Logitech's latest laser tracking technology in their Performance MX and Anywhere MX mice, Darkfield, promises to track even better than standard lasers multiple surfaces not possible before. The most impressive one? Glass.
At first glance, the Universal Remote MX-810's $399 price tag would turn off people who are used to Logitech's useful, but affordable, line of universal remotes. The 810 does have RF and IR, 44 hard buttons, "easy" shortcut buttons like DVD, DVR, All On/Off and the ability to control 24 devices and 24 activities for…
Logitech's apparently planning a run into the air mouse market with its MX platform. It looks to sport both gyration-based movement and a standard laser, though they're supposedly holding off on Bluetooth in favor of RF. Expected drop date is sometime this summer.