mates very well with netbooks and workstations that are missing something in the sound department.

The compact well-built sound bar attaches quite nicely to your laptop screen. At almost 13″ wide, it fits perfectly behind any 14″ or larger laptops and adds an appreciable oomph to your PC or Mac. Techno and other styles of music with wide dynamic ranges are all greatly enhanced by the Logitech Z305. Unfortunately, it still has some limitations in sound reproduction and design. Bass is the weakness of this tiny sound-bar which may fail to give you the kick you are missing. Also, the laptop can no longer be closed properly while the Z305 is installed. Overall, the balance of sound price and size all seem to come out in favor of Logitech’s mighty mini. Full details available at Everything USB.

[Full Review @ Everything USB]

New Logitech MK710 Combo Features A 3-Year Battery Life


By Chris Scott Barr

If you’ll recall, last August Logitech released a wireless keyboard/mouse combo that promised incredible battery life. Specifically, you could go three years on your keyboard and one year with your mouse before needing to change the batteries. (Logitech is good to their word, five months in and my keyboard still reads as full, and my mouse isn’t even down to half a charge.) Well the company has decided that it can do a bit better and thus has announced the new Wireless Desktop MK710.

Largely, the two devices are pretty well the same as their predecessors. The mouse seems to have gotten a small design change, but otherwise you’ll find the same features in both. This includes the Incurve keys, hyper-fast scrolling, and the tiny Unifying receiver. The main difference here is that you’ll get three years of battery life out of both devices. That’s right, they’ve somehow tripled the battery life on the mouse. Look for the combo starting in April for the same $99 price.

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Review – Logitech Gaming Headset G330


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If you play PC games with other people online, there’s a good chance that you use some sort of voice chat. When playing WoW, our entire guild would use Ventrilo in order to stay coordinated in raids, or just to chit-chat. I never cared for free-standing mics, so I would always be wearing a headset. Sometimes it can be hard to find one that sounds good, picks up your voice properly and feels comfortable during long-term gaming sessions. This is why I love getting to review new headsets, so you don’t have to figure out the hard way whether or not one is worth buying. Well today I’m going to be sharing my thoughts on the Logitech Gaming Headset G330.

First Look

The G330 headset is of the behind-the-head variety, making it smaller than more traditional headsets. You’ll see that the width is actually adjustable on these, which is a welcome feature not often seen (on behind-the-head styles). The mic extends from the left ear and is adjustable. You will find in-line controls and your choice of standard stereo jacks or a USB adapter for hooking the device to your computer.

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OhGizmo! Review – Logitech Wireless Desktop MK700


By Chris Scott Barr

Last month we told you about a new keyboard and mouse set from Logitech called the MK700. At first glance it seemed like any other wireless combo, but under the surface there were a few things to note. Namely the new “Incurve keys” and an amazing battery life. Well I’ve spent a couple of weeks with this pair of peripherals, and today I’ll share my thoughts.


The second-most notable feature are the new Incurve keys, which are concave keys with rounded edges. These are supposed to be more comfortable than your average keyboard. The battery life is definitely the number one feature, as the mouse can go a year and the keyboard a full three years before either needs a new set of AA’s. An LCD dashboard tells you the status of things like your battery, Caps Lock and Num Lock. Hyper-fast scrolling and a 2.4GHz wireless transmitter round out the main features of this duo.

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Logitech Announces New Lapboard With Retractable Mouse Pad

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By Chris Scott Barr

Laptops are awesome, but they do have their drawbacks. My biggest issue is that I like to use a mouse, rather than the trackpad after a while. Sure, it’s fine for a bit, but a mouse is just so much easier and more comfortable to use. That’s why Logitech has announced a new product that will help in this area.

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This anti-slip laptop board keeps your computer firmly in place and has a slide-out mousing surface. Now you can surf the web on your couch with a mouse. Sure, you could try using the cushion as a mousepad, but it doesn’t always work so well. Since the mousing surface retracts into the lapboard, it doesn’t actually add any extra bulk, making it easily stored. Look for this later in the month for $29.99.

VIA [ Logitech ]