It might take touch typists a little while to get used to the tweaked key positions, but computer accessory maker Logitech says the curved and split key design of its Ergo K860 wireless keyboard can help reduce muscle strain on your wrists and forearms. It also has scooped keys, and a palm rest with an adjustable angle from 0 to -7º.
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Want a mechanical keyboard, but don’t care for the clunky look? Logitech’s latest G-series keyboards are as sleek as we’ve seen, with a slimline aluminum chassis, and half-height GL mechanical keys in clicky, linear, or tactile variants. The G815 is wired, while the G915 is wireless. Both have programmable RGB backlighting.
Logitech’s Harmony Express bucks the trend of large and complicated universal remote controls, thanks to Amazon’s Alexa voice control technology. It works with over 250,000 devices, including other smart home appliances. It sets up easily using a companion mobile app.
Logitech’s 2.0 speakers have looks and sound quality well above their price tag. Their Easy Switch technology conveniently lets you swap sound between a wired device and up to two devices paired via Bluetooth. They also have motion-activated touch controls.
Logitech has brought back its beloved MX518 gaming mouse. The 2019 version retains the shape and glossy finish of the original, but adds a new optical sensor and processor for a more responsive experience. Dedicated buttons let you switch DPI settings on the fly.
Logitech’s new K600 TV is a Bluetooth keyboard designed for use with Smart TVs. It has a built-in directional pad and multitouch trackpad, as well as multimedia playback and left- and right-click mouse buttons. It can also be paired with computers and mobile devices.
A new variant of Logitech’s flagship mouse. The MX Master 2S has the same comfortable shape and adustable click wheel as its predecessor. New to the device is the ability to use the mouse to seamlessly transfer files across up to three computers using Logitech Flow.
A feature-packed mechanical keyboard offering superfast response, with 25% shorter key throw than Cherry MX switches, 26-key rollover, plus the ability to customize the color of every single key. Sadly, like most LED keyboards, it’s Windows only. When will Mac fans get one?