Logitech unveils triplet of G-series gaming products
Logitech has made three new additions to its G-series gaming range in the form of a headset, mouse and keyboard.
The Wireless Gaming Headset G930 comes free of a trailing wire, and also boasts 7.1 virtual Dolby surround for helping pin-point where your enemies are in 3D shooters.
Logitech has employed what it describes as “gaming-grade wireless technology” to ensure uncompressed audio streaming, meaning there’s no lag or degradation of sound quality.
The headset also has a noise-cancelling microphone and three programmable keys. Padding on the headband and “plush” ear pads are designed for comfort, and the G930 can go ten hours on a single charge of its battery. Should you run out, apparently the charging base lets you recharge while still wearing the headset.
Although if you’re playing a game for more than ten hours straight, you should probably take a break before the real world starts to look strangely unreal (we can attest that eighteen hours of straight Quake puts you firmly into an alternative reality every bit as potent as a strong hallucinogenic, but with more imaginary lava).
The Gaming Mouse G700 is again wireless, and bristles with 13 buttons, unlucky for some (hopefully your opponent). It’s programmable, so a single button click can perform a complex macro sequence, and the mouse has a full speed wireless connection of 1000 reports per second, Logitech says.
The Gaming Keyboard G510 sports 18 programmable keys with three mode states, giving up to 54 macro settings per game.
It also comes with a 3.5mm audio jack, backlighting for those inevitable night time sessions, and an LCD panel. The GamePanel, as it’s known, displays in-game statistics in real-time, along with PC performance data. Hopefully that’s not just a gimmick and actually provides some useful information.
Both the mouse and the keyboard retail at £89.99, with the headset costing a fair bit more at £149. With the full G-series treatment costing over £300, it’s not something every gamer will be able to afford.
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