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This is a list of various Logitech products. Individual products may have their own article, please see the navbox at the bottom if a product isn't listed here.

Software[edit]

Old software may be retrieved from the Logitech Tech Support FTP server, but one should always try Logitech's web site first.

  • Logitech MouseWare
  • Logitech SetPoint
  • Logitech Unifying Software

Pointing devices[edit]

Ball mice[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Scroll wheel Sensor type Wireless Batteries Remarks References
P4 1982 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A 1st Logitech mouse
C7 1985 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A 1st mouse sold under Logitech name
First Mouse 2 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
MouseMan 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
MouseMan Bus 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A Includes Serial Bus board
MouseMan Sensa 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A Special shell design
MouseMan96 c.1996 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
Cordless MouseMan96 c.1996 3 No Opto-mechanical RF  ?
Cordless MouseMan Pro c.1997 3 No Opto-mechanical RF  ?
MouseMan for Notebooks c.1997 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
First Mouse 3 button c.1998 3 No Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
First Mouse+ c.1998 3 Yes Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
USB Wheel Mouse c.1998 3 Yes Opto-mechanical Wired / USB N/A
Wheel Mouse for Notebooks c.1999 3 Yes Opto-mechanical Wired N/A
Cordless Wheel Mouse c.1999 3 Yes Opto-mechanical RF  ?
Mouseman Wheel c.1999 4 Yes Opto-mechanical Wired / USB N/A
Cordless Mouseman Wheel 1999 4 Yes Opto-mechanical RF  ?

Optical mice[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Scroll wheel Sensor type Resolution (dpi) Wireless Batteries Remarks References
Optical Mouse 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Mini Optical Mouse 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
MouseMan Traveler 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Wheel Mouse Optical 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
iFeel Mouse 2000 3 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A Has tactile feedback
iFeel MouseMan 2000 4 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A Has tactile feedback
Cordless Optical Mouse 3 Yes Optical 800 RF 2×AA
Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks 3 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
Cordless MouseMan Optical 2001 4 Yes Optical 800 RF 2×AA
MouseMan Dual Optical 2001 4 Yes 2×Optical 800 Wired N/A
Click Optical Mouse 4 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Cordless Click Optical Mouse 4 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
Cordless Click Plus Optical Mouse 6 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
Cordless Presenter 2002 4 No[i] Optical  ? Bluetooth 2×AA Designed to work as a presenter
MX300 2002 4 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A Replaced by MX310
MX500 2002 8 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A Replaced by MX510
MX700 2002 8 Yes Optical 800 FastRF 2.4 GHz[1] NiMH Rechargeable Replaced by MX1000
MX900 2003 8 Yes Optical 800 Bluetooth NiMH Rechargeable Replaced by MX1000
MX310 2003 6 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A
MX510 2004 8 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A Replaced by MX518
Notebook Optical Mouse Plus 2004 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A Cord wraps around body
Optical Mouse V2 2004 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Cordless Optical Mouse V2 2004 3 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
Ladybug Mouse 2004 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Football Mouse 2004 3 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
MX1000 2004 10 Yes Laser 800 RF Li-ion Rechargeable Replaced by MX1100; incorporated a short wavelength laser from Agilent Technologies[2]
MediaPlay Cordless Mouse 2004 14 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA Designed as a Media Center remote
V500 Cordless Notebook Mouse 2004 2 Touch strip Optical  ? RF 2×AAA
Cordless Click Optical Mouse V2 2005 6 Yes Optical 800 RF 2×AA
Cordless Click Plus Optical Mouse V2 2005 8 Yes Optical 800 RF 2×AA
Cordless Mini Optical Mouse 2005 5 Yes Optical 800 RF 1×AA
MX400 2006 7 Yes Laser 800 Wired N/A
MX600 2006 10 Yes Laser 800 RF 2×AA Replaced by MX610
MX610 Laser Cordless Mouse 2006 10 Yes Laser 1000 RF 2×AA Replaced by MX620
MX610 Left-Hand Laser Cordless Mouse 2006 10 Yes Laser 1000 RF 2×AA Shape curved for Left hand use
V450 Laser Cordless Mouse for Notebooks 2006 5 Yes Laser 1000 RF 2×AA
LX3 Optical Mouse 2006 5 Yes Optical 1000 Wired N/A
LX7 Cordless Optical Mouse 2006 7 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
V100 Optical Mouse for Notebooks 2006 5 Yes Optical 800 Wired N/A
V150 Laser Mouse for Notebooks 2006 5 Yes Laser  ? Wired N/A
V200 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse 2006 5 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
V270 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse for Bluetooth 2006 5 Yes Optical  ? Bluetooth 2×AA
MX Revolution 2006 7 Free Spinning (toggled by software - various methods available) IR Laser 800 2.4 GHz LY11, L-LL11 A Bluetooth (rather than RF) version of this mouse was bundled with the MX5500 keyboard starting in 2008. Replaced by Performance Mouse MX in 2009.
VX Revolution 2006 10 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) IR Laser 800 QUAD 2.4 GHz 1×AA Released in celebration of Logitech's 25th anniversary. First Logitech mouse to feature a free-spinning alloy scroll wheel. [3]
VX Nano 2007 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) IR Laser 800 QUAD/eQUAD 2.4 GHz 2×AAA Amongst the first to feature a nano receiver. [4]
MX Air 2007 8 Touch strip Laser 800 2.4 GHz Rechargeable Has built in gyroscope. Allows control of cursor by waving the mouse through the air.
MX620 2007 8 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser 1000 2.4 GHz 2×AA
V220 Cordless Optical Notebook Mouse 2007 5 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
V320 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks 2007 5 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AAA
V470 Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks 2007 5 Yes Laser  ? Bluetooth 2×AA
MX1100 2008 8 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser 1600 2.4 GHz 2×AA
V550 Nano Cordless Laser Mouse for Notebooks 2008 5 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser  ? 2.4 GHz 2×AA
Performance Mouse MX 2009 9 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Darkfield Laser 100-1500 Unifying 1×AA NiMH (rechargeable); non-rechargeable AAs not supported One of the first two mice introduced in 2009 to feature a Darkfield Laser. Replaced with MX Master in 2015. [5]
Anywhere Mouse MX 2009 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Darkfield Laser 1000 Unifying 2×AA Batteries last between few days to a week.
Bluetooth Mouse M555b 2009 5 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser  ? Bluetooth 2×AA
V220 Cordless Optical Mouse for Notebooks 2009 5 Yes Optical  ? RF 1×AA
LX6 Cordless Optical Mouse 2009 5 Yes Optical  ? RF 2×AA
LX8 Cordless Laser Mouse 2009 7 Yes Laser  ? RF 2×AA
LS1 Laser Mouse M150 2009 5 Yes Laser  ? Wired N/A
Wireless Mouse M510 2010 7 Yes Laser  ? Unifying 2×AA
Wireless Mouse M310 2010 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
Mouse M125 2010 5 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A Cord Retractable
Marathon Mouse M705 2010 8 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser  ? Unifying 2×AA
Wireless Mouse M215 2010 3 Yes Optical  ? RF 1×AA
Wireless Mouse M505 2010 5 Yes Laser  ? Unifying 2×AA
Wireless Mouse M305 2010 3 Yes Optical  ? RF 1×AA
Mouse M110 2010 5 Yes Optical  ? Wired N/A
Mouse M100 2010 3 Yes Optical 1000 Wired N/A [6]
Wireless Mouse M315 2011 3 Yes Optical  ? RF  ?
Wireless Mouse M325 2011 3 Micro-Precise Optical  ? Unifying 1×AA As of 2016, has a variant called the "Party Collection" M325c which comes in several vibrant, themed designs
Wireless Mouse M185 2011 3 Yes Optical  ? RF 1×AA
Couch Mouse M515 2011 5 Yes Optical  ? Unifying 2×AA Sealed bottom, Hand detection
Wireless Mouse M525 2011 5 Micro-Precise Laser  ? Unifying 2×AA [7]
Cube 2012 1 Touch strip Optical  ? Unifying Li-Po Rechargeable
Touch Mouse M600 2012 1 Touch surface Optical  ? Unifying 2×AA Multi-touch Surface
Zone Touch Mouse T400 2012 2 Touch strip Optical  ? Unifying 2×AA
Touch Mouse T620 2012 Touch surface Optical  ? Unifying 2×AA Multi-touch Surface
Ultrathin Touch Mouse T630 2013 1 Touch surface Optical  ? Bluetooth Li-Po Rechargeable Multi-touch Surface
Wireless Mouse M560 2013 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Optical  ? Unifying 1×AA
Corded Mouse M500 2013 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Laser  ? Wired N/A
Wireless Mini Mouse M187 2014 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AAA
Wireless Mouse M275 2014 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
Wireless Mouse M280 2014 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
Wireless Mouse M320 2014 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
MX Master 2015 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch or autoshift via software) Darkfield Laser 400-1600 Unifying / Bluetooth 4.0 rechargeable Li-Po (500 mAh) battery Enough power for full day in 4 minutes charge. Full charge can last 40 days. Able to connect to three separate devices [8]
MX Anywhere 2 2015 7 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Darkfield Laser 400-1600 Unifying / Bluetooth 4.0 rechargeable Li-Po (500 mAh) battery Full charge can last 2 months
M335 Wireless Mouse 2015 5 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA
M337/M535 Bluetooth Mouse 2015 5 Yes Optical 1000 Bluetooth 3.0 1×AA Model name varies depending on country/channel
M170/M171 Wireless Mouse 2015 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA Model name varies depending on country/channel
M720 Triathlon 2016 8 Free Spinning (toggled by mechanical switch) Optical 1000 Unifying / Bluetooth 4.0 1×AA Full battery can last for a rated 24 months. Can be connected to up to three devices
M220 Silent 2016 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA Comes with near-silent click buttons, full battery is rated to last 18 months, same shell as M185
M330 Silent Plus 2016 3 Yes Optical 1000 RF 1×AA Comes with near-silent click buttons, full battery is rated to last 24 months, same shell as M320

Notes:

  1. ^ The device has no physical scroll wheel, but two buttons earmarked for scrolling.

Gaming mice[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Scroll wheel Sensor type Sensor Resolution (dpi) Wireless Batteries Customizable weight(s) Remarks References
WingMan Gaming Mouse 1999 3 No Opto-mechanical N/A  ? Wired N/A No
WingMan Force Feedback Mouse 1999 3 No Opto-mechanical ? N/A  ? Wired N/A No Has force feedback; Also works as a joystick
G1 2005 4 Yes Optical S2020 800 Wired N/A No
MX518 2005 8 Yes Optical A3080/A3080E 400-1600 Wired N/A No Replaced by G400 in 2011.
G3 2005 6 Yes IR Laser S6006  ?-2000 Wired N/A No Replaced by G300 in 2011.
G5 2005 (2007 for black/blue edition) 8/9(SE) Yes IR Laser S6006 400-2000 Wired N/A Eight 1.7g weights and eight 4.5g weights that could be inserted in groups of eight in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse Replaced by G500 in 2009.
G7 2005 8 Yes IR Laser S6006 400-2000 2.4 GHz Li-Ion No Batteries were swappable and charged in a base station that also acted as an anchor for the receiver.
G9 2007 7 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser A6090 3200 Wired N/A Four 4g weights and four 7g weights that could be inserted in groups of eight in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse Replaced by G9x in 2008
G9x 2008 7 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser S9500 200-5700 Wired N/A Four 4g weights and four 7g weights that could be inserted in a group of four in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse
G500 2009 10 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser S9500 200-5700 Wired N/A Eight 1.7g weights and eight 4.5g weights that could be inserted in groups of eight in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse Replaced by the G500s in 2013 [9]
G700 2010 13 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser S9500 200-5700 (software controlled) 2.4 GHz / may also connect via USB cable 1×AA NiMH (rechargeable); non-rechargeable AAs not supported No Replaced by the G700s in 2013
G300 2011 9 Yes Optical A3055 200-2500 Wired N/A No
G400 2011 8 Yes Optical S3095 400-3600 Wired N/A No Replaced by the G400s in 2013
G600 2012 20 Yes IR Laser S9808 200-8200 Wired N/A No Color changing thumb buttons, on-board memory for 3 button mapping profiles, supports changes controlled by mouse buttons. [10]
G100s 2013 5 Yes Optical AM010 250-2500 Wired N/A No Replaced by the Pro in 2016
G400s 2013 8 Yes Optical S3095 200-4000 Wired N/A No Replaced by the G402 Hyperion Fury in 2014
G500s 2013 10 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser S9808 200-8200 Wired N/A Eight 1.7g weights and eight 4.5g weights that could be inserted in groups of eight in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse Replaced by the G502 Proteus Core in 2014 [11]
G602 2013 8 Yes Optical AM010 250-2500 2.4 GHz 2×AA (Can function with just one) No Features long battery life and two power modes: Performance and Endurance, with 250 hours of battery life and 1100 hours of battery life respectively.
G700s 2013 13 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Laser S9808 200-8200 (software controlled) 2.4 GHz / may also connect via USB cable 1×AA NiMH (rechargeable); non-rechargeable AAs not supported No
G90 2014 5 Yes Optical AM010 250-2500 Wired N/A No A less durable version of the G100s for Asian markets
G402 Hyperion Fury 2014 8 Yes Hybrid optical and accelerometer AM010 240-4000 Wired N/A No Combines optical sensor with an accelerometer, allowing the mouse to track speeds in excess of 500 inches per second, and more than 16G in acceleration.
G502 Proteus Core 2014 11 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 Wired N/A Five 3.6g weights that can be inserted in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse
G302 Daedalus Prime 2014 6 Yes Optical AM010 240-4000 Wired N/A No
G303 Daedalus Apex 2015 6 Yes IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 Wired N/A No Features fully customizable RGB lighting and the popular PMW3366 sensor along with additional feet to appeal to the FPS gaming market, as opposed to the G302 intended for the MOBA market.
G502 Proteus Spectrum 2016 11 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 Wired N/A Five 3.6g weights that can be inserted in a chosen arrangement to alter the balance of the mouse Fully customizable RGB lighting, only change from the original G502 aside from the removal of cyan highlights from the body of the mouse.
G900 Chaos Spectrum 2016 11 Free Spinning (Mechanical switch toggled) IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 2.4 GHz / may also connect via USB cable rechargeable Li-Po (750 mAh) battery No Fully customizable RGB lighting, features ambidextrous design with customizable thumb buttons. Features what is considered to be the best wireless technology on the market. [12]
Pro Gaming Mouse 2016 6 Yes IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 Wired N/A No Fully customizable RGB lighting. Update to the popular G100s, which was used heavily in professional FPS leagues.
G403 Prodigy 2016 6 Yes IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 Wired) N/A Single 10g weight inserted at the rear of the mouse Fully customizable RGB lighting.

Part of new "Prodigy" line intended for new PC gamers, with all "Prodigy" products costing $69.99 USD..

G403 Prodigy Wireless 2016 6 Yes IR Optical PMW3366 200-12000 2.4 GHz / may also connect via USB cable Rechargeable Li-Po (750 mAh) battery Single 10g weight inserted at the rear of the mouse Fully customizable RGB lighting. Features same wireless technology as the G900.

Part of new "Prodigy" line intended for new PC gamers, with all "Prodigy" products costing $69.99 USD.

Trackballs[edit]

Product title Model no. [13][14] Part no. Release year [15][16][17] Buttons Scroll wheel Ball control Ball diameter [i][18] Sensor type Resolution (dpi)[ii] Wireless [19] Batteries Connector [iii] Remarks References
TrackMan Mouse (Serial) T-CA1-9F N/A 1989 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv] 320 Wired N/A DB-9F Possible M/N: T-AK, T-AA1, T-SC1
TrackMan Mouse (Bus) T-PA1-9MD N/A 1989 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv] 320 Wired N/A InPort Bus ISA Adapter Card: P/N 200033-00B
TrackMan Stationary Mouse T-CC2-9F N/A 1991 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A DB-9F, PS/2
TrackMan Stationary Mouse T-CD2-6F N/A 1993 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A PS/2, DB-9F, DB-25F
TrackMan Stationary Mouse (Macintosh) T-AE2 N/A 1993 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A PS/2
TrackMan Portable T-CC3 N/A 1991 3 No Thumb (25mm), 1in Opto-mechanical[iv] 200 Wired N/A DB-9F, DB-25F
TrackMan Portable T-CE3, T-SP3, T-SC3 N/A 1993 3 No Thumb (25mm), 1in Opto-mechanical[iv] 200 Wired N/A PS/2 Possible M/N: T-SH3
First Track T-MA CST2 804087-00 1994 2 No Finger  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A DB-9F Possible M/N: T-AC CST2
TrackMan Live! M-RD37 804125-00, 811203-00, 904324-0403 1994 3 No Thumb  ? Opto-mechanical[iv] 400 RF 27 MHz 2×AAA PS/2, DB-9F A.k.a. SurfMan; Designed to work as a presenter [20][21]
TrackMan Voyager T-CF9 804091-00, 904120-00 1994 3 No Finger  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A PS/2
TrackMan Vista T-CG10 804180-00, 804108-1000, 904142-L100, 904142-L600 1994 3 No Finger  ? Opto-mechanical[iv]  ? Wired N/A PS/2
TrackMan Marble T-CH11, T-AH11 804122-3000, 804219-0000 1995 3 No Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A PS/2, DB-9F
TrackMan Marble FX T-CJ12, ST-71H 804251-0000 (gray plug), 804272-1000 (green plug) 1997 4 No Finger (51mm), 2in Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A PS/2, DB-9F [23]
TrackMan Marble+ T-CL13 804269-0000, 804269-1000 1998 3 Yes Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A PS/2, DB-9F Same design as T-BB13
TrackMan Marble Wheel T-BB13 804335-0000, 904276-0403, 904334-0403 1999 3 Yes Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A USB, PS/2 Same design as T-CL13 [24]
Marble Mouse T-CM14, ST-41 804292-0000 1998 2 No Finger 40mm, (1.58in) Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A PS/2 Color: Beige
Marble Mouse T-BB14, TKM BOSSA, ST-43UPi, ST-44UPi 904360-0403 1999 2 No Finger 40mm, (1.58in) Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A USB, PS/2 Same as T-BC21; Colors w/Jap. M/N: ST-43UPi=Beige, ST-44UPi=Dark gray [25]
Cordless TrackMan FX T-RA17, CT-74UPi 804364-0000, 904357-0909, 904357-0403 2000 4 No Finger (51mm), 2in Optical[v] 300 RF 27 MHz 1×AA USB, PS/2 Wireless Receiver: M/N C-BA4-MSE, P/N 830483-0000 [26][27]
Cordless TrackMan Wheel T-RA18, CT-64UPi 804359-0000, 904346-0403 2000 3 Yes Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Optical[v] 300 RF 27 MHz 1×AA USB Color: SilverWireless Receiver: M/N C-BA4-MSE, P/N 830483-0000 [28]
TrackMan Wheel T-BB18, ST-64UPi, ST-65UPi, TM-250 810-000766, 804360-0000 (w/LEDs), 804360-1000, 904353-0215, 904353-0403 2001, 2002, 2008 3 Yes Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Optical[v] 300 Wired N/A USB, PS/2 Colors w/Jap. M/N: ST-64UPi/2001=Silver, ST-65UPi/2002=Light bronze, TM-250/2008=Dark gray [29][30][31][32]
TrackMan Marble (Mouse) T-BC21, ST-45UPi, TM-150, TM-150r 810-000767, 910-000806, 910-000808, 910-000858, 910-003579 2002, 2008 4 No Finger 40mm, (1.58in) Optical[v] 300 1.73m Cable N/A USB, PS/2 Same as T-BB14; Colors w/Jap. M/N: ST-45UPi/2002=Light gray, TM-150/2008=Dark gray; Jap. Package/Price Revisions: TM-150r/2013 [33][34][32]
Cordless Optical TrackMan T-RB22, TKM CALYPSO, CT-100, TM-400 810-000787, 810-000933, 904369-0403 2002, 2008 8 Yes Finger 44mm, 1.75in Optical[v] 300 RF 27 MHz 2×AA USB, PS/2 Colors w/Jap. M/N: CT-100/2002=Light gray, TM-400/2008=Dark gray; Wireless Receiver: M/N C-BA4-MSE, P/N 830406-0000 [35][31][32]
Wireless Trackball M570 T-R0001, M570, M570t 910-001799, 910-001882, 910-002090, 910-003943 2010 5 Yes Thumb 34mm, 1.35in Laser 540[vi] eQuad DJ Unifying 2.4 GHz[7] 1×AA USB Color w/Jap. M/N: M570/2010=Black; Jap. Package/Price Revisions: M570t/2013; Wireless Receiver: P/N 993-000439 [36][37][38]

Notes:

  1. ^ The unit converted ball diameters are given inside parentheses.
  2. ^ Resolution is the base Hardware resolution and not the software resolution achieved through an Acceleration Profile or Ballistics.
  3. ^ If multiple connectors are listed, the device is auto-sensing and the 1st connector is the native one while the other connectors need only a passive adapter to be used.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Opto-mechanical sensing of the ball's movement uses optical encoders connected to rollers, that touch the ball.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The Marble Optical Technology uses 1 or 2 red LEDs to shine on a dotted surface and an optical sensor to see the movements of the dots much like the photoreceptor cells of an eye do. It does not work on clear glass or mirrors. The applied Marble optical tech in a TrackMan has a guaranteed minimum resolution of 200 DPI and a maximum resolution of 300 DPI.[22]
  6. ^ The Wireless Trackball M570 has a resolution of 540 DPI according to its Logitech Product page, but a resolution of 400 DPI according to its Logitech Support page.

Touchpads[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Multi-touch Wireless Batteries Remarks References
Wireless Touchpad 2011 2 Yes Unifying 2×AA
Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 2012 1 Yes Unifying Li-ion rechargeable

Cordless presenters[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Screen Laser pointer Wireless Batteries Remarks References
TrackMan Live! 1994 3 No No RF 27 MHz 2×AAA A.k.a. SurfMan; Also works as a trackball [20][21]
Cordless Presenter 2002 4 No Yes Bluetooth 2×AA Also works as a mouse [39]
Cordless 2.4 GHz Presenter 2005 5 LCD Yes RF 2.4 GHz 2×AAA

3D controllers[edit]

Product title Release year [40] Buttons Scroll wheel Sensor type Resolution Wireless Batteries Remarks References
Magellan[i] 1993 8 [ii] No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A A.k.a. SpaceMouse (Classic) [41]
CyberMan 1994 3 No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A M/N E-AA1, P/N 871006-00
CyberMan 2 1997 8 No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A
Magellan Plus[i] 1998 10 [ii] No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A A.k.a. SpaceMouse Plus [42]
CyberPuck (Serial) 1999 0 [iv] No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A A.k.a. PuckMan [43]
CyberPuck (USB) 2000 0 [iv] No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A A.k.a. PuckMan [43]
Magellan PlusXT[i] 2000 10 [ii] No[iii] Opto-mechanical N/A No N/A A.k.a. SpaceMouse PlusXT [44]

Notes:

  1. ^ a b c Professional 6DoF device built by the Logitech subsidiary LogiCad3D. In 2001 Logitech bought Labtec and LogiCad3D was merged with Labtec's 3D Motion Control Technology Group (the former SIMC/STI of SpaceBall fame) to form 3Dconnexion. (See 3Dconnexion for 3D mice after 2001.)
  2. ^ a b c The ✱-button is a hardware only button used for calibration. As this button is not readible by the host computer, it does not count towards the device's button total. (Just as the wireless Connect-button does not count.)
  3. ^ a b c d e f g The device has no physical scroll wheel, but one (or two) of the axis can be mapped to act as a scroll wheel.
  4. ^ a b The device has 5 QuickTip buttons. QuickTips are software detected taps of the puck; not true buttons.

Other[edit]

Product title Release year Buttons Scroll wheel Sensor type Resolution (dpi) Wireless Batteries Remarks References
NuLOOQ navigator 2006 4 Navring  ?  ? No N/A Navring: Pushing scrolls, Turning zooms; Touch sensitive Tooltuner Dial on top [45]

Keyboards[edit]

Gaming keyboards[edit]

Product title Release year Type Key switch type Wireless Batteries Multimedia buttons Macro buttons × Macros per button Total macros Backlight Remarks References
G11 2005 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 18x3 54 Blue G15 without LCD display.
G13 Advanced Gameboard 2008 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A ? 29×3 87 Yes Has a multicolor LCD-display and mini-joystick
G15 2005 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 18×3 54 Blue Features a folding blue backlit 160×43 pixel monochrome LCD-display, "game mode" switch (which disables the "Windows" keys), and a 2-port USB 1.1 hub.
G15 (v2) 2007 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 6×3 1 8 Orange Features an orange backlit 160×43 pixel monochrome LCD-display, "game mode" switch (which disables the "Windows" keys), and a 2-port USB 1.1 hub.
G19 2009 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 12×3 36 RGB Has a 320×240 pixel color screen with 8 navigation buttons. Logitech's first RGB backlight.
G19s 2013 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 12×3 3 6 RGB Updated G19 with hydrophobic coating.
G103 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A No 6 6 No
G105 2011 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A No 6×3 1 8 Blue
G105: Made for Call of Duty Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A No 6×3 18 Green Has Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 branding and green backlighting.
G110 2009 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 12×3 36 Red/Blue Successor of G11. Mix red and blue backlighting LEDs in varying intensities.
G510 2010 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 18×3 54 RGB Has a 160×43 pixel monochrome backlit screen with 5 navigation buttons.
G510s 2013 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 18×3 54 RGB Updated G510 with hydrophobic coating.
G710+ 2013 Cherry MX Brown (with preinstalled O rings) Wired N/A Yes 6×3 18 White Logitech's first mechanical key switch keyboard, featuring Cherry MX Brown switches with preinstalled O ring sound dampeners.
G710 2013 Cherry MX Blue Wired N/A Yes 6×3 18 White An updated version of the G710+, now with Cherry MX Blue switch keys.
G910 "Orion Spark" 2014 Logitech Romer-G Wired N/A Yes 9×3 27 RGB per key Logitech's first proprietary mechanical key switch keyboard, with custom Omron "Romer-G" switch keys and individual RGB backlight color per key.
G410 "Atlas Spectrum" 2015 Logitech Romer-G Wired N/A No 0×0 0 RGB per key Uses the "Romer-G" switches found in the G910. Features a tenkeyless design.
G810 "Orion Spectrum" 2016 Logitech Romer-G Wired N/A Yes 12x3 (F Keys can be assigned as macro keys.) 36 RGB per key Uses the "Romer-G" switches found in the G910 and the G410. Keeps a minimalistic design for pure performance.
G610 "Orion" 2016 Cherry MX Brown or Red Wired N/A Yes 12x3 (F keys can be assigned as macro keys.) 36 White Uses the standard Cherry MX switches found in most of the mechanical keyboards. Keeps a minimalistic design for pure performance.
G910 "Orion Spectrum" 2016 Logitech Romer-G Wired N/A Yes 9×3 27 RGB per key Refresh of the G910 Orion Spark featuring the more conventional keycaps found on the G810 (rounded shape versus the faceted design found on the original G910) and a smaller, symmetrical wrist rest. Identical to the Orion Spark in all other ways.
G213 "Prodigy" 2016 Membrane rubber dome Wired N/A Yes 9×3 27 RGB in set zones Part of new "Prodigy" line intended for new PC gamers, with all "Prodigy" products costing $69.99 USD.

Full-sized keyboards[edit]

Product title Release year Type Key type Wireless Batteries Multimedia buttons USB hub Backlight Remarks References
Elite Keyboard 2002 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes No No Has scroll wheel
Internet Navigator Keyboard 2002 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes No No Has scroll wheel
Access Keyboard 2002 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes No No
Cordless Access Keyboard Membrane normal RF  ? Yes No No
Media Keyboard 2004 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes No No
Media Keyboard Elite 2005 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes No No
Alto 2007 Membrane normal Wired N/A Yes Yes No Has built-in notebook stand
Wave Keyboard 2007 Membrane ergonomic Wired N/A Yes No No Ergonomically designed "wave" key arrangement

Mobile keyboards[edit]

Product title Release year Type Key type Wireless Batteries Multimedia buttons USB hub Backlight Remarks References
KeyCase 2002 ElekTex Fabric fabric No N/A Yes No No Foldable Fabric keyboard for Palm OS devices
Typeaway 2002 Membrane scissor No N/A Yes No No Foldable Aluminum keyboard for Palm OS devices

Numeric pads[edit]

Product title Release year Type Key type Wireless Batteries Extra buttons USB hub Backlight Remarks References
Wireless Number Pad N305 2007 Membrane normal RF 2.4 Ghz 2×AA Yes No No
Wireless Number Pad N305 v2 Membrane normal Unifying 2×AA Yes No No Unifying receiver v1

Game controllers[edit]

Gamepads[edit]

Product title Release year System Wireless Batteries Inputs Vibration feedback Remarks References
WingMan Precision USB c.2003 PC No N/A
  • 6 × Digital buttons
    (A, B, C, D, L, R, ‧, ‧‧)
  • Digital d-pad
No [46]
Precision Gamepad 2 PC No N/A
  • 6 × Digital buttons
  • Digital d-pad
No
Thunderpad Digital PC No N/A
  • 8 × Digital buttons
    (A, B, C, D, L, R, ‧, ‧‧)
  • d-pad
No
Thunderpad Controller for Xbox 2003 Xbox 3m Cable N/A
  • 2 x Analog sticks
  • 2 × Pressure sensitive triggers (LT, RT)
  • 6 × Pressure sensitive buttons
    (A, B, X, Y, W, B)
  • 2 × Digital buttons (Start, Back)
  • Digital d-pad
Yes Turbo buttons (T-On, T-Off); Officially licensed by Microsoft [47]
WingMan RumblePad c.2003 PC No N/A Yes A.k.a. Logitech RumblePad [48]
WingMan Cordless RumblePad PC RF 2.4 GHz 4×AA Yes [49]
WingMan Action Pad 2004 or earlier PC No N/A No [50]
Dual Action Gamepad PC No N/A No
Rumblepad 2 PC No N/A Yes
Cordless Rumblepad 2 PC RF 2×AA Yes
Action Controller c.2004 PS2, PS1 No N/A
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 10 × Pressure sensitive buttons
    (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square, L1, R1, L2, R2, Start, Select)
  • 3 × Digital buttons
    ("Analog", L3, R3)
  • Pressure sensitive d-pad
Yes (toggleable) Officially licensed by Sony [51]
Cordless Action Controller c.2004 PS2, PS1 RF 2.4 GHz 2×AA
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 10 × Pressure sensitive buttons
    (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square, L1, R1, L2, R2, Start, Select)
  • 3 × Digital buttons
    ("Analog", L3, R3)
  • Pressure sensitive d-pad
Yes (toggleable) Officially licensed by Sony
Extreme Action Controller c.2004 PS2, PS1 2.9m Cable N/A
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 10 × Pressure sensitive buttons
    (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square, L1, R1, L2, R2, Start, Select)
  • 3 × Digital buttons
    ("Analog", L3, R3)
  • Pressure sensitive d-pad
Yes (toggleable) Has leather grips and gold-plated connector pins [52]
NetPlay Controller c.2004 PS2 2.5m Cable N/A
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 10 × Pressure sensitive buttons
    (Triangle, Circle, Cross, Square, L1, R1, L2, R2, Start, Select)
  • 3 × Digital buttons
    ("Analog", L3, R3)
  • Pressure sensitive d-pad
  • Detachable keyboard
Yes [53]
Gamepad F310 PC 1.8m Cable N/A
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 2 × Analog trigger buttons (LT, RT)
  • 11 × Digital buttons
    (A, B, X, Y, LB, RB, left stick "click", right stick "click", Start, Back, Logitech)
  • Digital d-pad
No
  • Hardware switch for alternating between DirectInput and XInput (central "Logitech" button unavailable in DirectInput mode)
  • "Mode" button for swapping d-pad and left analogue stick functionality
Rumble Gamepad F510 PC 1.8m Cable N/A
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 2 × Analog trigger buttons (LT, RT)
  • 11 × Digital buttons
    (A, B, X, Y, LB, RB, left stick "click", right stick "click", Start, Back, Logitech)
  • Digital d-pad
Yes (toggleable)
  • Hardware switch for alternating between DirectInput and XInput (central "Logitech" button unavailable in DirectInput mode)
  • "Mode" button for swapping d-pad and left analogue stick functionality
Wireless Gamepad F710 PC RF 2.4 GHz (USB nano-receiver) 2×AA
  • 2 × Analog sticks
  • 2 × Analog trigger buttons (LT, RT)
  • 11 × Digital buttons
    (A, B, X, Y, LB, RB, left stick "click", right stick "click", Start, Back, Logitech)
  • Digital d-pad
Yes (toggleable)
  • Hardware switch for alternating between DirectInput and XInput (central "Logitech" button unavailable in DirectInput mode)
  • "Mode" button for swapping d-pad and left analogue stick functionality

Joysticks[edit]

Product title Release year System Wireless Batteries Inputs Vibration feedback Remarks References
WingMan c.1995 PC No N/A 2-axis joystick, ? No
WingMan Extreme c.1995 PC No N/A 2-axis joystick, ? No Adds 4-way view switch
WingMan Warrior c.1996 PC No N/A joystick, ? No Adds independent control for left hand
Wingman Extreme Digital c.1997 PC No N/A 2-axis joystick, ? No
WingMan Extreme Digital 3D 2003 or earlier PC No N/A 3-axis joystick, 7 buttons; 8-way hat, throttle No Adds twist handle (3th axis) [54]
WingMan Force 3D 2003 or earlier PC No N/A 3-axis joystick, 7 buttons, 8-way hat, throttle Yes Adds vibration feedback [55]
WingMan Attack 2 2004 or earlier PC No N/A 2-axis joystick, 6 buttons, trigger, throttle No [56]
Attack 3 2004 or earlier PC No N/A 2-axis joystick, 11 buttons, trigger, throttle No [57]
Extreme 3D Pro PC No N/A 3-axis joystick, 12 buttons No
Freedom 2.4 Cordless 2002 PC RF 2.4 GHz 3×AA joystick, 10 buttons, 8-way hat, throttle No

Racing wheels[edit]

Product title Release year System Wireless Batteries Inputs Vibration feedback Remarks References
Formula Force Feedback Wheel 2000 PC (USB) No ? N/A steering wheel, ? Yes Red or yellow wheel
Formula GP PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? No Yellow wheel
Formula Force GP PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? Yes Red wheel
MOMO Racing Force Feedback Wheel 2002 PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? Yes
Speed Force GameCube No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
Speed Force Force Feedback Wheel 2002 GameCube No ? N/A steering wheel, ? Yes
NASCAR Racing Wheel PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
Driving Force PS2 No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
Driving Force EX PC, PS2 No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
Driving Force Pro PS2 No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
G25 PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
G27 PC No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
G29 PC, PS3, PS4 No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?
G920 PC, Xbox One No ? N/A steering wheel, ? ?

Webcams and cameras[edit]

Webcams[edit]

Product title Year Type Video Resolution Video Framerate Still Resolution Focus Zoom Built-in Mic Notes
QuickCam for Notebooks 2002 Portable 352x288 30 640x480 fixed No No Logitech's first Notebook webcam
QuickCam Pro 4000 2002 Stationary 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed software Yes
QuickCam Zoom 2002 Stationary 640x480 30 640x480 fixed software Yes
QuickCam Pro 4000 2002 Stationary 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed software Yes
QuickCam Messenger Stationary 640x480 30 VGA fixed No Yes
QuickCam Orbit Stationary 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed software Yes Mechanical Pan / Tilt
QuickCam For Notebooks Pro Portable 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed software Yes
QuickCam Cordless Portable 640x480 30 VGA fixed No Yes 2.4 GHz Wireless
QuickCam Communicate 2004 Stationary 640x480 30 VGA fixed No Yes
QuickCam Deluxe for Notebooks 2007 Portable 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed No Yes Glass optics
QuickCam for Notebooks 2007 Portable 640x480 30 1.3MP fixed No Yes
QuickCam Pro 9000 2007 Stationary 1280x720 30 8MP Auto Optical Yes Zeiss glass optics
QuickCam Pro for Notebooks 2007 Portable 1600x1200(@5fps) 30(@800x600) 2MP [1] Auto No Yes Motorized vertical tilt, Zeiss glass optics

Digital cameras[edit]

Product title Year Resolution Video Flash Storage Focus Zoom Notes
Pocket Digital Camera 2002 VGA No No 16MB fixed No
Pocket Digital Camera 130 2003 1.3MP No Yes 16MB fixed No
ClickSmart 820 2.1MP VGA Yes 8MB fixed No Also works as Webcam
ClickSmart 510 1.3MP 320x240 Yes Card only fixed No Also works as Webcam
ClickSmart 420 1.3MP 320x240 Yes 8MB fixed No Also works as Webcam
ClickSmart 310 352x288 176x144 No 2MB fixed No Also works as Webcam

Audio products[edit]

PC speakers[edit]

Product title Year Setup Output (RMS) Wireless Batteries Inputs Outputs Notes
Z-680 2002 5.1 No N/A Analog line-in
X-620 2004 6.1 70w No N/A Analog line-in
X-240 2007 2.1 5Wx2 + 15Wx1 No N/A Analog line-in Includes an iPod stand.
AudioHub 2007 2.1 3Wx2 + 9Wx1 No N/A USB USBx3 (Hub) The two side speakers can slide out to accommodate different laptop sizes.
G51 2007 5.1 20Wx5 + 55Wx1 No N/A Analog line-in Has a remote control pod for adjusting levels
Z506 2010 5.1 75w No N/A Analog line-in

Headphones[edit]

Product title Year Output Wireless Batteries Inputs Outputs Microphone Line Controls Notes
ClearChat Pro 2007 No N/A USB Yes Yes Has volume, muting and preset equalizer buttons on the side of the earcup.
ClearChat Comfort 2007 No N/A USB Yes Yes Has volume and muting controls on the line.

Gaming Headphones[edit]

Product title Year Output Wireless Batteries Inputs Outputs Microphone Line Controls Notes
G230 Stereo Gaming Headset 2013 No N/A Analog line-in Yes Yes Has volume and muting controls on the line
G430 Surround Sound Gaming Headset 2007 7.1 No N/A USB Yes Yes Has volume and muting controls on the line.
G35 Surround Gaming Headset 2009 7.1 No N/A USB Yes Yes Has volume, muting and user-programmable G-keys on the side of the earcup.
G930 Wireless Gaming Headset 2011 7.1 Yes Rechargeable 600mAh Li-Ion USB Yes Yes Has volume, muting and user-programmable G-keys on the side of the earcup.
G633 "Artemis Spectrum" 2015 7.1 No N/A USB and Analog Line in Yes Yes Has volume, muting, input switching and user-programmable G-keys on the back edge of the earcup. Full RGB lighting on edge of earcup and behind cover of earcup.
G933 "Artemis Spectrum" 2015 7.1 Yes Rechargeable 1100mAh Li-Po USB and Analog Line in (two line in channels, one intended for a phone and the other for a game console) Yes Yes Has volume, muting, input switching and user-programmable G-keys on the back edge of the earcup. Full RGB lighting on edge of earcup and behind cover of earcup.
G231 "Prodigy" 2016 No N/A Analog Line in Yes Yes Has volume and muting controls on the line.

Part of new "Prodigy" line intended for new PC gamers, with all "Prodigy" products costing $69.99 USD.

Speaker docks[edit]

Product title Year Compatibility Drivers Batteries Other Inputs Remote Radio Notes
Pure-Fi Dream 2007 iPod/iPhone 0.75" Tweeter, 3" Woofer No Yes Yes
Pure-Fi Anywhere 2007 iPod/iPhone 2" Mid, 3" Woofer Rechargeable Yes Yes

Remotes[edit]

Product Name Release year RF Touch Screen Color Display Accessory Model Number
Harmony Ultimate 2013 Yes Yes Yes Included N-R0007
Harmony Smart Control 2013 Yes No No Included N-R0005
Harmony Touch 2013 Yes Yes Yes No N-R0006
Harmony One Advanced Universal Remote 2008 No Yes Yes No R-IY17
Harmony 650 2010 No No Yes No N-I0003
Harmony 900 2009 Yes Yes Yes No N-R0001
Harmony 1100 Advanced 2012 No N-R0002, N-R0003
Harmony 700 Advanced No N-I0003
Harmony 659 No H659BLK
Harmony 600 No N-I0003
Harmony 200 No N-I0004, N-I0005
Harmony 890 Advanced Yes No Yes No R-RG7
Harmony 880 Advanced No R-IG7
Harmony 1000 Advanced No R-RJ13
Harmony Link Yes O-R0003
Harmony 520 Advanced No R-IH10
Harmony 550 Advanced No R-IP10
Harmony 510 Advanced No R-IH10
Harmony 720 Advanced No R-IQ12, R-IR12
Harmony Link App Yes N/A
Harmony 890 Pro Advanced No R-RG7
Harmony 676 Advanced No H676
Harmony 670 Advanced 2006 No -
Harmony 680 Advanced No -
Harmony 628 Advanced No -
Harmony 768 Advanced No -
Harmony 688 Advanced No H688BLK, H688SIL
Harmony 300 No N-I0004
Harmony 610 Advanced No N-I0002
Harmony 620 Advanced No -
Harmony RF System Yes O-R0002
Harmony IR Extender Yes O-I0001
Harmony Adapter for PlayStation 3 Yes E-R0001
Harmony RF Wireless Extender Yes C-RE4A
Harmony 525 Advanced No -
Harmony 880 Pro No R-IG7
Harmony Advanced Universal Remote for Xbox 360 No R-IK10

Keyboard & mice combos[edit]

  • Premium Desktop Optical
  • Cordless Elite Duo (2002)
  • Cordless Navigator Duo (2002)
  • Cordless Access Duo (2002)
  • Cordless Access Duo Optical
  • Cordless Comfort Duo (2002)
  • Cordless Desktop Pro (M/N: Y-RJ7)
  • diNovo Media Desktop
  • Cordless Desktop MX for Bluetooth
  • Cordless MX Duo
  • Cordless Desktop Express
  • Cordless Desktop LX700
  • Cordless Desktop LX500
  • Cordless Desktop LX501
  • Cordless Desktop LX300
  • diNovo Cordless Desktop
  • Cordless Desktop EX100
  • Cordless Desktop MX5000
  • diNovo Media Desktop Laser
  • Cordless Desktop MX3100
  • Cordless Desktop MX3000 Laser
  • Cordless Desktop S510 Media Remote
  • Cordless Desktop S510
  • Cordless Desktop EX110
  • Cordless Desktop MX3200 Laser
  • Cordless Desktop Comfort Laser
  • Cordless Desktop M530 Laser
  • Cordless Desktop LX710 Laser
  • Cordless Desktop S510
  • Desktop MK120
  • Wireless Combo MK220
  • Wireless Combo MK235
  • Wireless Combo MK240
  • Wireless Combo MK345
  • Wireless Combo MK270
  • Wireless Combo MK330
  • Wireless Combo MK520
  • Wireless Desktop MK710

Other[edit]

Writing instruments[edit]

  • Logitech io (2002) -- Personal Digital Pen, ballpoint pen that records the hand written text.
  • Logitech io2 (2004) -- Digital Writing System, ballpoint pen that records the hand written text.[58]

Notebook stands[edit]

  • Logitech Alto Connect (2007) -- X-shaped notebook Stand with four port USB hub built-in.
  • Logitech Alto Express (2007) -- Clear plastic notebook stand.

Notebook cases[edit]

  • Kinetik 15.4 Backpack (2007)
  • Kinetik 15.4 Briefcase (2007)

Video security systems[edit]

Hubs[edit]

  • Logitech Premium 4-port USB hub (2007)

See also[edit]

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