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Logitech Malaysia takes stylish approach to traditional computing devices

AvantiKumar | May 20, 2014
The new 2014 lineup is designed to realign devices to suit different lifestyles, said Logitech's Malaysia, Philippines & Brunei Country Manager KP Sim.

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Photo - Models show the Logitech M235 Colour Collection in Malaysia


Computer accessories provider Logitech has launched a new lineup of products in Malaysia that aim to match traditional computer devices to suit the different lifestyles of users, it said.

Logitech's Malaysia, Philippines & Brunei country manager KP Sim said the new range includes the Logitech M235 FY15 Colour Collection, Logitech M545, Logitech M165, Logitech MK240, Logitech Z443 and Logitech  G502,.

"Our new range takes traditional computer devices like the mouse, keyboard and speaker and gives them a much more stylish approach," said  Sim "Our new mouse, keyboard combo and speaker that are now available in the market were designed to suit the different lifestyles and trends of Malaysians. Whether you're a gamer, designer, teacher, musician or in other professions, we have the device that will help you stand out amongst the rest."

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Photo - Introducing Logitech's new product range for 2014 are KP Sim, Logitech Country Manager of Malaysia, Philippines and Brunei (2nd from left)  and Jacklyn Chia, Logitech Marcom Specialist of Malaysia & Brunei (2nd from right).

He said that the new range of available products comprises:

- Logitech Wireless Mouse M235, available in four colours: Green Envy, Bubble Bath, Blue Bliss and Daring Diva.
- Logitech Multimedia Speaker system Z443 uses a dark wood body and fabric grills to deliver 55w RMS/110w peak power
- Logitech G502 Proteus Core for gamers is "the world's first 12,000 DPI sensor mouse with advanced surface and weight tuning.

The Logitech M545 navigation mouse, Logitech M165 wireless mouse and Logitech MK240 wireless keyboard and mouse combo will only be available in Malaysia towards the end of the year, said Sim.

For more information please visit Logitech's Malaysia website.


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