A new wristband from startup Thalmic Labs will have you controlling your PC, Mac - or seemingly any gadget - with just a flick of the wrist.» Read Article
Wacom finally did the obvious and added multitouch to their critically acclaimed Cintiq lineup.
We wrote about LEAP's ambitious new technology almost a year ago, but it seems like the company is finally on track.
We take a quick look at Logitech's new Zone T400 Touch Mouse, which adds multitouch gestures perfect for controlling new Windows 8 features to any desktop or notebook.
Logitech released an attractive new backlit keyboard that works with your iMac and iPad simultaneously! The peripherals giant also unveiled a new Mac-oriented, rechargeable, multi-touch trackpad.
Many of us are leading an increasingly mobile-centric life, and with Samsung's new Galaxy Note II 'Smart Dock', you might be able to swing the best of both worlds.
You might be more familiar with Mad Catz for their line of 3rd party accessories for gaming consoles like the Xbox 360 and PS3. They run a brisk business in the aftermarket PC industry, too, and the S.T.R.I.K.E.5 looks to be the most configurable keyboard we've ever seen.
Today's release of the new Logitech Broadcaster, a wi-fi webcam that lets you record from wherever you wish, shows that the company is really thinking outside of the box.
We spent some hands-off time with two new high-tech Samsung Windows 8 all-in-ones: the kitchen-oriented Series 5, and the Series 7, suited to hand gesture control from across a living room.
This has been a busy time for Logitech, busily prepping multiple devices in time for the release of Windows 8. Included in the rollout are a pair of multitouch mice, a new Windows 8 trackpad, and even a Bluetooth keyboard with special Windows 8 keys.
Logitech this week updated their popular gaming keyboard line with the new G710+, a mechanical style keyboard with white LED backlighting and aggressive Logitech styling.
Gamers once chose between console comfort and keyboard accuracy. With Steam's new Big Picture Mode, however, gamers may be able to have their cake and eat it too.
Buttons? Scroll wheels? Pish posh, that's so yesteryear. Logitech is joining Microsoft and Apple in creating a mouse whose top is covered with a touch surface instead of using physical buttons and wheels to get the point across.
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