Tag Archive: logitech


Author:
Mike Adams
08/16/2012

Tech Support?

Time to exit, stage left…

I have had an incredible time writing these blogs over the last couple of years. While I have never actually managed to get a good schedule down for writing them on a consistent basis, I always enjoyed getting some time set aside to do so. So it is with a heavy heart that I inform the regular readers of the TechTalk blog that as of now, there will be no longer be any updates to it for the foreseeable future. We will leave the page up though, for anyone who still has lingering questions about any of the “How-To” articles we have written, or just want to watch one of our videos again. So thank you all very much for just reading my (and my colleagues’) articles, it has been a pleasure.

Logitech G330 Gaming Headset Review

Author:
Mike Adams
05/18/2011

TechHub employee Roy geeks out on the headset

TechHub employee Roy geeks out on the headset

Being able to communicate effectively with your team can mean the difference between life and death. This is true in life…and this is especially true in the online arena. Being able to tell someone to get out of the fire or telling the tank that you pulled aggro on the boss (which can happen occasionally as a hunter) can mean a success instead of a wipe. (In case you can’t tell, the game I am talking about is World of Warcraft.) In the old days, I would have had to type everything in “raid chat”, hoping that the person it was directed to would see it, and on top of that, it would take precious seconds to even type my message/warning in the first place. Well, I now live a world that includes Ventrilo and the Logitech G330 Gaming Headset. Check out my take on this headset after the break.

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Author:
Kyle Holmes
02/03/2010

The Logitech Classic 200 Keyboard

The Logitech Classic 200 Keyboard

The Logitech Classic Keyboard 200, is as its title suggests – a classic. If you’re looking for a cheap, durable wired keyboard, this is definitely the deal for you. Continue reading

Author:
Kyle Holmes
5/15/2009

The Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse

The Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse

Let’s get right to it – You’re looking for a cheap and reliable mouse that you can use with your desktop, or carry around with your laptop. You don’t want to have to deal with batteries or wireless USB receivers or any of that Bluetooth mumbo-jumbo – you just want something that will plug in and work. Well ladies and gentlemen; the Logitech Optical Wheel Mouse is the answer for you.

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Logitech MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse Review

Author:
Mike Adams
02/03/2009

The Logitech MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse

The Logitech MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse

I’ll be the first to admit, I barely know the first thing about polling rates and high dpi when it comes to mice. The man who knows that kind of stuff would be the TechHub’s very own Yan Lin, a man I am in awe of when it comes to technical knowledge. I just know when I like a mouse, and when I don’t like a mouse. What feels comfortable, and what does not. The Logitech MX620 Cordless Laser Mouse is a mouse I like.

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Kyle’s Cheaper Alternative for January 2009

Author:
Kyle Holmes
12/30/2008

This month Kyle’s Cheaper Alternatives looks at the Logitech Desktop LX310 Laser Keyboard+Mouse combo pack. Oftentimes students and faculty members find themselves wanting to go wireless, either with their desktops or laptops. Those that have already liberated themselves from the constraints of keyboard/mice wires can attest to the luxurious lifestyle it provides: being able to type while reclining in one’s chair and from a distance is just the surface of a few benefits from this wireless duo. While the high end Microsoft, Apple and Logitech wireless keyboards and mice can cost an arm and a leg, the LX310 provides a much more cost efficient alternative yet still maintains a quality product.

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