It seems that Logitech wants to impress its users by launching M720 Triathlon, a mouse that is able to work on multiple screens and operating systems. If you have to use more devices, you will not have to worry about the mouse because M720 can take up to three devices at once. All you have to do is to touch a button that will switch between them.
Moreover, the mouse can be used on many operating systems, such as Windows, Mac OS, Android or Linux. It can also connect to Bluetooth and its battery was improved so you can use it for two years before you will have to change it. If you want to buy M720, it is available for $69.99. This gadget will be useful for those who have to use more computers at once.Using more mice can be complicated, especially when we have more tasks to do. People are now expecting to see a keyboard who is able to work on more computers in the same time. As Logitech used us, we can see this happen in the future.
Logitech has also prepared other surprises for us. They launched the silent mouse. If you did not enjoy the clicks made by your mouse, you can try Logitech’s M330 Silent Plus. This will really help people who are studying in the library or those who are in a cafe and they do not want to disturb people near them. Of course, this mouse is not made for gamers because it is a simple one, just for those who did not want to hear the noise made by the click.
We see that Logitech is taking the mouse’s market to another level. They are trying to keep their customers satisfied and find ways to improve their products. M720 is going to be a great gadget and we are sure many people will use it, especially those who use more computers and need their work to be done fast.
We can’t wait to see what other surprises Logitech has prepared for us. The company developed a lot of products that are now used by millions of people in the whole world. With a better battery and amazing features, M720 seems to be the mouse we all have been waiting for. What do you think about this new mouse? Will it help you while using more devices?
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