Logitech has released ahead of the launch of Windows 8 with gesture products – a wireless touchpad and two touch mice. The Touch Mouse T620 supports Windows 8 gestures out of the box. The T620 mouse entire top surface is touch-enabled. The Zone Touch Mouse T400 has a touch strip that you can use to scroll through live tiles and also move up and down through pages.
These products are like a copy of Apple’s track pad and mouse. The Logitech Touchpad T650 supports thirteen Windows 8 gestures, and can be recharged via USB.
The Logitech Touch Mouse T620 and Logitech Zone Touch Mouse T400 priced at $69.99 and $49.99 respectively. The Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 is priced at $79.99.
The new Logitech Harmony Touch will have a 2.4-inch color touchscreen with support for control your TV remote by tapping, swiping or scrolling through up to 50 channel icons. The new remote will cost you $249 and it controls only via IR.
Logitech unveils its $300 set-top box that will bring Google’s new TV service to people who don’t want to buy a new television set. We are not sure that is a good price from Logitech. Why buy another box to plug in?
At launch Google TV users will be able to access Amazon On Demand, Netflix, Twitter, Turner Broadcasting, HBO, USA Today, The New York Times. But there are no news about partnering with major TV networks like ABC, Fox and CBS.
Logitech two new mice with Darkfield Laser Tracking can be used virtually on any surfaces including glass and high-gloss surfaces. The new mice are Logitech Performance Mouse MX and Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX. Logitech’s Performance Mouse MX will retail at $100, featuring four thumb controls and includes a micro-USB charger. The portable Anywhere Mouse MX will retail at $80.
Logitech has revealed the latest Squeezebox range – Squeezebox Boom which stream audio from a computer or internet radio station via WiFi. It features an integrated amplifier, high-performance speakers and a simplified setup. It will be available in September for $299.99. Read full press release after the jump.