VB - With eight new products, Logitech is making its biggest push into PC gaming in 20 years.
I love my Naga too much. Other then that I already use a g10 and g13.
I've had my MX Revolution and MX Laser mice for around 7 years now, and they still work awesome. They work great for gaming, and Logitech's Set Point software works great too. Back in the PS2 days I owned a Logitech wireless controller, and that thing was better quality than Sony's own controllers, and that is saying alot. Almost forgot to mention my Logitech Z5500 surround sound system, which I've owned for 8 years, which still sounds great! What's really cool, is that my place got broken into, and they stole the control unit for my Z5500, so I phoned Logitech and told them about my situation, and they were nice enough to give me a really big discount on a full new system. Best Buy was selling the Z5500 system for $550.00, and Logitech sold it to me directly for around $350.00 which included shipping. Between the quality of the products and the great customer service, I'm a Logitech customer for life!
That's a pretty nice looking surround sound set although I wouldn't necessarily call that a win/win situation. It's nice that they discounted it but at the same time they could've just sent you the control unit.
Didnt I read, just a few weeks ago, that Logitech were pulling out of the peripherals business??
Looks like they put it back in... giggity
Yeah, I thought so too. Was thinking about rushing out and buying a G27...
The article mentions that "[Logitech] recently announced it would de-emphasize console gaming peripherals."
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