Logitech Updates PC Gaming Peripheral Line with New Products, Style, and Name
Earlier this year, Logitech announced it would discontinue its line of Harmony remotes and console gaming gear. The company's CEO, Bracken P. Darrell, said it'd still keep up with the PC gaming market, and today we find out just what he meant. Logitech G is the company's new line of PC gaming peripherals, with new technology and products in familiar Logitech shapes. Each product has a unique visual flair that sets it apart from its predecessors while including new parts. In total there are eight Logitech G products launching today, with four mice, two keyboards, and two headsets sure to appeal to just about anyone.
The G100s and G400s are optical mice and feature Delta Zero sensor technology for precise accuracy, and the G500s and G700s are laser, with that last one being of the wireless variety. Each mouse also includes new surface materials to keep your hands from sweating profusely during intense gaming sessions. Logitech's G510s and G19s keyboards feature programmable G-keys, custom-color backlighting, and GamePanel LCDs, with the G19s featuring a full-color LCD. Lastly, the G230 headset offers 3.5mm connections and stereo sound, while the G430 has a USB adapter to enable Dolby Headphone and 7.1 surround sound.
All of the new Logitech G products are up for pre-order on Logitech's website and due to arrive next month. For the mice, the G100s is priced at $39.99, the G400s at $59.99, the G500s at $69.99, and the G700s comes in at $99.99. The G510s keyboard will set you back $119.99 while the G19s is at $199.99. If you're looking for a new headset, well the G230 is set for $59.99 and the G430 at $79.99. Each product comes with a three-year worldwide warranty.