Logitech’s new inclusive gaming accessories are nice but expensive
Finally, gaming accessories that aren’t black.
It’s also more expensive than Logitech’s usual gaming gear, especially if you want to customize the look.
In the image below, you can see most of the new devices. There’s the $229 G735 wireless gaming headset, which costs another $20 if you want the pink earcups and boom mic. You’ll probably want the heart-shaped carrying case too, which is another $40.
Speaking of keyboards, the new range has the $200 G715, which is wireless, and the $170 G713, which is not. Both have a choice of clicky, linear, or tactile mechanical switches, and are in the TKL form factor.
They come with the aforementioned cloud-shaped wrist rest, but if you want keycaps or a faceplate that isn’t white, you better pony up.
The last hardware item is the $100 G705 gaming mouse, which was made for smaller hands. You get Lightspeed wireless connectivity, RGB, and a muted white to match the rest of the range.
Logitech’s Aurora range is available now. If you don’t like the normal gamer aesthetic of brushed metal, black, and RGB, it’s worth checking out. It is a few bucks more expensive than comparable devices.
We can’t decide if that’s because of the “pink tax” or simply because everything is more expensive these days.
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