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Logitech’s Solar-Powered Keyboard Never Needs Fresh Batteries – Get It For $38

Remember the little calculator you had in school that powered itself via a tiny solar panel? Logitech makes an entire wireless keyboard based on the same concept, and it’s on sale for $38 today, within a few bucks of an all-time low. Assuming you don’t live in a cave, you’ll never have to charge it.Read […]

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The Best Gaming Headphones Under $100

If you’re serious about gaming, you need a good pair of headphones. And if you want to communicate to your team, you’re going to need a mic too. But that doesn’t mean you have to drop a ton of money on something that will address both issues. So to find out which headset does the […]

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This Is As Cheap As You’re Likely to See a Cherry MX-Equipped Mechanical Keyboard

While most mechanical gaming keyboards look like props from a Transformers movie, Logitech’s G610 would look right at home in a nondescript office, and Amazon’s offering up the red switch models for an all-time low $60 today, which is one of the best prices we’ve ever seen on any keyboard with genuine Cherry MX key…Read […]

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Hit the Road With Logitech’s Popular Racing Wheel For an All-Time Low Price

Whenever Logitech’s G29/G920 racing wheels go on sale, they don’t stay on sale for long. So peel out and get over to Amazon to score yours for $200, the best price ever. Just be sure to get the model that’s compatible with your console of choice.Read more… Continue Reading at http://jalopnik.com

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This $60 Logitech Mechanical Keyboard Isn’t Too Obnoxious For Your Office

Most mechanical keyboards feature blinking lights, stylized corners, and features geared towards gamers, but Logitech’s K840 wouldn’t draw any sideways glances in an office environment. $60 is as cheap as it ever gets, so go ahead, jump on the clicky key bandwagon.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Why the Hell Would Anyone Use a Trackball Mouse?

With its big rolypoly ball and huge hand rest, the venerable trackball mouse looks like a holdover from 1996. Or maybe 1946—that’s the first time a trackball was used as an input device in a computer. Its popularity has waned since the introduction of the mouse and then the trackpad. And for good reason. Those […]

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