UPDATE: Logitech has announced a major change to its newest mousepad, and it’s a huge one.
The company will discontinue the old mousepad in the US and Canada.
The old mouse pad will still be available in Europe, but the new one will be $100 less.
“The mousepad is our best-selling product, and we’re announcing today that we’re discontinuing it in the United States and Canada,” Logitech said in a statement.
“We have a plan to build a new mousepad that will be significantly more powerful and better designed.”
Logitech says it has redesigned the mouse pad to better work with the latest gaming headsets, and now you’ll have a much more comfortable experience with the new mouse pad.
The new mouse will be available exclusively through Logitech, and will be made with high-end materials like plastic, and be able to withstand extreme temperatures.
You’ll also have the option of purchasing the mouse at an additional cost.
The mousepad’s design also means that the mouse is no longer a standard-size keyboard, and instead will be more like a gaming pad.
It’ll be about the size of a desktop keyboard, but will work with a variety of headsets.
If you don’t want to shell out $100 for the new Logitech mouse, you can still get the old one.
Logitech will continue to sell the mouse through its own website, and you can also get it at select retailers for a $99 purchase.
This isn’t the first time Logitech is changing the mouse.
In August, the company announced it was replacing the mouse with an Ultrasonic sensor.
This sensor, which can sense vibrations in the mouse, can detect pressure and pressure-sensitive keys.
If a mouse is not in the right place at the right time, the sensor can misfire and make it feel like it’s moving.
This is particularly troublesome for the Logitech Mousepad, which is one of Logitechs most popular products.
If the sensor detects pressure, it’ll be triggered to move to the next location, and the new sensor will detect the right location and activate the trigger.
This will allow the mouse to move in a way that’s much more accurate, and allow users to adjust the mouse cursor to their liking.
Logiaitech will also be removing the mouse and keyboard as well.
In a statement, Logitech wrote that the switch to the new technology will allow Logitech to deliver better ergonomics to users who rely on the keyboard and mouse more than the mouse or mousepad.
“Our new Ultrasonic Sensor is the perfect fit for our customers who want to experience a mouse as an extension of their hand,” LogiLabs said.
“When we were introducing the LogiMouse, we saw that the keyboard was already a popular piece of technology and that people wanted a more comfortable mouse for gaming, and they found it too heavy to comfortably use.
We believe that the new Ultrasec sensor will allow users a much easier way to experience our mouse and mousepad.”
LogiLab and Logitech have also announced the release of a new version of their popular Logitech Wireless mouse, which will be launching in the fall.