Logitech's gaming arm, imaginatively named Logitech G, has announced the impending launch of a headset, keyboard, and a pair of mice under the Prodigy Series branding.
Logitech G's Prodigy family of products begins with a pair of gaming mice: the G403 and G403 Wireless, differing only in the obvious manner. Based on the PMW3366 sensor, Logitech claims that the Prodigy G403 mice are perfect for pro-gaming and casual use, and can be used immediately out-of-the-box or customised via the bundled software. Both models include a built-in RGB LED below the logo, a 10g removable weight in the underside, and onboard memory for storage of settings for the six programmable buttons and sensor sensitivity.
The G213 Prodigy RGB keyboard continues the family's launch, offering a spill-proof full-size layout with five-zone RGB LED lighting. Although based on a rubber dome system rather than mechanical switches, Logitech claims the G213 has been designed to 'enhance the tactile experience
' with feedback said to be four times faster than a standard keyboard as well as an anti-ghosting matrix. An integrated palm rest and dedicated media controls complete the keyboard's specifications.
Finally, the Prodigy family is complete with the G231 Prodigy Gaming Headset. Based around 40mm neodymium drivers, the stereo headset with unidirectional boom-microphone is claimed to offer a high level of comfort during long periods of wear thanks to 'carefully selected sports performance cloth
' which can be removed from the ear cups for washing. The headset's cable additionally includes in-line controls for volume and microphone mute.
Logitech has confirmed all four devices are available now, with recommended retail pricing set at £59.99 for the G403 Prodigy Gaming Mouse
, £99.99 for the G403 Prodigy Wireless Gaming Mouse
, £59.99 for the G213 Prodigy RGB Gaming Keyboard
, and £49.99 for the G231 Prodigy Gaming Headset