Logitech

  • Logitech's Harmony One gets reviewed

    [photopress:Logitech_Harmony_One.jpg,full,center] I’m a big fan of my Harmony 520 remote from Logitech, and was pretty impressed with its new Harmony One at CES, but I was only allowed a few moments with it, it was quite popular and Mossburg cut me off. Robert from About.com’s Home Theater blog has a pretty good and pretty fair review up now. If you’re a home theater nerd… Read More

  • Logitech announces official steering wheel for Gran Turismo

    Just in time (not really) for the release of the latest iteration in the Gran Turismo franchise, Logitech has announced the Driving Force GT racing wheel, which appears to be the most advanced wheel ever created. It features the usual force feedback, but it’s said to be more powerful this time and it has a 24-position real-time adjustment dial so you can tweak your brake bias… Read More

  • Logitech's CES cavalcade: New Harmony Remote, Squeezebox lead the day

    [photopress:diNovoMini_TOP_OPEN.jpg,full,center] Logitech just announced five new products including an impressively updated Harmony remote, the One, and a new Squeezebox. Take, for example, this weird thing. The diNovo Mini is a mini keyboard for gamers. It includes a little touchpad and works with most media center PCs. It uses Bluetooth 2.0 to connect to most desktops. $149.99 in January Read More

  • Review: Logitech G9 Laser Mouse


    So, of Logitech’s Big Three mice, I don’t know which is the sexiest. The MX Revolution is certainly a looker, but this G9’s understated profile and swappable shell is also pretty nice. The MX Air is like a critter out of Halo, but since I’ve never touched one we’ll leave it out of the rest of this review. In any case, it’s safe to say that Logitech has… Read More

  • The Essential Blake Robinson Holiday Gift Guide


    Certified thumbs up. It’s been a fast year for me, but a year of learning. A move across the country, major life upheavals and all sorts of things in-between. What have I learned? Well, I’m just as jaded as ever. It takes more to impress me than should be reasonable and yet, once in awhile, products cross my path that make me do a comical double-take and sometimes find their way… Read More

  • CG Holiday 2007 Recommendation: Logitech Harmony 520 Universal Remote

    If you’re a home theater nerd, as I am, then you probably have more remote controls than limbs. With an HDTV, DVD player, surround sound system, cable box, and other components, it’s easy to let remote build-up happen. Sure, there are universal remotes, but for the most part they just consolidate everything into one unit, you still have to tell it every single command. That’s… Read More

  • Logitech + Skype = Videocalls

    Remember how on G.I. Joe, or M.A.S.K. or pretty much every rad cartoon how they had giant wall sized screens they’d use to make videocalls to each other? And how, even though they couldn’t find him, they always seemed to be able to dial-in Cobra Commander? They were using Skype. Read More

  • Logitech keyboard for the Wii

    Because you do so much surfing on your Wii, Logitech has announced the Classic Keyboard 200. The full-sized USB keyboard is spill-resistant so when you knock over your grape soda in a fit of rage while waiting for the damn dialogue to finish during Paper Mario you’ll be okay. I realize you won’t be using the keyboard during game play, but it’ll be close enough to suffer from… Read More

  • Logitech Introduces ClearChat USB Headsets


    The ClearChat Pro has volume control built-in to the earpiece Whether you use Ventrilo for talking to guild members in World of Warcraft or Skype for calling family overseas, one thing is certain: you’ll need a good headset. Today Logitech has launched two new headsets that are both OS X and Windows compatible. The ClearChat Pro and ClearChat Comfort are supposed to sound better than… Read More

  • Logitech Announces G51 Gaming Surround Speakers, More Lifelike Frags


    Another day, another very decent 5.1 gaming-centric PC surround system. I had a chance to play a FPS with these suckers at a Logitech briefing a few months back, and for a minute I thought the back of my skull had been pierced. Full specs and press release after the jump. And they ship in October for about $200. Read More

  • Logitech's Alto Cordless Notebook Stand Announced


    Logitech released today the latest addition to their line of Alto notebook stands. This one is, you know, cordless, and also comes with a keyboard and three USB ports for all your printer/monitor/iPod needs. Not shabby for $100 if you want to give your wrists a break from your laptop’s slimmed-down keyboard. Product page Read More

  • Logitech Introduces Pure-Fi iPod Stereos


    The Logitech Pure-Fi Dream Guess what? Logitech is now stepping up its line of iPod accessories with a whole new series of music systems called Pure-Fi. First up is the Pure-Fi Anywhere, which offers one touch shuffle and repeat, a remote, 2-inch Max-X drivers, and a 10-hour rechargeable battery. That sells for $150 and will be available this month along with the Logitech Pure-Fi Dream… Read More

  • 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