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Logitech Shows Off Their Ultra-Fast Gaming Mouse And Advanced Gaming Keyboard At Engadget Expand

logitech_engadet_expand Every First-Person-Shooting [FPS] gamer needs a good mouse and keyboard combination that can handle high-speed moves and at the end deliver you - the gamer with maximum precision. The Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Ultra-Fast Gaming Mouse and the Logitech G910 Orion Spark RGB Mechanical Keyboard offers unsettling accuracy, 25% faster actuation, improved durability, lightweight menacing design and an intelligent illumination.


 

Logitech G402 gaming mouse features Logitech’s exclusive Fusion Engine sensor technology that can reliably track over 500 inches per second and with an exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology for unrivaled accuracy. It also has eight programmable buttons that can be configured for anything and four DPI settings that can be shifted on the fly. This gaming mouse goes for $59.99, which is a steal in today’s market of gaming hardware.

 

Orion Spark features an exclusive new Romer-G mechanical switches, which can’t be found on any other keyboard. With an actuation point of 1.5 mm, Romer-G switches register your key presses up to 25% faster than competing mechanical switches. Improved durability at 70 million keystrokes, up to 40% longer than others on the market, allows this keyboard to weather the wear and tear of intense gaming. The Orion Spark should be out in the market for purchase and the retail price is $179.99

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