The most affordable of all three, the Gaming Mouse G700, comes in at $100 sporting the ergonomic curves of Logitech's MX line with a 5,700 dpi, 1GHz response laser sensor common to high-end gaming mice. The G700 offers 13 programmable buttons that can perform single actions or complex macros with a click. There's also a dual-mode scroll wheel and a plug-in USB cable that'll let you use your wireless mouse as a wired device when your battery is running low.
Next up is the $120 Gaming Keyboard G510 featuring an LCD display for real-time game stats and PC performance data, user-selectable custom backlighting, and 18 programmable keys with three mode states for up to 54 possible macro settings per game. Fans of the original G15 will be familiar with this new Mac and Windows compatible keyboard.
Finally, the Gaming Headset G930 offers 7.1 Dolby surround sound, three programmable keys, a noise-cancelling microphone, and 2.4GHz RF connectivity good for up to 40 feet of distance from the computer. The battery inside this wireless headset is good for ten hours per charge and can be charged with a USB cable while in use. Expect the G930 to lighten your wallet by $160 when it debuts later this month.