Logitech Launched Wireless Gaming Mouse & Mechanical Keyboard

Logitech Launched Wireless Gaming Mouse & Mechanical Keyboard

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Wireless Gaming Mouse

Wireless Gaming Mouse is priced at Rs. 5,995 & Mechanical Keyboard is priced at Rs. 8,495

Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse: Logitech on Thursday expanded its G-Series gambling peripherals in India by launching the G603 Lightspeed wireless mouse and G613 Lightspeed mechanical computer keyboard. The G603 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse can be obtained with a price tag of Rs. 5,995, although the G613 Lightspeed wireless computer keyboard that was mechanical is priced at Rs. 8,495. Both the new gambling accessories will go through major retailers on sale in the nation later this season.

Wireless Gaming Mouse

The optical detector also helps in reducing energy intake and delivering over 500 hours of gaming experience that is non-stop at the performance.

The Logitech G613 Lightspeed wireless mechanical keyboard, on the other hand, features six programmable G-keys, allowing custom macro sequences and in-app commands that are convenient. You will find Romer-G switches which are actuated at a distance of 1.5mm that’s up to 25 percent shorter and quicker than the leading competitor. The wireless technology is touted to have report speed and Bluetooth connectivity for compatibility. What’s more, the mechanical keyboard is promised to deliver up to 18 months of gaming on two AA batteries.

Wireless Gaming Mouse

“The newest product from the Logitech G portfolio is a designed feature-packed product that is specially shaped for an audience who need impeccable gaming performance. Lightspeed and Powerplay will collectively offer the superlative performance which will untether and uncompromised wireless functionality that a reality,” explained Ashok Jangra, cluster category head – India and SWA, Logitech, in a press statement.

Together with the G603 Lightspeed wireless gaming mouse and the G613 mechanical gambling keyboard, Logitech also showcased it’s G840 XL gaming mouse pad that could house the new peripherals. That mouse pad is yet to be launched in India.