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Logitech is introducing a gaming headset and a gaming keyboard at International CES. The company can be found at North Meeting Room N242.
The G35 gaming headset, which is engineered to capture eight fully discrete channels from PC action games and powered by Dolby technology, comes with three G-keys for one-touch command, on-ear audio controls, an adjustable noise-canceling microphone that's said to focus on the user's voice and three swappable headbands.
The headset boasts 7.1 surround sound powered by Dolby technology, and Dolby Pro Logic II that's used in conjunction with Dolby Headphone technology to create an expanded stereo sound for files recorded in traditional formats, the company said.
It also has on-ear audio controls to deliver quick access to volume, microphone mute and surround sound.
Logitech is also debuting at CES its G19 keyboard with a color GamePanel LCD that can be tilted to show game stats, VoIP communication data and other favorite items. Features include user-selectable character back-lighting color, 12 fully programmable G-keys, two high-speed USB ports and a multi-key input.
Suggested retail is $99.99 with availability scheduled for March.
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