Logitech has announced new entries in its popular lines of gaming mice and keyboards. The G603 is a fairly simple wireless mouse that uses Logitech's proprietary Lightspeed technology, which promises to reduce latency to a millisecond, along with a new optical sensor called Hero that's designed for power efficiency.
The G603 will come in at $69.99 upon release this month, which is cheaper than the more advanced G703 and G903 mice introduced alongside Lightspeed earlier in the year.
The G613, meanwhile, is a mechanical keyboard that also uses Lightspeed, and Logitech is claiming that two AA batteries will be good for 18 months of use. The keyboard features six programmable keys, Logitech's own Romer-G mechanical switches, and will sell for $149.99 this month.
Finally, Logitech has announced the G840 Extra-Large Mouse Pad, which is exactly what it sounds like: a mouse mat that's almost the size of a table. (It's the grey rectangle in the photo above, in case you didn't realize that was actually a product.) Logitech says that all three products together constitute “the next-generation wireless desktop,” but you'll have to wait a little longer to complete the set; the mouse pad will be available sometime next month for $49.99.