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Wireless Charging Mouse Logitech mice with your mouse pad

Here a surprised news for gamer’s, Logitech has found a legitimate use for wireless charging mouse: the Powerplay mouse pad, which constantly charges your wireless mouse. Your wireless mouse will never again run out of battery. The company claims it took more than four years of research and development to make it a reality.

Wireless Charging Mouse

Logitech G Powerplay ensures that the mice is always charging and there is no need to dock it separately for charging. Coupled with Lightspeed, the Powerplay tech provides superior connectivity and power performance.

Wireless Charging Mouse

The Powerplay uses electromagnetic resonance to create an energy field that deliver wireless power without interfering with the tracking and data transmission of high-performance gaming mice. It’s a similar idea to what Disney recently created with a room that can wirelessly charge your electronic devices. The magnetic resonance also shouldn’t interfere with any normal computer operations though Logitech says that the charging pad itself is only compatible with Windows, not macOS.

Wireless Charging Mouse

Logitech G invented LIGHTSPEED wireless technology to deliver the ultimate in high-performance wireless gaming. LIGHTSPEED wireless technology is as fast or faster than many leading competitor’s wired gaming mice. So you get the freedom of wireless with no compromises.

Wireless Charging Mouse

The Logitech G Powerplay is the world’s first wireless charging system for gaming mice, which is being launched alongside two new flagship gaming mice Logitech G903 and G703. The Logitech Powerplay is priced around $100 (roughly Rs. 6,433) and will be available some time in August, while the Logitech G903 and G703 wireless gaming mice are priced at $150 (roughly Rs. 9,650) and $100, respectively and will be available in June. India pricing and availability are yet to be known.

Wireless Charging Mouse

So your gaming mouse can pair directly with the POWERPLAY base. This eliminates the need for an additional USB data receiver.