In addition to its wireless keyboard for Nintendo Wii, Logitech has also launched hard cases for the Nintendo DS Lite and Sony PSP (2000 Series), as well as a Driving Force Wireless feedback racing wheel designed for the PlayStation3.
Logitech PlayGear Pocket Lite Hard Case for Nintendo DS Lite
With its polycarbonate construction, the Logitech PlayGear Pocket Lite hard case will protect your DS Lite with a shell of armour while the play-in-case design provides access to your DS Lite controls and connections. The case also allows you to carry and protect up to four DS Lite games. Users can also create their custom skins by using the included template to trace around your favourite artwork, and then cut and insert inside the translucent exterior case.
Logitech PlayGear Pocket Slim Hard Case for Sony PSP (2000 Series)
The Logitech PlayGear Pocket Slim hard case for Sony PSP (2000 series), is a solid polycarbonate case that will give you protection wherever you are playing. The PlayGear Pocket Slim case lets you add your own personal style to your PSP. Simply use the included template to trace around your favourite artwork, and then cut and insert the skins inside the translucent exterior case. To help you achieve longer hours of portable entertainment, the PlayGear Pocket Slim case also fits Sony’s 2200 mAH extended-life battery kit.
Logitech Driving Force Wireless force feedback racing wheel for PlayStation 3
Quick to set up and easy to store, Logitech’s one-piece design includes an expandable lap rest so you don’t need to mount your wheel to a table. You can conveniently experience the exceptional realism of force feedback driving anywhere you want – on the sofa, the arm chair or the floor.
Everything you need is built into the one-piece design of the Driving Force Wireless, including controls for gas, brake, shifting and menu navigation. Also featuring 2.4 GHz wireless technology for lag-free range of up to 10 metres, the Driving Force Wireless force feedback wheel adds convenience to your racing experience by eliminating the console cable.
To start racing, just plug in the USB receiver and power cord, put in a driving game, adjust the lap rest to a comfortable position and wait for the race to begin. There’s no mounting or assembly involved. And when you’re ready to put it away, the USB receiver can be stowed in a convenient compartment.
Pricing and Availability
The new Logitech products will be available starting August and will have the following RRPs:
The Logitech PlayGear Pocket Lite: $24.95.
The Logitech PlayGear Pocket Slim: $29.95.
The Logitech Driving Force Wireless force feedback wheel: $149.95