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Logitech MK545 combo includes a full-sized K454 keyboard and its M510 mouse.
Logitech has announced the CRAFT keyboard. It is the first ever with a context-specific, creative input dial that works with many Windows and macOS apps.
Logitech’s K830 TV illuminated living-room Bluetooth keyboard and trackpad works with almost all Bluetooth equipped Windows, Android, Chrome and even some macOS and iOS devices.
For many years I regarded “computer speakers” with derision. The whippersnappers amongst you readers may not realise it, but the now ubiquitous IBM-compatible personal computer
Logitech has always had a certain design flair as well as a range of useful and well-made accessories. It set a record in 2017 with
Logitech G series is for serious gamers and others, like me, who understand that gaming technology, especially mechanical key switches and Hero optical mice sensors,
The Logitech G610 mechanical gaming keyboard comes with the choice of blue, brown and red mechanical key switches. The colour refers to the type of
Logitech’s Harmony Elite has solved the age-old problem of remote controls breeding like rabbits - one control to rule them all. And its from Logitech so you know it works.
I usually have a Microsoft Bluetooth mouse connected to my Surface Pro 4, and it’s frustrating how much I have to shake it to get
There are peculiar requirements for gaming headsets. Sound clarity, even high fidelity performance, is of course a plus. But they also need a microphone for
Perhaps it’s just me, but intuitively, it seems like the two things don’t go together: a mechanical switch keyboard action, and a wireless connection. Or
For years I’ve been using a Logitech C910 webcam. It took its place atop my then desktop computer’s then monitor back in 2011, replacing a
Some months ago I reviewed one of Logitech’s high end gaming keyboards – the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum – and discovered that, in addition to
Logitech is well known for its computer peripherals: keyboards, mouses, PC games controllers, speakers and headphones, remote controls and, of course, webcams. Strangely, in a
It’s all very well having a web browser built into your smart TV, into your smart Blu-ray player, into your smart almost-everything-else. But using those
I learnt to type on a desktop. A desktop typewriter, that is. An enormous clunky thing with a key travel that must have been a