Logitech Outs Wireless Gaming Headset, Mouse, and Keyboard

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Logitech is hoping to woo the gaming community with its new G-series line of high-end peripherals. The company’s press release says that the products are available now through Logitech’s site (some are backordered already) “and will be rolling out soon with major retailers.”


There’s the $160 G930 Wireless Gaming Headset, with 7.1 surround sound, memory foam-lined headband, noise canceling microphone, ten-hour rechargeable battery, real-time voice morphing, and three programmable buttons used to launch programs directly from the headset.


The $100 G700 Wireless Gaming Mouse features individually sculpted buttons “carefully designed and placed to be easily identifiable by touch,” the ability to assign up to 13 custom keystroke combinations, rechargeable battery, and an included cable that you can attach to the mouse if you don’t trust the wireless connection—it’s also used to recharge the battery.


And finally there’s the $120 G510 Gaming Keyboard (it’s not wireless). It’s got a built-in LCD screen that relays text-based stats and information while playing compatible games, backlit keys, built-in USB audio connections for use with analog headsets, 18 programmable keys, multiple key press recognition, and media playback buttons.

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