home : hot deals & information involving: Logitech Friday, July 29, 2016
- Logitech Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad $20
Logitech Wireless Touch Keyboard K400 with Touchpad for $19.92 with free shipping or in-store pickup.
Comes with a 2.4GHz USB adapter for connecting to a desktop or laptop computer.
Normally sells for about $31.
Beware that wireless keyboards are susceptible to hackers.
As a Wired.com writer explains, a nearby hacker can tap into your keyboard.
They can either:
Listen to what you are typing (passwords, email addresses, credit card numbers, etc), and
Inject keystrokes at a rate of 1,000 words per minute, which can hijack your computer with commands like uploading private information or opening a backdoor that the hacker can exploit later.
So if you are security conscious, please be aware of the risks of using wireless keyboards in an office building, apartment complex, or coffee shop where hackers can be close by.
- Logitech G402 Gaming Optical Mouse for $30
Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Gaming Mouse for $30 today.
Normally at least $40.
Mostly positive reviews.
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
- Logitech Illuminated Keyboard for $48
Logitech K740 Wired (USB) Illuminated Keyboard for PC is on sale for $48.
Normally sells for $60 and $60 and up, and has over 2,000 positive reviews combined on Amazon and Newegg.
This is our favorite keyboard for someone who spends their day typing.
Its keypress depth is shallower than a traditional keyboard, similar to the keyboard that comes with most laptop computers and Mac desktops.
While gamers will prefer other, more "mushy" style keypresses, this Logitech feels more comfortable for typing than most other keyboards we have used.
The letters on the keyboard can illuminate with an on/off button.
However the F keys (function keys) do not illuminate, making them very difficult to see in the dark.
In my opinion though, I never risk eyestrain by using a computer in the dark, but like the cool look of the keyboard at night.
Staples is also selling a 2-pack of Rayovac Flashlights for $3.50.
Includes 2 D batteries per flashlight (4 batteries).
Four D batteries alone for $3.50 is 88¢ per battery, a great deal since 6 Rayovac batteries normally go for $7, which is $1.17 per battery without getting 2 flashlights.