Unifying by Logitech is a proprietary system we can get behind


Now this just makes sense. Instead of having a receiver for every USB wireless device, Logitech managed to stuff the right goods into its Unifying receiver. This little guy can pair with up to six Unifying-compatible Logitech mice and keyboards at the same time, just like Bluetooth peripherals have been able to for ages. The first device should be picked up by Windows and each device after that just needs to be added through the Unifying software pack.[PSGallery=9uav44v4we]

Four products are launching to help get the Unifying party started: Wireless Keyboard K350, Wireless Keyboard K340, Marathon Mouse M705, and Wireless Mouse M505. Expect the whole set to launch in September staring at $49.99.