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Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

If you are a designer who work with creative software like Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Premiere Pro, you will want this “flagship” keyboard from Logitech, called Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard. What makes this keyboard so unique is the inclusion of a Creative Input Dial (refer to as “Crown”) which gives you greater creative control. The Crown is capable of recognizing the software you use and offers you access to the tools you need with a touch, tap and turn. In the case of Adobe Photoshop, the Crown lets you adjust parameters like image brightness, contrast and saturation, and pretty much anything you desire. Continue reading Logitech CRAFT Advanced Keyboard Comes With A Creative Input Dial

Seriously, We Never Thought Logitech Speakers Could Look This Good!

We all know Logitech makes speakers, but to be honest, I never thought it will look anything but stylish. At least, it is not until I saw the company’s newest addition to its Bluetooth speakers line, the Logitech MX Sound. Touted as the premium Bluetooth speakers, it does indeed look the part of premium and that’s not all, it is the one speaker that is designed from the ground up to delivery both the look and audio prowess. Understanding the need to connect several sources to one set of speaker system, Logitech has engineered MX Sound to do exactly that. Continue reading Seriously, We Never Thought Logitech Speakers Could Look This Good!

Logitech Meetup: A Made-for-Huddle Room Video Conference Camera

If you have not catch on with today’s business operation trend, you ought to educate yourself that huddle room, i.e. small conference area complete with audio, video and display system technology, is a thing and the video conference camera, AKA video collaboration device, you see here is Logitech’s answer to this current trend. Designed from the ground up with businesses who utilise huddle rooms, the Logitech Meetup promised to capture more and provides optimal audio/video experience for smaller meeting areas/rooms, which are often a lot wider and shallower. Continue reading Logitech Meetup: A Made-for-Huddle Room Video Conference Camera

Meet Logitech BRIO, The World’s First HDR and UHD Webcam

I can’t remember the last time I had to turn on an external webcam. These day, most all-in-one PCs already had a built-in webcam which begs the question: is there still a place of external webcams? Perhaps, no, but that’s until Logitech BRIO comes along. How so? Because it records and streams in freaking 4K. And if that’s not enough, it even has support for Logitech RighLight 3 with HDR and that, btw, is also the industry first for a webcam. But how long before in-built all-in-one PC catches up, is anyone’s guess. Then again, if you are a pro YouTuber, or making multi-dollar deals, you wouldn’t want to live stream or video conference with in-built webcam. You probably would want to be pro with your gear too, and this is where BRIO comes in. Continue reading Meet Logitech BRIO, The World’s First HDR and UHD Webcam

Logitech Harmony Now Wants To Control All Your Internet of Things

if you have tons of Internet of Things at home, it probably feels like what Android OS was a decade ago – fragmented and instead of making life easier which IoT really should do, you probably have amassed basket full of remotes, or bountiful of apps on your phone. well, this is where peripheral maker Logitech thinks its new Logitech Harmony Ultimate Home can help. the lineup promised easy access and control over a wide variety of entertainment and home automation devices, so you only have one or a couple of control to deal with, which will, needless to say, make your living less of a clutter with all ‘non-necessary’ remotes out of the way. Continue reading Logitech Harmony Now Wants To Control All Your Internet of Things

What We Have Missed: Day 212, Week 31 In The Year Of 2014

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse Logitech G Stakes Claim As The World’s Fastest Gaming Mouse
with the ability to track over 500 inches per second, the Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury made claim as the world’s fastest gaming mouse. features include a 32-bit ARM processor, lightweight construction, low-friction feet, 8 programmable buttons, and 4 plus 1 DPI settings. available starting August 2014. $59.99. BUY.


Zcan Wireless Scanner Mouse Design to Innovation Has The World’s First Wireless Scanner Mouse
Hong Kong-based Design to Innovation has a wireless scanner mouse that scans in a zigzag motion over whatever you wish to digitize and import them as editable Excel or as text. it also support over 199 OCR languages which works with a Google Translate shortcut to translate scanned words. from $79.00. BUY.


DrinkPure Filtration System DrinkPure Water Filtration Device Lets You Have Clean Water, Always
much like the Lifestraw Go, DrinkPure is a on-the-go filtration system to turn non-potable water into potable water. it uses a 3-step filtration system which includes a special membrane developed by ETH Zurich student Jeremy Nussbaumer and fits over any standard PET bottle. BUY. [via]
Touchpico Handheld Projector TouchPico Turns Any Surface Into A 80-inch Touchscreen… Well, Almost
lets get real. there is no way anyone can turn a wall into a touchscreen and so, TouchPico’s clever idea of using an infrared stylus is your best bet if you adore touching walls. it can projects up to 80-inch and also serves as a functional Android PC, which you are open to do anything with this baby. from $349. [via]
Sunswift Sets Record Sunswift Is Now The Fastest Long Range Electric Car
Australia’s Sunswift sets a new record for being the world’s fastest long range electric car, clocking 310 miles with an average speed of 62 mph on a single charge. it relied on the stored juiced from the onboard batteries without turning on the solar system. looks like there is hope for EVs after all. LEARN MORE.


Logitech Wants A Piece Of Your Summer Parties With The X300 Bluetooth Speakers

wireless speakers, be it Bluetooth or whatever, are a dime a dozen and so we are not going to pretend that this Logitech newest entrant, the Logitech X300 Mobile Wireless Stereo Speaker, to the overcrowded portable speaker segment is anything special. actually, it does have a few tricks up its sleeve. looking at the product image, you might have noticed the slightly angled speaker face (upward and outward) and this design is not mere aesthetic; it is a hint of the driver configuration beneath the grille. under the hood, the X300 features specially angled drivers that is supposed to provide an expansive sound spectrum, “with precise bass response and detailed mids and highs.” and it is, of course, blessed with Bluetooth technology, enabling you wirelessly stream audio from up to 30 feet away, while a built-in lithium-ion battery offers up to five hours of continuous playback. Continue reading Logitech Wants A Piece Of Your Summer Parties With The X300 Bluetooth Speakers

Logitech case+ Wants To Be The Only iPhone Case You Will Ever Need

if you have been following our blog, you probably have read about Snap, the accessory that don’t want to be obsolete just because you switch up make and model of smartphone. well, the Logitech case+ works along the same line, but instead of not wanting to be obsolete it wants to be the only iPhone case you ever need as long as the Apple handset in question is either the 5 or 5s. the case, which is made of plastic with a large brushed metal back, serves as the base of this unique, multi-solution case. obviously, the primary function of the case is to protect your phone while looking pretty, but it has other expanded functionalities too, depending on the magnetic attachments it is used with. the magnetic attachments include a leather cover (+tilt), a juice pack (+energy), a in-vehicle mount (+drive), as well as a wallet (+wallet). keep going for more details of each of the attachments. Continue reading Logitech case+ Wants To Be The Only iPhone Case You Will Ever Need

Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

up to this day, most remote does without backlight and we are perfectly fine with it cos’ after all, there aren’t many buttons that we need to deal with, but that’s an entirely different story if you were to use a keyboard with your home entertainment PC or connected-TV once you kill the lights for your movie night. this is where Logitech put forth a solution: the Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830. honestly, the product name pretty much says it all, but you might want to know that the K830 is actually quite an intelligent piece of peripheral: it automatically adjusts the brightness of the backlit keys in accordance to the ambient light and turns off the illumination after five seconds of inactivity to save power. hit the keys and the backlit kicks back in. Continue reading Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse

for hardcore PC gamers, customizing peripherals like the mouse to suit your gaming style is not an option and with that in mind, Logitech wants its new G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse (quite a mouthful, eh?) to have the customization aspect covered. starting off with a sensor that offers a huge DPI range of 200 all the way up to 12,000 with zero sensor acceleration, zero smoothing or filtering, and zero pixel rounding – allowing an astounding track movement at 300 inches per second. high-resolution aside, what really makes this gaming mouse stands out is the ability to calibrate the sensor based on the gaming surface that you are using it on, regardless whether you are using it on hard or soft, dark or light mouse pads. Continue reading Logitech G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse