RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
March 21, 2023
Logitech makes some of the best keyboards and mice around, and you might be familiar with the company’s RGB-packed gaming products. These new peripherals are packed with color, but we are not talking about lights.
We have used Logitech products for years and they work as advertised. We love the backlit K800 keyboard as well as the MX Master 3 mouse.
Logitech has announced a range of new colors for a bunch of its products, including the K580/K585 Slim Multi-Device Wireless Keyboard, MK470 Slim Combo, POP Keys, and POP Mouse. These products have been out for some time, but you can now buy them in Mist, a grayish color with a hint of sand, and Cosmos, a combination of lavender and mystic purples. Refer to the below images:
Logitech says they are a perfect addition to any Gen Z or Millennial desk, although we would argue they are a great choice for anyone looking to add a splash of color to their desk. The K585 is a multi-device Bluetooth keyboard with a slot for a phone or tablet, and the MK470 is a combo package of a slim Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. The POP Keys is a bright and fun keyboard with rounded keys and customizable emoji keys, while the matching POP Mouse is a normal Bluetooth mouse but with unique color designs. See the below image:
You can now buy these new keyboards, in addition to all previous keyboards (which are already pretty neat in their own right) on Logitech’s website.
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