According to the press release, the G15 keyboard will have a built-in auxiliary LCD display, and 18 programmable keys. Users will be able to program the LCD to show in-game information and even information from other applications. It should be interesting to see what other uses that the LCD will have for gamers. The product will retail for about $80.
The G5 is a corded device and the G7 is a cordless laser mouse. Both devices will have a resolution up to 2000 dpi, which can be adjusted on the fly (just like the Logitech MX518). Although Logitech claims that the G7 will have no lag or interference, it will be interesting to see if that is really true. Users can expect to see the G5 and G7 gaming mice sometime in September, with the G5 retailing for $69.99 and G7 retailing with a $99.99 price tag. To read more about both of these mice, head over to the Logitech website.
Update (08/12): We had the pleasure to briefly talk with Erik Charlton, senior product-marketing manager at Logitech, who shared a few ideas and details on Logitech recently announced products, please read on for the full interview.