Peripheral and accessory maker Logitech has debuted three new G-series gaming peripherals designed to put excitement and utter domination into players’ PC-based games: the Logitech Wireless Gaming Keyboard G510, the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700, and the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930. The keyboard offers an exclusive GamePanel LCD that keeps vital information constantly in view without consuming previous screen real-estate, the mouse offers 13 programmable controls, and the headset supports 7.1 audio with two-way uncompressed audio streaming so opponents will be able to hear ever last nuance of your trash talk.
“The new G-Series products give every gamer a competitive advantage,” said Logtech senior manager of gaming product marketing Elliott Chin, in a statement. “Everything about the new G-Series lineup helps you win, no matter what game you love to play.”
The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510 features 18 programmable keys with three mode states, giving players up to 54 programmable macro functions per game; users can pre-define macros for games, or create new ones on the fly for particular situations. The keyboard also includes Logitech’s GamePanel LCD display that keeps real-time game stats and PC performance information constantly available without consuming previous on-screen pixels. The keyboard also features customizable RGB backlighting and 3.5mm audio jacks for a headset. The G510 carries a suggested retail price of $119.99.
Next up, the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 features 13 “precisely placed” controls that can be used for single actions or macros, and features a quick-connect charging cable that can provide power even when the mouse is in use, and promises a lag-free wireless experience with up to 1,000 reports per second. It carries a suggested retail price of $99.99.
Finally, the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 supports 71. Dolby surround sound and “gaming-grade” wireless technology that supports two-way uncompressed audio streaming. The headset also has three programmable “G-keys” that let users control music, voice morphing (because it’s really important to sound like a helium-breathing pixie when fragging enemies) and chat clients without fiddling with separate applications. The headset comes with a charging base, and Logitech says it’ll run for up to 10 hours on a single charge. (If you plan on gaming more than 10 hours, you can use the headset while it charges.) The G930 is available not for a suggested price of $159.99.