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according to TechPowerUp news, today Logitech G launched the Aurora series of peripherals, including mice, keyboards, headsets and other products.

Officials say the new series is designed to be gender inclusive, not gender exclusive, to meet the needs of female gamers while also being suitable for other gamers looking for an interesting design experience.

The Logitech Aurora series is described as having a unique aesthetic and design language, while also supporting personalization through custom accessories and colors. Logitech says the Aurora series was designed based on feedback from the Logitech community of female gamers, and the series is designed to meet the wants and needs of a minority group of gamers.

The Logitech Aurora series includes the following products.

G735 Wireless Gaming Headset: Featuring a white mist finish, ethereal RGB lighting, it is also the first Logitech G headset to feature the new Blue VO!CE microphone technology, which modulates the player’s sound and enables preferred audio settings to be saved in the G Hub and directly in the headset. The headset supports 56 hours of battery life (without lighting) and supports Logitech G LIGHTSPEED wireless technology and Bluetooth connectivity.

G715 and G713 Mechanical Gaming Keyboards: Compact layouts and adjustable heights ensure all-day comfort, providing 25 hours of non-stop gaming and LIGHTSPEED wireless or Bluetooth connectivity, both with the included Cloud-Soft palm rest.

G705 Wireless Gaming Mouse: Designed for smaller hands and weighing only 85 grams, the G705 Wireless Gaming Mouse is designed for durability, lightness, comfort and performance.

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