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Logitech Expands Gaming Range With Speaker and Keyboard

Logitech G is expanding its gaming range with a new PC gaming speaker the G560 and the G512 a mechanical gaming keyboard both products have LightSync, software which synchronises lights and sound to gameplay.

The G650 PC gaming speaker has 40 Watts Peak/120 Watts RMS power and 3D audio with DTS:X Ultra 1.0 for in-game positional audio.

The LightSync technology in the G560 speakers can product 16.8 million colours in four lighting zones. LightSync also works with video and music content.  The Logitech G560 features multiple connection options including USB, 3.5mm and Bluetooth.

Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech Gaming says the company wanted products that complimented its G502 gaming mouse, “With LightSync technology we are able to add real intelligence to what RGB lighting can do – synchronising audio and RGB lighting to on-screen gameplay. If you already own a G502, then the new G512 keyboard and G560 speakers with LightSync are the perfect way to complete your desktop, and create a totally immersive solution.

The Logitech G512 keyboard gives gamers two choices between the Romer-G mechanical key switches, Romer-G Tactile and Romer-G Linear. The tactile version provides soft tactile feedback during actuation for gamers who prefer direct feedback, while the linear version gives users a smooth keystroke.

Logitech says the switches actuate up to 25 percent faster than the leading competitor at a distance of 1.5mm, combined with a low-force 45g actuation, to provide near-instant responsiveness.

The Logitech G512 features an anodised and brushed aircraft-grade 5052 aluminum top case for a slim, premium design with rigid durability and an integrated USB extension passthrough port.

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