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    Logitech introduced two new products to a wide audience. One of them is a compact wireless mouse Pebble M350, and the second — a bunch of keyboards and mouse MK470 Slim Combo. The goods will arrive on the shelves of computer peripherals before the end of this month.

    Logitech introduced the Pebble M350 mouse and MK470 Slim Combo kit

    The Logitech Pebble M350 wireless mouse features a minimalist design and quiet operation. At the same time, the tactile sense of clicking is preserved, but the sound level is reduced by 90%. The wheel also scrolls silently.

    Logitech introduced the Pebble M350 mouse and MK470 Slim Combo kit

    Logitech MK470 Slim Combo wireless kit is also made in a simple and modern design. The low-profile keys remind of laptops, and the ultra-thin mouse has a symmetrical design and will suit equally well both right-handed and left-handed people. Compact devices will save space on the table.



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