Posts Tagged ‘Logitech’
  • Logitech G27 racing wheel to make virtual driver in all of us a little more lifelike
    by Mike
    Posted August 17th, 2009 at 6:12 am
    Some gamers lover 1st/3rd person shooters. Others are drawn towards RPG's. And some are pulled towards the wild world of racing. While nothing can recreate the 120 degree temperatures and overpowering aroma of racing gas and burning rubber like an actual trip around the track, as technology improves, games mimicking that very activity are becoming better and more life like. In an attempt to bring the track home, Logitech has released an update to the popular and highly realistic G25 steeri...
  • Logitech router/butter knife sheds a boat load of weight
    by Mike
    Posted August 7th, 2009 at 6:18 am
    Those of you who look at your router day in and day out and cant stand to see all of the heft and excessive amounts of plastic may have something to look for in the Logitech Japan's LAN-W300N/R. The main draw here is of course the size -- the insanely thin (for a router) case. Thickness for said router starts out at a still rather svelte 24mm and moves down to a Lindsy Lohan skinny 7mm. Butter is safe no more. As far as actual real specs such as speed, which by the way tops out at 300Mbps,...
  • Logitech Harmony 1100 touchscreen remote is awesome!
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2009 at 12:03 pm
    If any of you have a home full of AV equipment you'll know that pain it is to have to constantly switch between a million different remotes.  You'll also hate it when you can find one of those million remotes.  Universal remotes are nothing new as they have been around for many years.  In recent years however, they have become increasingly complex, almost like miniature computers.  Logitechs Harmony 1100 touchscreen remote is the sequel to last years 1000.  The 1100 features a black ano...
  • On a lighter note: Logitech Announces new Gaming Keyboard, Headset, and Mouse
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2009 at 10:50 am
    While Logitech isn't exactly raking in the money, they still are keeping up with new product releases.  As previously mentioned they are cutting 15% of their workforce in order to try and get back into the black ink.  Wanting to put money issues behind them and focus on the bright future, Logitech is jumping on the CES craze.  Logitech made public the next installments of several different categories including a new keyboard, mouse, and headset.  Click through for the full details. (mor...
  • Logitech giving permanent vacations to 15% of its workforce.
    by Mike
    Posted January 6th, 2009 at 10:14 am
    It what is now a daily occurrence, another company is announcing workforce cuts.  Logitech, while supposedly set to do well this week at CES, is not immune from the current economic hardships.  According to CEO Gerald P. Quindlin: "During the December quarter, the retail environment deteriorated significantly, and moreover, we expect the economic environment to worsen in the coming months and we are therefore taking significant actions to align our cost structure with what is likely to be ...
  • Logitech MX Revolution Review
    by Mike
    Posted January 5th, 2009 at 8:59 pm
    In my quest for the perfect wireless mouse I have spent many hours at Best Buy, Circuit City, Radio Shack, etc.  You  name the electronics store and I've been there.  At first, I wanted to get a bluetooth mouse as to free up a USB port on my Mac Book Pro because we all know the MBP is just loaded with them /sarcasm.  Back on topic.  After testing out many models, and reading many reviews I decided against a bluetooth mouse for a few couple reasons.  One, they aren't as smooth. I would be m...
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