Logitech's new lineup includes a new mouse!
3/9/2005 4:37:00 PM
There's some good stuff coming out of Logitech and the big news besides the PSP stuff is the announcement of the MX518
mouse. It has on the fly adjustment, sorta like the Razer's but it increases resolution. Sadly, it's not using the laser engine that the MX1000
does and still looks like the MX500
. You can see more info about the mouse here
Logitech MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse
Many of todayâ€™s best-selling games present constantly changing scenes that
require lightning fast moves in one instant, but in the next ask for pixel
precision. Logitech has created the perfect weapon for adjusting to these
scenarios on-the-fly: the LogitechÂ® MX518 Gaming-Grade Optical Mouse. This
new mouse puts quick-shift controls at gamersâ€™ fingertips â€“ with one click,
gamers can instantly increase and decrease mouse resolution from as high as
1600 dots per inch (dpi) to as low as 400 dpi. Software is not required but
once installed, allows gamers to program specific intervals as opposed to
the 1600, 800 and 400 dpi default setting. The mouse will be available in
April and has a suggested retail price of $49.99 in the U.S.
Logitech PlayGear products for PSP
Logitechâ€™s first products for the chic and ultra-powerful PSP, the PlayGear
family of accessories are designed to complement the device with innovative
functionality, while reflecting Logitechâ€™s renowned design expertise.
Created for the discerning PSP enthusiast, these products include: the
LogitechÂ® PlayGear Pocketâ„¢ case, stylish and versatile protective armor for
the PSP; the LogitechÂ® PlayGear Stealthâ„¢ earphones, which provide
high-quality audio performance and a custom fit with three soft rubber ear
fittings; the LogitechÂ® PlayGear Ampâ„¢ portable speakers, featuring a
collapsible design and carrying case that makes it easy to take the
speakers on the road for rich sound anywhere; and the LogitechÂ® PlayGear
Shareâ„¢ audio splitter, which creates a pair of open 3.5 mm ports, allowing
friends to use two sets of headphones on one PSP device.
Complete releases and product images can be found at