Tuesday, October 12th 2021

Logitech G and Riot Games Introduce the Official Gaming Gear of League of Legends

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, in partnership with Riot Games, creator of League of Legends, introduced today a series of collectible League of Legends PC gaming gear. Offering the same high-performance that gamers have come to expect from Logitech G, this collaboration is designed with the League of Legends proprietary Hextech look and feel across a suite of products that includes the Logitech G PRO X Gaming Headset, the Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse, the Logitech G PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, and the Logitech G840 XL Gaming Mouse pad.

"When you love a game like League of Legends, you immerse yourself in it like it's your real world," said Peter Kingsley, CMO of Logitech G. "We built this collection in collaboration with the League of Legends team, based on the idea of marrying our pro-level products and technologies with League of Legends iconic Hextech designs. The headset, keyboard, mouse and mousepad are clad in special League colors, creating a unique collection designed to inspire transcendent levels of gameplay."
In League of Legends, Hextech is the magic-imbued technology that powers regions of Piltover and Zaun. At its foundation, Hextech combines clean and layered geometry of art deco-inspired architecture with a guide magical force, a combination of modern and fantastic. As the official design language of the League brand, Hextech not only empowers, but also guides the players.

"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Logitech G," said Ashley Maidy, Head of Consumer Products, Riot Games. "They have been a fantastic collaborator when it comes to enhancing the player experience and bringing League of Legends to life. The new pro-level collection elevates any players' experience by translating our League of Legends Hextech technology into sleek performance driven products."

The PRO X Gaming Headset League of Legends Edition was created to inspire League fans and engineered to elevate tournament-level competitors. Built on proven PRO X technology developed with and for Esports pros, this headset features a premium build for outstanding comfort and durability, Blue VO!CE technology for transcendent communications, and 7.1 surround sound for maximum immersion and clarity.

The PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard League of Legends Edition is a compact tenkeyless design, that frees up table space for low-sens mousing. Featuring durable GX Brown Tactile Switches, it delivers discernable feedback without being too loud or distracting. This keyboard features programmable LIGHTSYNC RGB and onboard memory, letting gamers customize and store a lighting pattern for tournaments.

Logitech G has also added the PRO Wireless Mouse League of Legends Edition. This mouse features LIGHTSPEED Wireless, an ultra-lightweight form, a HERO 25K sensor for pixel precise targeting and 50-mm click durability. With 4-8 customizable buttons, including four removable side buttons, the PRO Wireless Mouse delivers pro-level control and precision.

The G840 XL Gaming Mouse Pad brings the Summoner's rift to your desk and ties the collection together. Its generous 900-mm x 400-mm extra-large format delivers a consistent, stable 3-mm height to eliminate mouse interference while offering maximum play configuration options.

Part of a collection that's more than a gaming setup, these are tools of legend, forged by magic, tempered by science, and wielded by champions.

Pricing and Availability

Starting today, all products are available at LogitechG.com. The PRO X Gaming Headset League of Legends Edition will retail for $129.99, the PRO Mechanical Gaming Keyboard League of Legends Edition will retail for $129.99, the PRO Wireless Mouse League of Legends Edition retails for $129.99, and the Logitech G840 XL Gaming Mouse Pad League of Legends Edition will retail for $49.99.
Source: Logitech G
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15 Comments on Logitech G and Riot Games Introduce the Official Gaming Gear of League of Legends

#1
Vayra86
Wait what. A bog standard KB and mouse for 130 a pop?

I thought the mouse was 49,99 but then I read 'pad'. lol.
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#2
Fourstaff
Not sure if I dig the colour scheme. They are maintaining the same price though, as opposed to charging a premium for new fancy colour.
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#3
Khonjel
Fuck off logitech. Fix your double click issue first.
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#4
TheLostSwede
Vayra86Wait what. A bog standard KB and mouse for 130 a pop?

I thought the mouse was 49,99 but then I read 'pad'. lol.
Well... It's branding? :ohwell:
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#5
zlobby
Hmm, I don't recall when was the last time someone made gear for games like Hentai Sakura or Lust Theory. Talk about double standards!
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#6
Khonjel
zlobbyHmm, I don't recall when was the last time someone made gear for games like Hentai Sakura or Lust Theory. Talk about double standards!
I'd like one for Azur Lane personally. Specially that fox lady yummm

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#7
Hyderz
KhonjelFuck off logitech. Fix your double click issue first.
i thought it was just me, where are you experiencing double click issues?
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#8
Vayra86
KhonjelI'd like one for Azur Lane personally. Specially that fox lady yummm

That's a really odd way to inflate balloons.
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#9
zlobby
KhonjelI'd like one for Azur Lane personally. Specially that fox lady yummm

:D
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#10
Khonjel
Hyderzi thought it was just me, where are you experiencing double click issues?
It's not just you and me. Almost everyone who've bought Logitech mice in recent years havr faced the double-click hell.
Nobody knows the exact reason since Logitech exclusively uses Omron switches and they've been the golden standard like Cherry is in keyboard-space.

This guy did an in-depth research into the problem:

And came away with conclusion that the switches are current-starved. As summarised in thios reddit post:
hardware/comments/o1jvsy
These days just buy mice with Optical switches or change out the switch to oprical ones if yours is failing.
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#11
Hyderz
KhonjelIt's not just you and me. Almost everyone who've bought Logitech mice in recent years havr faced the double-click hell.
Nobody knows the exact reason since Logitech exclusively uses Omron switches and they've been the golden standard like Cherry is in keyboard-space.

This guy did an in-depth research into the problem:

And came away with conclusion that the switches are current-starved. As summarised in thios reddit post:
hardware/comments/o1jvsy
These days just buy mice with Optical switches or change out the switch to oprical ones if yours is failing.
i would have from time to time double click issues,
sometimes when i click and hold, it just automatically releases ....
for example in hearthstone where i would drag a card to play or target something, it would not hit
and in diablo 3 try to click and drag item would auto release...
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#12
Kiyo420
KhonjelFuck off logitech. Fix your double click issue first.
Way to be rude and living back in 2019? They did you fucking dip.
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#13
Khonjel
Kiyo420Way to be rude and living back in 2019? They did you fucking dip.
You joined just to reply to me cause I hurt your widdle baeby logitech? :laugh:
zlobby
:D
The 2nd Ara Ara was unrealistic. Thumb down.
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#14
zlobby
KhonjelYou joined just to reply to me cause I hurt your widdle baeby logitech? :laugh:


The 2nd Ara Ara was unrealistic. Thumb down.
Well, if I had posted a more lewd one I'd surely would have been given the hammer. I'm quite surprised mods even let me this far.
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#15
Khonjel
zlobbyWell, if I had posted a more lewd one I'd surely would have been given the hammer. I'm quite surprised mods even let me this far.
You don't get it. Ara Aras are supposed to sound with a mature big sister voice. The girl you posted does that in all but the 2nd voice. Suddenly doing a loli voice.
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