Entries in Logitech (16)


Logitech G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Meet the G602, Logitech's latest wireless gaming mouse for 2013 that isn't afraid to tell you all about its battery life specifications. That's because the G602 boasts an awe-inspiring battery life of up to 250 hours, or up to a staggering 1,440 hours when using the G602's Endurance mode, for straight up relentless and uninterrupted hardcore gaming. Admittedly Logitech does make other wireless mice that can put the G602's battery life to shame, but it is currently Logitech's longest lasting wireless gaming-grade mouse and we quite like the sound of that. Like Logitech's flagship G700s wireless gaming mouse we reviewed earlier, the G602 is fixed on mechanical and material durability, and is also billed as a gaming mouse for both PC and Mac users.

With a cool-sounding Delta Zero sensor that's designed to be power efficient without sacrificing tracking accuracy, the G602 may not be as fully-featured as the G700s, but it sure does give a lot in return for its relatively affordable price point. So before ado is in anyway furthered, let's find out wow the G602 stack up against Logitech's G700s, and more after the jump!

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Logitech TK820 Wireless Keyboard Review

The TK820 wireless keyboard is Logitech's latest all-in-one solution for Windows 8 users looking to take full control of the multi-touch gestures and capabilities that Windows 8 has to offer at a desktop, and even at a living room environment. The TK820 tout 6 months of battery life, and features a full sized keyboard layout flanked by a generously large built-in trackpad that although has been designed to work with Windows 8 and all of its 13 multi-touch gesture controls, will also play nicely with Windows 7. We've got a full review on this sleek new all-in-one device down below!

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Logitech Z600 Speakers Review

Just as we've got done drooling over the phenomenally outstanding UE Boom wireless portable speaker, Logitech has introduced another wirelessly detached apparatus designed this time for indoor use, preferably placed within a stationary computer setup. Logitech's new Z600 are a pair of stereo wireless Bluetooth speakers that although aren't designed for portable use, can be wirelessly paired with up to three devices simultaneously like a tablet, laptop, Desktop PC or smartphone no matter what brand they originate from. With an unconventional stylish pillar design and a silvery fabric finish that'll compliment any Mac, the Z600 speakers each feature three drivers arranged to throw immersive 360-degree sound inspired by the UE Boom. Will these twin towers of wireless audio freedom have what it takes to embellish your desk with their powerful, albeit minimalist presence? We've got your answer plus more in our comprehensive review down below!

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Logitech G700s Review

One of the names we never get tired of hearing about is Logitech. They company recently rebranded its hardcore gamer-pleasing G Series of gaming peripherals, and with that also its entire fleet of speciality gaming mice, headsets and keyboards. But today we're specifically going to be talking about the G700s, Logitech's new flagship wireless gaming mouse which has replaced the plain-looking G700 with a fresh coat of skin along with a few other enhancements, albeit minor. As a successor to one of the most sought-after wireless gaming mice, the G700s has got quite the reputation it needs to one-up. Has Logitech improved an already great gaming mouse with the introduction of the G700s? Let's go find out!

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Logitech Rechargeable Bluetooth Trackpad T651 Review

Well-known PC peripheral-focused company Logitech has caught Gadgetmac's attention with their more recent expansion into Mac accessories. Up on the chopping board today is Logitech's Rechargeable Trackpad T651 with Bluetooth connectivity. If you already own Apple's Magic Trackpad, the T651 may look familiar, if not completely identical. Designed to work just like the trackpad on your Macbook, the T651 is compatible with all of the Multi-Touch gestures available on OS X 10.6.8 or later. Logitech's T651 trackpad is taunting the die-hard Apple users out there with its sleek design and seam-less compatibility with Mac computers, but is it enough to stand up next to Apple's own Magic Trackpad? That is what we are here to decide. Skip on past the break to see our final verdict and the full review. 

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Logitech UE 9000 Headphones Review

Here to finally complete our review coverage of Logitech's incredibly solid headphone lineup are the UE 9000 headphones. Saying that we were impressed by Logitech's reasonably priced UE 4000 and UE 6000, the result of two experienced brands that have merged into one well oiled audio machine, is an understatement. The UE 9000 are Logitech's top of the range over-ear headphones loaded to the brim with all kinds of tech like active noise-cancellation, wireless Bluetooth connectivity, headset features and plenty of phat sound to bring them wubs to life. Should you be rocking a pair of UE 9000 in the name of wireless audio? Find out in our comprehensive review down below!

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Logitech Bluetooth Easy-Switch K811 Keyboard for Mac Review

Logitech is back with yet another superb keyboard, and this time one that's exclusively designed with Mac and iOS users in mind. Logitech's Bluetooth Easy-Switch K811 keyboard for the Mac is the wireless twin brother, a silver and black derivative of the wonderful K810 keyboard made for Windows 8 and Android devices. Logitech is slowly but surely overtaking Apple's line of peripherals with its own Magic Trackpad and Apple Wireless Keyboard alternatives, which offer more practicality with refreshing sleek designs to boot. We've got the lowdown on the Bluetooth Easy-Switch keyboard after the cut!

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Logitech UE 6000 Headphones Review

Here they are, Logitech's mid-entry pair of over-ear headphones with active noise-canceling and pretty much everything else you could ever ask for. The UE 6000 are exactly the type of headphones you get when Logitech and Ultimate Ears bring together loads of experience and understanding in sound, technology and product design. These are Logitech's reasonably priced mid-level cans which sit right in-between the affordably priced on-ear UE 4000, and the more premium priced wireless Bluetooth over-ear UE 9000. With so many features and a wicked awesome design at a $200 price range, the UE 6000 might be our most favorite over-ear headphones of 2012. Lots more in the full review down below!

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