Logitech Aurora: keyboards (G715 and G713) and a mouse (G705) to please everyone

Logitech Aurora: keyboards (G715 and G713) and a mouse (G705) to please everyone

Faced with the vast majority of gaming peripherals that deploy warlike or even futuristic aesthetics, Logitech is trying out softer and more tangy things, designed for women, without forgetting performance.

“Inclusive and gender neutral.” It is in these terms that Logitech introduces its new collection of Aurora peripherals, consisting of an audio headset (G735), a keyboard available in wired (G713) and wireless (G715), as well as a wireless mouse (G705). Designed for playing video games, these materials are designed around the brand’s high-performance sensors and switches. Except that here, the emphasis is above all on personalization, these products can be accessorized and purchased in quite flashy colors, from yellow to pink, which we are not used to seeing on the shelves of the departments. computers.

Eager to have a product offer “for all gamers”Logitech wanted to create “a collection that takes into account the differences between the sexes, focusing on comfort, accessibility and playfulness”, explains Ujesh Desai, vice-president and general manager at Logitech G. As you will have understood, behind the term inclusiveness, the company intends first and foremost to address female players, which is why the team of development of the Aurora collection is essentially made up of women. Thus, when we talk about comfort, Logitech talks about taking into account long hair, earrings or even smaller hands. And to hope that this new approach, which moves its products away from the usual dark tones with chiseled lines, attracts the greatest number, “beyond gender and stereotypes”.

After detailing the G735 headphones, we focus here on the G713 and G715 mechanical keyboards which are bringing a breath of fresh air to this market, as the POP Keys from the same manufacturer did a few months ago. These compact keyboards without numeric keypad (TKL format) benefit from tilt pads at the back and are delivered with a wrist rest detached from the keyboard which is also original. The only difference between the two versions lies in the connectivity which is wired on the G713 and wireless (2.4 GHz Lightspeed and Bluetooth) on the G715. The latter is equipped with a rechargeable battery offering 25 hours of autonomy.

As for the G705 mouse, Logitech boasts a model “specially designed for small hands”. Compact, it nevertheless embeds the advanced technologies found on other Logitech G products, despite a weight of only 85 g. It also works just as well via a proprietary Lightspeed dongle as via Bluetooth when performance is not necessarily desired.

We hope to offer you as soon as possible tests of these new peripherals, marketed at the recommended prices of 169 and 199 € for the G713 and G715 keyboards, and 99 € for the G705 mouse.

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