The Logitech G Pro X Superlight is a premium gaming mouse with best-in-class wireless connectivity, a top-performing sensor and featherweight design.
It’s a great mouse without many customizable options. It is good for everyday work and gaming. It works well on different surfaces and is easy to transport.
The Logitech MX Anywhere 3 wireless mouse is small and portable but packs heavy-duty features, like the ability to share data across and control three PCs.
The Logitech G915 TKL wireless mechanical keyboard has a slim and sturdy frame and the option to easily switch between two types of cable-free connections. But it’s very expensive.
The Logitech G733 Lightspeed wireless gaming headset is lightweight and offers good sound, but it uses rigid plastic to get there and the microphone quality isn’t amazing.
The Logitech G203 Lightsync is good-looking but pretty basic. That’s fine for the many gamers seeking something simple, but there’s stiff competition with other cheap gaming mice.
Logitech’s G Pro X headset is a full package with great sound, customizable software and plenty of accessories.
With refined looks, solid feel, great sound and long-range wireless tech, Logitech’s G Pro X Lightspeed offers a lot to like.
With a 96 hour battery life with lighting, and 1,080 hours without it this could be the perfect mechanical keyboard for those looking to eliminate those pesky cables.
The Logitech G230 gaming headset is priced attractively. We put it through our testing to see whether the product was also a good value.
We review the Logitech G810 Orion Spectrum, outfitted with the company’s own Romer-G switches instead of the industry standard Cherry, plus full RGB lighting.
We review Logitech's spartan-looking G610 Orion gaming keyboard. For $120, you get white backlighting and Cherry MX Brown mechanical switches.