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Logitech launches new lineup of PC peripherals this spring

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Accessory manufacturer Logitech will launch a new line of PC gaming peripherals this spring in a renewed commitment to the computer gaming market, the company announced today.

The series, expected to launch in North America in April and Europe in May, includes four redesigned mice, two redesigned keyboards and two new headset models. The company has added fingerprint-resistance coatings and a special sweat-resistant coating on the palm areas of its mice to prevent players' hands from sticking. Some mice will also have soft or dry grips "for increased comfort and control," and both include new sensors that have increased sensitivity to hand movement.

Keyboards sport coatings designed to resist fingerprints and promote durability. Both headsets also include a noise-canceling mic and and removable earcups for washing.

More information on the series, including compatibility details, can be found on Logitech's blog and official website.

In January, Logitech announced it would discontinue a number of console peripherals and remote controls, stating they didn't fit the company's "current strategic direction" towards the mobile and tablet market.

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