Logitech is testing accessories for Windows 8
As the Windows 8 release date is soon approaching, gadgets and accessories manufacturers gear up for release of new devices. Leading gadget companies have unveiled Windows 8 laptop-hybrid tablets at IFA event, Berlin in August, gadget accessories companies are prepping up with accessories that will cater to touch-enabled operational experience. Logitech is one such company to test a mouse which is specially optimized to Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system.
Logitech’s Windows 8 optimized mouse Â
Logitech’s mouse is designed to support Windows 8 operating system. This mouse is said to have gesture support which will cater to motion-based controls of Windows 8. Hence, users can swipe in from left or right in order to perform their desired functions.
In addition to this mouse, Logitech is also testing other accessories including Logitech t650, a wireless rechargeable touchpad. This touchpad will be compatible to devices running both Windows RT and Windows 8. This Logitech touchpad is made responsive to 13 different gestures and also a glass touch surface to support different Windows 8 shortcuts.
Microsoft’s own accessories for Windows 8
Microsoft has designed its own line-up of Windows 8-based accessories including Sculpt Comfort keyboard, Wedge Mobile keyboard among others. These two Windows 8-based accessories are made with keys for most commonly used shortcut options such as Device and Settings, Windows 8 Search, Share among others.