Logitech has announced a wireless keyboard for its gaming mice, which it calls Logitechcraft Wireless.
The Logiscraft Wireless will be available in two versions, one with a USB-C port, one without.
It’s the first wireless keyboard with an integrated USB-A port.
It comes in two configurations: a small, wired model with a wireless charging port and an optional wireless charging pad.
The wireless charging pads have a micro-USB port that plugs into your computer, and you can use the pads to charge your computer when you’re not using it.
You can buy the wireless charging adapter and USB-AC adapter separately.
You’ll pay $20 for the small wireless charging device, and $30 for the larger, wired one.
The Logisraft Wireless also supports Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac, but you can’t use it with wireless headsets or earbuds.
It works with Logitech gaming mice.
In a blog post, Logitech said the wireless keyboard has a wide range of features that can improve your gaming experience.
You can set the speed and latency to your liking, adjust cursor positions, and adjust mouse acceleration and acceleration sensitivity.
The keyboard supports up to four simultaneous games on up to three different platforms.
You have the ability to connect to multiple devices with the Logismith Wireless.
Logitech said you can set up the Logitech Wireless as an external keyboard for a number of reasons, including the keyboard can act as a standalone device or as a Bluetooth keyboard.
You might have more space to store a gaming mouse or earphone, and the keyboard will act as your main device.
Logitech also said the LogiCraft Wireless has a USB port so you can connect to the internet, so you don’t need to purchase an adapter to connect it to your PC.
You will need to connect the Logix Wireless Bluetooth Adapter to the Logical Motion Bluetooth adapter.
You also can connect the USB-ADC cable to the USB port on the Logiqitech Wireless.
You’re still limited to two devices with it.
I’m not sure why this is such a bad idea.
For one, it’s hard to recommend a keyboard with wireless connectivity if it’s only compatible with two devices, but it also seems like Logitech could be limiting the amount of people using it to just the two gaming mice and earbud options.
It would make sense for Logitech to offer this wireless keyboard if it had other features that people might want, like charging pads, but the wireless gaming mouse is a major draw for people who want a good gaming experience, and I don’t think you can expect that to change if it only supports one device.
The company’s new Logitech wireless gaming keyboard is expected to launch later this year, and there’s no word on pricing or availability yet.