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Logitech launches COD: MW3 G9X Mouse and G105 Keyboard

Sure to be a winner for die hard COD fans looking for new gaming gear.

| Peripherals News | Posted: Oct 18, 2011 6:51 pm

Logitech's got its sights fixated on COD: Modern Warfare 3 as the perfect reason to introduce a couple new gaming peripherals to market with the game's logos proudly stamped on them to attract the mass of COD+Logitech fans out there.

 

There's the new Laser Mouse G9X and Gaming Keyboard G105 on offer. Briefing the G9X mouse to begin with, it has a dual-mode scroll wheel and on the fly adjustable DPI settings from 200 up to 5700 DPI. There is also an adjustable weight system where up to 28 grams can be added and the grips are interchangeable, too.

 

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Underneath the mouse is of course the laser sensor and some sleek polytetrafluoroethylene feet, while internally there is enough on-board memory to store up to five profiles. The mouse is not wireless, however, requiring USB connectivity.

 

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As for the G105 Gaming Keyboard, it sports a funky night-vision green LED backlighting feature and has six programmable G-Keys, each providing three modes along with on the fly macro recording capabilities, single touch volume control and media playback, gaming and desktop modes and a vacant USB port for convenient access.

 

Both the Laser Mouse G9X and Gaming Keyboard G105 come in at $79.99 each, with the former coming with a three year warranty and the latter a two year.

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