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Logitech goes extra-wide-angle with the launch of the Webcam C930e

By - February 15, 2013 2 Pictures
Logitech has pulled back the curtain on a new business webcam that's claimed to deliver the widest field of view in its class. The full HD-capable C930e can also process video in-camera to help reduce computer processor and network strain, and comes with the company's own RightLight 2 technology that automatically adjusts the image for improved visual quality in low-lighting situations. Read More

Logitech introduces $60 wired iPad keyboard aimed at classrooms

Plenty of companies build Bluetooth keyboards for the iPad, with the end goal of trying to make the tablet function more like a laptop. The problem with most of them is that they can be costly, and are not built for the rigors of student life. With this in mind, Logitech is introducing its US$60 Wired Keyboard for iPad, which offers a more reasonable price tag and an extra helping of durability. Read More
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Logitech launches Windows 8-ready touchpad and mice

By - October 17, 2012 11 Pictures
Whatever OS tickles your device fancy, you simply can't ignore the fact that a new release of Microsoft's operating system is just around the corner. If you've just invested in a notebook, PC or All-in-One which is distinctly lacking in the touchscreen display department, however, Logitech has launched three new peripherals to help you get the most from Windows 8. The Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650, Touch Mouse T620 and Zone Touch Mouse T400 will all be available later this month. Read More
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Logitech Broadcaster Wi-Fi Webcam is made for video bloggers

By - October 16, 2012 12 Pictures
Logitech has just introduced a new HD camera specifically geared towards vloggers. It is also designed to work with Apple products only, so Windows users will have to look elsewhere for their broadcasting goodness. It actually integrates with a Mac's existing webcam, so it can serve as a second perspective to bring more professional quality to live streamers and video bloggers. Read More
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Logitech's K310 washable keyboard

By - August 23, 2012 6 Pictures
Most people don't think about it, but in a typical office the filthiest object in the room is the computer keyboard. Go ahead, pry off the keys behind any keyboard you've had for a few months and you're likely to find a mess of dust, food crumbs, sticky coffee stains, and other debris. Cleaning this grimy mess is a tedious task at best, unless of course you're packing the likes of Logitech's new K310 - a washable keyboard designed to be submerged in water so that cleaning it is as easy as doing the dishes. Read More
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Logitech adds Bluetooth to its K760 solar keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone

By - May 30, 2012 3 Pictures
Wireless keyboards are great, that is until you have to replace or charge the battery. Logitech is looking to keep those batteries charged with its Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760 solar keyboard for Mac, iPad and iPhone. The wireless keyboard holds up to a three-month charge from just a few hours under the sun - or desk lamp - and can connect to up to three devices at once. Read More
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iPad protective cases use light to extend functionality and battery life

By - May 7, 2012 13 Pictures
Last April, Logitech partnered with ZAGG to release a rather smart iPad case with built-in physical keyboard. The company has now announced a new book-style case for Apple's tablet where the power for the included Bluetooth keyboard comes from batteries juiced up by built-in photovoltaic panels. The Solar Keyboard Folio won't help an iPad last any longer, though. Fortunately, Wireless NRG has developed a tough extended battery case for the iPad that also packs light-soaking cells on its flap that can keep the protected tablet going for up to ten days. The panels on both cases don't just rely on direct sunlight for power, as they can also take advantage of indoor light too. Read More
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