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Logitech MX Sound 2.0: For Home, and House Music

At S$149, the Logitech MX Sound 2.0 will serve as a hefty first upgrade to your default PC speakers. Yes, you definitely need an upgrade once you know how great Logitech’s new MX Sound is. Why, you ask? Don’t you listen to music? What, still using Spotify with ads? Wha… what are you doing? The Logitech MX Sound 2.0 is clearly designed for the good ol’ desktop – you won’t be lugging them around, that’s for sure. They have a depth of 16cm and a diameter of 8.4cm, but don’t let the seemingly unassuming specs fool you – they’re easily…
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Logitech CRAFT: Turn This Way for Effortless Precision

At just under a kilogram, the Logitech CRAFT lands on your desk with a loud thud.  The latest 960g addition to Logitech’s already impressive lineup of productivity tools promises effortless precision for users willing to shell out the S$329 for it. How will this new contender fare amidst the ever-growing array of creative processing tools? Let’s find out. First impressions are important, and the CRAFT starts off great with its premium looks and feel. The keyboard is nothing short of sturdy, and yet surprisingly sleek. It almost looks portable if you’re still into lugging keyboards that don’t fold on demand.…
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Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum: Pure Typing Bliss at your Fingertips

The G810 Orion Spectrum Keyboard is Logitech’s latest bad boy in the world of mechanical keyboards. Mechanical keyboards create a symbiotic relationship between typing and fun, something which you can never have with a crappy plasticky rubber-dome one. As someone who loves to type and an owner of the legendary IBM Model M keyboard, I must say that I was pleasantly impressed by the G810 Orion Spectrum. After clacking away on the sleek, black keyboard for nearly a month, this keyboard is a beast. Why is the G810 Orion Spectrum that awesome? For starters, it’s definitely because of Logitech’s proprietary…
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G910 Orion Spark – As Recognisable as the Constellation

Nowadays, everyone plays video games. Whether you admit it proudly and proclaim it to the world or stay silent as you bang away on your keyboard in your computer generated fantasy, we all love a solid game. Now, we’re not throwing shade or dissing on console or mobile games but there is a significant portion of fans that much prefer the PC for their gaming fix. But when it comes to playing on a PC, be it desktop or laptop, PCs offer an interesting problem that most console and mobile players don’t really need to consider: the mode of input.…
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