Logitech unveils wireless backlit keyboard and trackpad accessories for Mac

Good news Mac users, if you’re looking for new peripherals for your Mac computer and you don’t think that Apple’s wireless keyboard or trackpad can cut it, you might be interested to learn that Logitech has unveiled some alternatives for you in the form of the wireless backlit keyboard and trackpad designed for Mac computers in mind, although in the case of the keyboard, it will play nice with iOS devices as well thanks to its Bluetooth connectivity. If you’re wondering why the keyboard looks familiar, it’s because it’s pretty much the same Bluetooth wireless keyboard Logitech announced not too long ago, with the exception that this model comes with dedicated buttons designed for Mac and iOS. The keyboard will feature dedicated keys that will allow users to adjust screen brightness and volume.

The Logitech Rechargeable Trackpad on the other hand will feature a glass surface designed to mimic a smartphone/tablet’s display, and will be fully compatible with a wide range of multitouch gestures, such as click, scroll, swiping and zooming. Logitech also claims that the trackpad had been built to withstand fingerprints and scratches. If either peripheral interests you, the backlit keyboard is expected to retail for $100, while the trackpad will go for $70. Both are expected to be made available in January 2013. [Press release]

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