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Logitech to show off its Windows Vista peripherals

Posted on Sunday, January 07 2007 @ 16:40:41 CET by

Logitech will show off a bunch of Windows Vista peripherals next week at CES 2007.

While more than 100 Logitech peripherals will work with Windows Vista, some Logitech peripherals are optimized for the new OS. Products such as the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 Laser offer easy access to the innovative navigational features of Windows Vista, such as Flip 3D, while others — such as the QuickCam Ultra Vision Special Edition webcam — complement the striking new Windows Vista visual experience. The new products will be showcased in the Microsoft pavilion as well as in the Logitech booth.

In addition to being fully compatible with Windows Vista, several of Logitech´s mice and keyboards include buttons that provide quick access to some of the Windows Vista productivity features. With one-touch buttons such as Flip 3D and Search Photo Gallery, the Logitech Cordless Desktop MX 3200 Laser mouse-and-keyboard combination enables people using Windows Vista to find and navigate digital content with exceptional speed and comfort. The keyboard´s touch-sensitive Dynamic Search and Zoom slider is particularly helpful when viewing numerous thumbnails in Windows Photo Gallery or when viewing search results. Another product for enhanced productivity, the Logitech® MX™ Revolution cordless laser mouse has a dedicated Flip 3D thumb wheel so people don´t have to move their hand from their mouse when changing applications. For these keyboards and mice, Logitech expects a late-January release of Version 3.3 of the company´s SetPoint software, which will provide Windows Vista compatibility.



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