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The peripheral manufacturer made sure to showcase the impressive range of products and brands it has recently accumulated in its stand at CES 2020

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Logitech went shopping and added a fair number of small but ambitious peripheral manufacturers - which now allow them to show off in a variety of almost no competitor: speakers, headphones, microphones, streaming equipment , Game controllers and of course its prestigious self-styled gaming system under the G brand

The giant founded in Switzerland more than 38 years ago in 2016 acquired JayBird audio equipment makers for about $ 50 million - and at CES 2020, we received the duo's presentation for wireless model headsets In the latest TWS configuration and Tarah Pro model for those who prefer the classic style with a cable that connects each of the units that go into your ear.

Slogans should already be there - it remains to be hoped that the audio quality and connectivity will live up to expectations
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Also on the menu were keyboards, mice and keyboard covers - including the first wireless keyboard belonging to the successful MX brand and of course guest appearances of the MX Master 3 fresh and the unusually structured MX Vertical designed to be more ergonomic for long periods of use for those who tend Suffer from pain in the wrist.

More MX products are on their way to the stores - but there are also cheaper and more modest alternatives
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Wireless gaming controllers and good-looking gaming headsets from Astro which was added to the family in 2017 for $ 85 million were also on the stand - as was the latest Blue Yeti X microphone from the 2018 company.

Up-to-date and high-quality gaming equipment - at prices that probably won't suit everyone
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For dessert - we got a chance to take another look at the G604 Wireless Lightspeed Mouse which contains no less than 15 keys (MOBA and MMO players, this is a read for you) and most notably the G915 Lightspeed Wireless Lightspeed keyboard - which has not yet landed in Israel but may cost more than 1,000 shekels when it finally happens, based on a $ 250 recommendation from Luzi. Ouch.

Logitech fights for the network of streamers - making sure to set an active stance reminding it that it has its own complete set of solutions for all those involved in the craft
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