• Logitech V470: Bluetooth Mouse With Lasers

    Who doesn’t need a mouse with Bluetooth? Seriously? I sure as heck could use one. I’ve acclimated myself to touchpads and all, but a mouse would be so much easier to use. The V470 mouse features Bluetooth 1.2 and has a side-to-side scrolling plus zoom (allows you to scroll horizontally or vertically and zoom in and out), battery life up to four months and it comes in high-gloss blue… Read More

  • Logitech Wave Wireless Desktop

    Keyboards are such a fundamental component of computing that they often exit largely unnoticed. That old dependable cornerstone of your life that you probably only consider when something is wrong with it. It’s easy to do. Unfortunately, this position leaves the keyboarding with few advancements as the computing world upgrades at the rate of Moore’s Law. But change is in the air… Read More

  • Logitech Announces G9 Laser Mouse, Updates G15 Keyboard

    If you’re looking to take your gaming to the next level then check out the Logitech G9 laser mouse. Why? Because I said so. Heh. The G9 is no joke, folks. You have full control over the performance characteristics of the mouse, which is great, but some douche is going to cry foul and say someone messed with his dpi setting. Aside from adjusting the dpi from 200 to 3,200 are the… Read More

  • Logitech Wave Keyboard Sure Is Awful Pretty

    This keyboard is like water, a hammock, and a sleepy woman. Logitech just launched the Wave keyboard, a keyboard that “conforms to you” in the same way that the stock photography used on the Logitech site conforms to the concept of objects conforming to your body. The keyboard itself is wireless and aimed at Vista users but also works in OS X. They’ve added some ergnomic… Read More

  • Logitech VX Nano Mouse

    Looking for a notebook mouse that doesn’t suck? Might want to peep Logitech’s latest offering, the VX Nano Cordless Laser Mouse. With a reported six months of battery life on just two AAA batteries, this mouse is great for just leaving in your travel bag. The USB receiver is almost microscopic when compared to others on the market. So far, we’re lookin’ good here. Word… Read More

  • Logitech MX Air Review

    Logitech announced today the MX Air, its newest play at the home theater PC market. The mouse brings a lot of new elements to the market and I’m happy to say that it performs quite nicely. Read More

  • Logitech Introduces Carl Zeiss Webcams

    Logitech today announced two new webcams that each incorporate hot Carl Zeiss lenses. The QuickCam Pro 9000 (above) is true 2-megapixel cam intended for desktop use, while the QuickCam Pro for Notebooks incorporates the same features into compact and portable unit that includes a tripod. Both of the units carry a price point of $99 and should be available soon. I had the opportunity to look… Read More

  • Alto Stands, Live, On Video

    http://admin.brightcove.com/destination/player/player.swf What do you get when you mix two fellows in white button-down shirts, a laptop stand, and a video camera? Family fun for all ages, silly. Logitech Alto Express and Alto Connect Notebook Stands (video) [Notebooks] Read More

  • Logitech Drops a Bunch of Notebook Gear

    Logitech is beginning to drop a barrage of gear. The first set of gear up is aimed at the notebook market. By far the most interesting product from this array is the Alto Connect (pictured above). In addition to providing a better angle on which to pound away on your computer, it also offers a four port USB hub and cable management. It’ll retail for $80 — but that’s not all! Read More

  • Slim Devices/Logitech Transporter Streams Beautiful Music

    Those of you looking to drop a ton of money on a digital audio streaming device should look no further than Logitech’s new Transporter Network Music Player. This long device is said to deliver audiophile-quality sound from almost any source. Hook up an ethernet jack to the Transporter and you can stream music from any Mac or PC you have lying around the home. You can output your tunes in… Read More

  • Logitech X-240 Speakers With iPod Dock

    Logitech has announced the suprisingly low-priced X-240 speaker system. For $50, you get two satellite speakers and a subwoofer to crank out the bass, plus an “audio control center” where you’ll be able to dock an iPod or Zune via interchangeable docks. It’s not due out until April, but it seems like a decent system for the price regardless if you even own a Zune, iPod… Read More

  • Battle Test: Logitech diNovo Edge

    Logitech’s diNovo series is intended for more aesthetically minded consumers. The series found success a couple of years ago with the release of the diNovo Media Desktop, a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard combo that had a separate keypad that could serve as a sort of remote. This year Logitech has decided to revisit the series and give it an Edge, a diNovo Edge, that is. The Logitech… Read More

  • Unboxed: Logitech diNovo Edge

    Logitech is poised to soon release the diNovo Edge, the self-proclaimed “World’s Most Advanced Keyboard.” Our review unit just arrived and I fired off a few preliminary shots for your viewing pleasure. Read More

  • Logitech Acquires Slim Devices, Won't Stop the Music

    Logitech sure thinks this networked audio thing is a trend that will take off, given its recent acquisition of Slim Devices, which would be a great name for a geeky card shark, but is also a network music player company that emphasizes audio quality over pesky things like price. That being said, Slim Devices has quite the reputation for quality, being the manufacturer of the popular Squeezbox. Read More

  • Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 With Antimicrobial Technology

    Although Blake is our resident germ-freak, none of us enjoy the thought of having any kind of microbiotics crawling all over something we spend half the day with our hands on – and we’re not talking about our own bodies. The Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 not only solves that with patented AgION antimicrobial technology, it’s wireless, got loads of buttons customized… Read More

  • Logitech Drops Stereo-to-Surround Sound Upconverting Speakers for Gamers

    , and Logitech does not want to be left out of the coven. It’s kicking down this new series of speakers for gamers that takes old-fashioned 2-channel stereophonic output and upconverts it using voodoo. And if for some reason you’re a gamer with a flat panel, the center speaker has a nifty clip so you can mount it atop your LCD. Logitech says the speaker packages are an… Read More

  • Logitech To Cool Sweaty Palms Of PS3 Users, Make America Safe

    The ChillStream controller for PS3 from Logitech features a built-in fan-based cooling system to keep even the sweatiest of your competitors from using that “hey, my hand slipped” excuse. The controller has three vents on each side pushing air directly onto your fingers and palms and can be set to high, low or off. Logitech also claims the fans are quiet during operation. Fans… Read More

  • Keyboard As Art: Logitech diNovo Edge

    Logitech’s first rechargable keybord, the diNovo Edge is the long-awaited update to the slim-and-pretty 2003 model. It uses Bluetooth, which gives you extended range over RF keyboards, so controlling a media center PC from you couch isn’t out of the question. The keyboard features every kind of high-end advancement Logitech could think of apparently. The body is laser cut from… Read More

  • Logitech Set to Launch New Bluetooth Headphones for iPod

    Logitech is here to help you with your non-Bluetooth-enabled iPod woes with these new Free Pulse headphones that just cleared FCC approval. The Bluetooth-enabled headgear comes with an adapter for your 4th gen or 5th gen iPod, your Nano, or your Mini, and allows you to look like even more of a nerd than you do with your Bluetooth phone earpiece thing. That’s right, I said it. No pricing… Read More

  • Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0: Those Are Some Speakers

    Logitech is really firing on all cylinders these days, at least in terms of industrial design and usability. These Z-10 speakers look way cooler than almost anything else I’ve seen out there and, if past experience is any guide, should sound halfway decent as well. The speakers have a touch sensitive surface and reverse LED that is compatible with iTunes, Windows Media Player, Winamp… Read More