When Logitech unveiled its “G” lineup back in March, it became clear that the company was beginning to get serious about gaming. It’s not that Logitech had ignored gamers all these years – because that’s hardly the case. Instead, the company began to dig deeper into what it was that would produce the ultimate gaming peripheral, and as the company itself put it, a lot of “science” went into this lineup.
Fast-forward to today. On its official blog, Logitech announced two things; A) It’s once again sponsoring the League of Legends Season Championship, and B) it’s worked with the game’s developer, Riot Games, to increase the level of functionality between its flagship (and only, actually) game to make Logitech the no-brainer choice.
The team’s efforts resulted in these enhancements:
Cool stuff, and because anyone can access the SDK for the display on these keyboards, anyone (well, a developer) could code up a similar interface for their favorite game. If Logitech ends up making a mechanical version of its G510s or G19s, I think I’ll be getting a new keyboard.