The Logitech G500s has just about every feature a gamer could dream of, particularly if you play first-person shooters and other games that require pinpoint accuracy.
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Logitech’s UE 6000s are some of the most comfortable headphones ever to lovingly cradle my head. The cushioning in the earcups and under the headband is soft and squishy, and the headband is extendable enough to cater for everyone.
Logitech’s UE Mobile Boombox is the first of its new Ultimate Ears range we’ve had the chance to test, and I have to admit I’m impressed. It’s a small speaker – about 11cm long and 6cm high – that can connect via Bluetooth to up to eight devices in total, and two devices at once. Setup is remarkably easy – I just turned on the speaker, pressed a button on it, and then used my phone and tablet’s settings to pair via Bluetooth.
Microsoft’s Explorer Touch Mouse is a black, wireless laser mouse with five programmable buttons – on the right-click, left-click, and scroll wheel.
Logitech’s keyboard case for the iPad 2 is not a new product, but it’s worth reviewing as it’s quite suitable for both the iPad 2 and the new iPad. Both tablets can fit face-down into the top of the keyboard, to turn it into a case, or they can be slotted into a groove above the keys for use as a keyboard. When you arrange the devices this way, the whole unit essentially becomes a netbook-sized laptop that runs iOS.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.