Logitech launches new gaming mouse pads G440 and G240
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Computer peripherals manufacturer, Logitech India, announced two gaming mouse pads -G440 hard gaming pad and G240 cloth gaming pad- to its gaming devices. The new pads offer optimised surfaces for both high and low DPI game play. G 440 is customized for high-dpi gaming to feel the adrenaline of hitting high speeds without spinning out of control. The hard mouse pad helps gamers by improving glide consistency and mouse tracking performance. Moreover, the hard polymer surface gives the precise cursor placement. The surface of the Logitech G440 complements the full line of Logitech G mouse sensors to make great accuracy.
G240 is specifically designed to give you just the right amount of friction to keep the mouse moving at the right speed. The mouse pad is crafted to complement the full line of Logitech G mouse sensors and mouse moving at the right speed. With features like heat-treated and black textile surface, mice sensors pinpoint accuracy and is verified to improve glide consistency and tracking performance.
Speaking on the launch, Subrotah Biswas, Director, Logitech India and South West Asia, said, "We are very thrilled to bring our gamers the new gaming mouse pads with stimulating features. Gamers always require convenient range of peripherals that offer a competitive edge.
G440 and G240 are priced at Rs.2125 and Rs 1595 respectively.
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