Logitech introduced a set of new peripherals at IFA 2016, which is considered as Europe's biggest tech tradeshow. The company announced a mouse that can be connected to three devices and a pair of "Silent Mice."
The M720 Triathlon mouse can connect to three different devices at the same time. It also comes with Unifying Receiver and Bluetooth Smart wireless technology so users can quickly swap between devices with a simple click on a button.
The M720 mouse can work on different operating system for user's convenience. It can be paired to Windows, MacOS, Chrome OS, Android and Linux.
TechCrunch reported the mouse is also designed for heavy usage. Logitech has made it durable that is built for up to 10 million clicks. Navigating through webpages is also easy as the mouse comes with smooth scroll wheel.
Interested buyers can now get the M720 Triathlon for $69.
Aside from the multi-device mouse, Logitech also launched the M220 Silent and M330 Silent Plus at IFA 2016 event. The M330 Silent Plus will come to tech stores on September, while the M220 Silent will become available on October. Both are compatible to Mac, Windows, Linux systems and Chrome OS.
Logitech says this pair of wireless mouse works "silently", meaning they don't produce annoying sound while being used. Interestingly, the UK Noise Abatement Society gave the mice the Quiet Mark seal of approval for its unique feature.
Tech experts said the M220 Silent and M330 Silent Plus are perfect for office workers who want to work silently without hearing the constant clicking of mice.
Performance-wise, the M220 Silent is powered by battery that can last for up to 18 months. For the M330 Silent Plus, it has battery life of 24 months. Both peripherals can be used from up to 33-feet away through a wireless connection.
The top-spec M330 Silent Plus will retail for $29, while the M220 Silent Mouse will cost $24, as per report from Tech Radar.
IFA in Berlin started in Sept. 2 and will last until Sept. 7. It is one of the largest tech shows in Europe. It is also the launch bed for many devices like smartphones, tablets, laptops and more.
ASUS, Acer, Lenovo and Samsung already announced their latest devices in the event. We expect there will be a lot more to see in the next coming days. Stay tuned with Gospel Herald for more update.