CES is known for having over-the-top product launches, outlandish displays, and explosive keynote presentations. It becomes a breath of fresh air then, when a company simply delivers an effective product that answers to a certain niche. Gamers, for example, had a field day when Logitech came up with a wireless gaming headset and a prodigy gaming mouse in this year's CES.
Logitech's G533 Wireless Headset
The Logitech G533 wireless headset was a pleasant surprise for most mainstream gamers in CES. If you are a serious gamer tired of inferior sound and endless wires that get tangled up while playing, this is the gaming headset for you.
The G533 is comfortable to wear, lightweight to carry, and most importantly, provides a great audio experience for the user. Powered by Pro-G audio drivers and a 7.1 DTS Headphone:X, the Logitech G533 Wireless headset will allow you to hear sound effects the way game designers intended you to hear them. The headset can be used up to a range of 15 meters. Battery life is also remarkable as it can be used for 15 hours based on a single charge.
Aside from being jam-packed with features, it doesn't hurt that the headset is also great to look at. Its sleek, jet black design has a flip-to-mute mic at the front, and also comes with a USB dongle for wireless connectivity. The Logitech G533 will hit the stores later this month at a retail price of $150.
Logitech's G203 Prodigy Gaming Mouse
Compared to the flashier gaming mice from competing brands, the G203 Prodigy gaming mouse is simple, understated, and pretty much straightforward - but it produces the kind of results gamers are looking for in a mouse.
This Prodigy mouse has 200-6,000 DPI sensors that will give you more control, accuracy, and tracking speed while playing. Using Logitech's RGB lighting feature, you can program the mouse and change its color palette. You get to choose from 16.8 million colors and there are also 6 buttons that can be configured to your liking so you can fully customize the look and function of the mouse.
The mouse also comes with onboard memory — pretty useful if you are a gamer who is always on the go because you can plug it into any computer and it will still remember your settings.
Part of the Logitech G Prodigy series, the G203 provides a lot of value to the user for only $50 a pop, which is a lot more cheaper than what the other brands are offering. The G203 Prodigy will be available in stores later this month.