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Logitech K310 Washable Keyboard (1)

No matter how squeaky clean your office work space may be, there is one place you may have overlooked: the computer keyboard. Try flipping the keyboard, shake it a few times, and see all the old food crumbs and other cruft that have built up. Many companies has provided cleaning tools to get rid of those nasty bits, but most of the time these brushes and sticky goos have a hard time dealing with hard-to-reach areas. Logitech has come up with an alternative solution: give your old keyboard away and buy a new $40 washable keyboard. The Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 can be submerged in up to 11 inches of water, just leave the USB cord dry. Dunking the keyboard with water can take away those coffee spills, crumbs, and other bits.. The keyboard has drainage holes at the back for easy drying. Meanwhile, the keys are laser printed and UV coated to keep it from fading after repeated scrubbings. The Logitech K310 Washable Keyboard will be available in the United States and Europe this month. Source: Logitech, via Maximum PC Read More

Logitech C615 HD Webcam (2)

It has become apparent that HD webcams are the way of the future. If there is one flaw to complain about these new breed of gadgets, it would have to be their bulky size, especially when some of them have video processors integrated into them. Logitech decides that their HD web camera has to be more portable. The Logitech C615 HD webcam has a design that people might mistake it for a black cobra head. It has an 8-megapixel sensor with auto-focus. Apart from recording high-quality videos with 1,080p resolution, this webcam can be attached on the computer screen and even on a tripod. Meanwhile, its head can spin almost 360 degrees so it can face wherever you want it. The C615 can even adjust its video resolution to 720p if your video chat client cannot handle HD web videos. The Logitech C615 is now available for $80. This HD webcam is compatible to both Mac and PC, which can be connected via USB. Source: CrunchGear Read More

Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse (2)

PC gaming today now requires specialized accessories in order to have a better gameplay experience. Peripherals like a gaming mouse may now be considered a must for every serious PC gamer. The new Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse aims to further enhance that gameplay experience. The new Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse is said to be the successor to the popular Logitech MX518 gaming mouse. Logitech took everything good out of the MX518 and used it on the G400 and added better features. One of them is upgrading to a 3,600 DPI sensor from the previous 1800 DPI. This allows users to make high speed turns without having to make wide hand sweeps. Another upgrade is the increased report rate from 125 to 1000 reports per second. This allows users to make movements and button clicks as close to real time as possible. The new Logitech G400 Optical Gaming Mouse will be available for US retailers by June 19 and for the rest of the world sometime in the middle of July. This new gaming mouse is expected to retail for US$50. Image Source: Logitech Read More

This Logitech Wireless Router is Not Wind-Powered (2)

At first glance, this Logitech LAN-WH450N/GR wireless router looks like a mini wind mill. Thankfully, no. You do not have to put it outside and gather wind to keep your WiFi connection up and running. What appears to be blades on a wind turbine is actually a triple antenna design (or what they love to call "tri-tenna), enabling speeds of up to 450Mbps when using compatible devices. That is, if your country is not considering bandwidth capping. It also comes with a gigabit ethernet if you prefer a more wired connectivity. The Logitech LAN-WH450N/GR wireless router is expected to be available on mid-April for 19,000 yen (about US$230). Source: OhGizmo! Read More

Logitech Introduces M325 Wireless Mouse (2)

Logitech has just released its new M325 wireless mouse, highlighted with a "micro-precise" scroll wheel designed to improve online navigation. Its scroll wheel features 72 tiny ratchets (four times more than other computer mice with scroll wheels) for a smoother page scrolling. The wheel is even tilted for "trouble-free backward or forward Web movement." The Logitech wireless mouse M325 also features an ergonomic shape with textured rubber grips, a unifying receiver that can be left plugged in the computer, and up to 18 months of battery life. Expect the newest Logitech wireless mouse to appear worldwide this April, costing about US$40, or £30 right now for customers in the UK. Source: Logitech, via Engadget Read More

2010 Top Gadget Pick : Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote (3)

The year 2010 may also be considered a year where convenience takes on a new meaning. There have been many new gadgets that came out this year trying to give a one up in terms of convenience. One of them is this Logitech Harmony One Remote Control. The Logitech Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote may probably be the most universal of remote controls. That is because this advanced remote control does not only give you the power to control your TV, it also can control your DVD player, sound system and most other home entertainment devices. It is compatible with around 225,000 devices from 5,000 and more brands. It can also control up to 15 devices at a time, giving you the convenience for using only a single remote control for most of your many devices around the home. The Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote Control is available at Logitech for US$159. Image Source: Logitech Read More

Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard (1)

A keyboard no longer is just any other peripheral with new models being developed. There are now wireless cables that provide added convenience for users who wish to do away with the wires. In the case of the new Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard, it becomes a green gadget of sorts. The Logitech K750 Solar Wireless Keyboard can charge itself whenever there is a light source aside from sunlight. This keyboard can stay charged for at least 3 months in total darkness so you don't have to worry about not having enough power. You can even continue typing in the dark with its brightly lit laser etched keys. It makes use of advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connection that eliminates delays and interference for better wireless keyboard experience. The Logitech K750 Wireless Solar Keyboard is available at Logitech for US$80. Image Source: Logitech Read More

Logitech Speaker Lapdesk N550 (3)

Using a laptop may not be always as convenient to use without a flat desk to put it up on. And it might not be quite as comfortable using while placed on your lap. That is why there are options now available like the Logitech Speaker Lapdesk N550. The Logitech N550 Speaker Lapdesk acts as a useful portable desk where you can place your compact laptop when using it. The lapdesk can be used just about anywhere you wish to use your laptop. It is made of soft air mesh fabric so that it feels good to use when placed on your lap. It also has heat shielding features that protects you from bothersome heat created by your laptop when you use it. What makes the Logitech N550 Lapdesk unique is that it also has a built in speaker to provide better sound quality as you use your laptop. It makes use of a USB connector to both connect to your laptop and power the speakers. The Logitech N550 Speaker Lapdesk is available at Logitech for US$60. Read More

Logitech Revue App for Android Now Out (3)

Even though the Logitech Revue has its own set of accessories for Google TV, the upcoming Revue app for Android could be the most worthy. According to sources, it turns your ordinary Android phone into a full-fledged remote control that is compatible to the Revue box. It also features a trackpad and keyboard, apart from the usual remote control buttons. The Logitech Revue app is now free to download at the Android Market or you can snag it by snapping this QR code. Source: Slashgear, via Engadget Read More

Logitech Revue Now Out! (3)

Logitech debuts its Revue box for Google TV on the device's minisite with more detailed explanation about its features. The device is capable of streaming videos at a 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second. It also contains a TV Cam for video conferencing, HDMI, Ethernet, two USB ports, and connectivity with Logitech Harmony as well as a number of current wireless mice and keyboards from the company. The Revue even comes with a compact keyboard with integrated remote and touchpad. The Revue is now available for preorder for US$299.99. Source: CrunchGear Read More

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