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Logitech Harmony Elite Remote Control & Hub - £119 Amazon Deal of the Day
Found 18th DecFound 18th Dec
The current top of the range Logitech Harmony Remote, at the lowest price it's ever been according to CamelCamelCamel. This version includes the Hub, which allows for integration … Read more
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Purchased after much consideration. Just bought an Echo, so hoping to integrate both and see what magic I can create 8) Thanks OP.


Just ordered as this would seem to make our life's much easier. Hope.its as good as it reads.


Ordered, thanks Op (y) . I've had a Harmony One for years and it's been a blessing, making things easier for the family to control my kit. Bought a new tv, amp, speakers and hue lights lately and all my old stuff is being moved into another room and couldn't face reprogramming the old remote with all my new kit so starting afresh with this one 🔥 (y)


No, you don't need the remote for Alexa support, just the hub as you suspect. However controlling playback (rewind/fast-forward), navigating menus and the like will be far easier with a remote. I only use Alexa to start and stop activities - for everything else I use the remote.

Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Romer-G, £48.99 at amazon
Found 18th DecFound 18th Dec
Black friday price.

If you hit them hard there is a metallic noise as they bottom out. I've only had membrane keyboards before so can't compare to other switches. Normal typing is louder than the Cherry office membrane keyboard I had before, but not much, it doesn't annoy me or others in the same room. Apparently it's one of the quietest mechanical switches. 1:36 for the G413. Also, it's SO much nicer to type on. Like, why the hell didn't I get one years ago difference. The only downside is now normal keyboards feel like typing on custard soaked sponge.


Mine arrived last week and from a quick look it was virtually silent! That said, I havent actually fully unpackaged and used it yet.


How loud are the romer-G switches? I would like something for when i'm not at home working but it is often in shared offices.


Seems mighty cheap for a mechanical! Decent brand too! Heat. :)

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25% Off up to 3 Items on the Logitech Website - Wuntu App 
25/12/2018Expires on 25/12/2018LocalLocalFound 17th DecFound 17th Dec
25% Off up to 3 Items on the Logitech Website - Wuntu App Use the Wuntu app to get the code, click through to Logitech's website, choose 3 items, apply code at checkout. Ends … Read more
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I don't care how cheap, I'm never buying Logitech again. Their products are poor quality and the warranties are not worth the paper they are written on. Logitech does not honour it's warranties. CS are dishonest and unhelpful. Read their reviews. Also there have been lawsuits in the US by consumers who were lied to and strung along by Logitech who deliberately tried to avoid warranty assistance, amongst other things


Not true. It depends on want you're buying. The XL mouse mat G840 is £40 on Amazon, £43 on Logitech's site. With the discount it's £32.25. You can also get the flagship Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse with Hero Sensor for £97.50 instead of Amazon's price of £125.


The prices on their website are so shit that even with the 25% discount, Amazon is still cheaper.


Logitech G502 Mouse at Amazon for £39.99
Found 16th DecFound 16th Dec
Use this mouse daily, it’s really good and excellent value at this price
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Bought one a little while ago, solid mouse.


Same price in pcworld.


Looks similar granted but only a 3rd of the DPI and that is just a quick glance at the specs.


(lol) - Is that serious?!


This lidlone looks almost exactly the same at half the price.... https://www.lidl.co.uk/en/MiddleofLidl.htm?articleId=18547

Logitech G703 Wireless Gaming Mouse with Wireless Charging Compatibility Lightspeed - Black, £59.99 at Amazon
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Lightspeed Wireless technology features a 1 ms report rate for competition-level twitch targeting. System requirements is windows 10, windows 8.1, windows 8, windows 7 and mac os x… Read more

Now expired, missed it, next time :(


The G703 is a great mouse, but if you wanted something very similar (but cheaper) the G603 is on sale for 35.99. How the G603 differs: No internally rechargable battery (1 or 2 AA batteries needed, 2x included in box) Different colour scheme (grey instead of black) No RGB lighting Slightly higher weight (112g with 1 battery/ 135g with 2) Arguably a better sensor (Hero sensor) Both mice have the same shape and dimensionss - which is ideal for claw/palm grip styles.


Seeing "wireless" and "gaming" in one sentence always makes me smile. I prefer mice with a tiltable, programmable wheel, like my trusty G9X. Otherwise not bad.


Wireless gaming mice are decent nowadays, with the possible few exceptions on the budget end of the scale. Even then, they aren't awful in my experience. Reviews will normally flag up any poor performers anyway :)


No the Lighseep connector gives sometimes even a better response than some other "gaming mouse" out there...

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Logitech H800 Wireless / Bluetooth Noise Cancelling headset (Amazon) £47.19
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Been after one of these for a while. Have a wired, non noise cancelling Logitech one at work but I’ve been using a set of Bluetooth headphones at home and getting ‘poor audio quali… Read more

No issues then? Been in the office today and checked, my wired one is the Logitech H340 so looks like it's vaguely similar.


My wife uses this because it's lightweight. They're amazing. Really are. Highly recommend them and Logitech are a great brand.


I toggled one star to have a look and it looks like a lot of them relate to the lesser H600. Not overly worried as if it’s crap or breaks it can go back to Amazon


Pretty much 25% of reviews are 1 or 2 stars...? :/


Cheers that's good to know

Logitech G413 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Romer-G with USB Pass Through, UK Layout - Carbon £48.99 @ Amazon
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
I was looking for a replacement for my ageing Steelseries 7G when I came across this on Amazon. It's the cheapest it's been according to CamelCamelCamel.

I was considering purchasing this but the reviews state that the keys break very easily and Logitech won’t replace it for free. Anyone know a good alternative good for both typing and gaming for under £50?


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Update: The keyboard arrived yesterday. It's very well made, it feels weighty and compact. I really like the red backlight which is much more subtle than the bright white indicator LEDs on the SteelSeries I had before. The keyboard comes with a key puller and a spare set of frequently used gaming keys (12345QWERASD); this is a nice bonus, i'd still be using my SteelSeries if it had come with similar set of extra keys. With respect to the Romer-G keys, they feel a little bit more mushy than the MX blacks I was used to - I don't think this is a bad thing, they just feel different which is to be expected when changing keyboard after 5 years.


Not seeing that price point on the link anymore.... :-(


Is this good for touch typing?

Logitech Z533 Multimedia Speaker System with Subwoofer (UK Plug) 120W £58.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Powerful sound that moves you With 120 W of peak power, the Logitech Z533 multimedia speaker system unleashes powerful acoustics with rich lows and detailed highs for robust, room… Read more

Indeed, it's generally had very good reviews for these speakers


Got these speakers a while back, can’t remrmber how much I paid but these are great speakers for a pc

Logitech MX Sound Bluetooth Speakers £55.49 @ Amazon
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
£71 direct from Logitech. Currently £55.49 lowest historical Amazon price. Smart looking speakers to compliment a minimal desktop setup. Design Award 2018 winner. Bluetooth s… Read more

Just received my order of the MX Sound BT Speakers & a pair Logitech Z200 speakers. I initially focussed on purchasing the Z200 Amazon DOTD posted here on HUKD as a £15 cheapo pair of PC speakers, but then looking around I spotted the MX's which were also on offer, "so why not try them out as well?" I thought. The MX's look good, it's just the bass port that detracts slightly, otherwise they could get away with looking almost B&O'ish. They make the Z200's look really tacky in comparison. MX has line in, aux in and the BT to allow you to connect up to 3 sources. Plugged in, I can't hear much buzz when turned up to full volume, so, so far so good. I have to I'm going to try them out for a day or so before I make the final decision to stick with them (which is 99% certain at the moment, just looking for reasons to return them, I want to see if I witness the issues Amazon 1, 2 & 3 star reviews touch upon). As for the Z200's are definitely going back. Tat which at £15 is just about acceptable for having in your garage or shed, but no more than that. The MX's, I think you might like 'em. Not that much bass. But enough for listening to at low to mid volume levels. At the reduced price, I think these might prove to be a useful addition to a desk/compact media setup. For the same money, I haven't seen anything that looks good that comes close to being a credible alternative.


Unless you go HiFi (and then it's a question of how much is your budget as you can spend anything between £200 to £200k very easily), frequency response of mass produced consumer audio can't be made affordable and cover the whole 20 to 20,000 Hz audio range without uncovering the speaker driver's shortcomings. So companies start mucking about with equalisation to mask things, to create a good initial listening impression of their product. The likes of Bose or JBL emphasising bass (which in a shop demo, a lot of people think wow - you can feel the bass and it's coming from that tiny little speaker that looks all cute) or screechy treble that's been overboosted, the mid-range is often forgotten about. It's all about how delicate the approach has been to recreate as pure a sound as you can within the budget. The flatter the response curve between 20 to 20KHz the better, but you've the numbers after the £sign that's the constraint. Decent speakers need solid cabinets, drivers that can handle power without distorting and that starts with the quality of materials. Otherwise you get resonance, distortion and sibilance and their detrimental effect to your tunes. If you listen to all sorts of music that's been well recorded and then not compressed within an inch of its life via aggressive mp3 file size reduction, then you're going to crave a HiFi set up, especially if you want to turn it up and feel the music wash over you. It doesn't necessarily need to be cranked all the way up. But I'm harping on about ideal solutions for HiFi that cost money-money. You can spend about £750 to £1k on a starter setup consisting of a decent amp and a pair of bookshelf or floorstanding speakers and an audiophile-ish BlueTooth receiver (eg: Arcam's rBlink) and the sound will fill the room without being thud thud or screech screech. But it's another ballgame vs portable speakers that take up a few cm's on a desk. If you want HiFi to look nice, you're talking about adding zeros to the pricetag. Walnut finishes, piano gloss blacks, brushed aluminium. Funky shapes and not just boxes. It needs muchachos deniros. An exquisite HiFi blends into your home, it can be made to look like art. The Envaya's can be made into stereo pairs and for their size, they make you want to listen to music without getting tired of it - but already you're talking about 2 of them so - you're getting within the realms of £150. Try out the Logitech's you've ordered, listen to them and see how often you keep either changing the track or mucking about with the volume & eq controls. Can you listen to them at different volumes, ie first thing in the morning to get your motor started, and in the evening chilling out. If you find yourself thinking great song I want to listen to another, or the whole album, then you've got a good starting point. The Envaya's are good in so far that they're not anchored to a desk. When you want, you can grab one and take it to the bathroom, or the kitchen. Then, when you're in your study want to chill and do some work, or reading, pair two of them up and enjoy the stereo that pairing them up allows you to create. Most if not all BT speakers are just a glorified mono speaker. Like all good things in life, (I was going to say you need a pair, but I run the risk of being slagged off) so, needs a left and a right.


I thought that! So I ordered an used one from Amazon warehouse (good as new condition) as that way I wouldn't have a problem with returning them Thanks! Battery life wouldn't be an issue as they'd be plugged in, I'll have a look at those as a backup option Just wondering, but how does frequency response affect quality of sound? :/


Just don't destroy the packaging. Try them out. No idea what the frequency response is like. Denon Envaya's range of BT speakers sound good, but have battery life issues. Or you can get bookshelf HiFi type speakers which have a BT receiver built in, but you're now in the realm approaching £200ish.


Ordered, I'm not sure how these differ from normal speakers, would anyone be able to advise? The reviews say it has a good bass and I'm planning to use this not with my computer but to play music in the apartment and watch movies on the TV.

Logitech Z333 Multimedia Speakers @ Amazon - £29.99
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
RRP £49.99 £29.99 on Amazon as a 'limited time deal' £42 direct from Logitech £38.95 from eBay. Comes with a wired desktop controller for power on/off and volume. Loud, deep,… Read more

Portable tweeters?




These go to 'sleep' even while in use :(


In theory I don't see why not. Some reports on Amazon about persistent buzz and not playing nicely with the tv's volume level.


Bose - for bozos with more money than sense. Just my opinion. How they've managed to keep peddeling their wares defies belief.

Logitech Z200 Multimedia Speakers / PC Speakers - Midnight Black  £14.99 Prime / £19.48 Non Prime  @ Amazon
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
High audio quality: Multimedia/PC speakers deliver 10 W of peak power for rich, clear stereo and stunning acoustics that fill the room with sound Easy-to access controls: Front pa… Read more

Ordered on a whim because of the deal price. Received a moment ago, really tall and awkward looking for such a low powered speaker. Lightweight makes it prone to toppling over or moving around when playing any sort of volume through them.


Got a pair of these on my desk top,easy set up,very reliable. :{


(y) So bloody right.they are a solid bit of kit worth every penny. Keep bloody going I Want to replace as well but the damn things won’t break, even given to a 4 year old for throwing around taking a batterin they still work and the leads are intact so when you made the comment I couldn’t stop laughing.


Ordered, thanks MrBaz, looks like I can look forward to a happy Monday. Send Shaun Ryder our regards.


I got these for £22 in the Maplins closing down sale a few months back lol Very good speakers. Plug them straight into a headphone socket. Powered by mains. Has a headphone socket on the right speaker too which is handy. I use them with my PC. Very happy.

Logitech Z623 2.1 Speaker System for PC/Mac/Linux with 3.5 mm and RCA Audio Out - Black for £74.49 Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
In stock. Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Gift-wrap available. Powerful and reliable: The Z623 PC speakers provide big, bold 2.1 sound and are THX-certified for high quali… Read more

Been this price for quite some time now. So not voting either way.


By the way, these speakers are incredible.


Logitech MK330 Wireless Combo Keyboard and Mouse - £19.49 (Prime) / £23.98 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
Wireless keyboard and mouse set.

Might be a nice link for dos games on the pi. Thanks OP :)


Does this have the Logitech unifying dongle (has a "star" on it) or is it a MK330-specific one please? I think that it did use to ship with the unifying dongle, but might have changed to a (cheaper?) dedicated one which can't now be used across multiple set-ups...


Cracking deal. I posted this at £19.99 two weeks ago and thought that was a good price. Heat duly applied. :)


No free delivery


Got one of these sets a few week ago and no issues with it and only uses 1 usb dongle.

Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam, Full HD, £24.99 @ Amazon
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You'll probably all know about this great webcam by now. Back down to an excellent price

great price


Back to £31.18 now?


Hi mate. I agree with what you are saying. But on mine even going to the settings and pushing the focus slider all the way to the left, it could not focus far. After twisting the lens, i get the full range from the wall at the back (4m away) and my hand holding it 30cm away. Autofocus works well too. The fix was 10 mins job and there are many vids online to show you how to do it. Maybe it was a specific factory batch that was affected.


Yes. I had bought it to re-sell it when the price goes high ;) I bought last time and made a £8 profit selling it on eBay.


Yes it’s what all the YouTube’s use. That’s why it’s surprising how cheap it has gotten. Webcams 10 times the price arnt as good as this

Logitech MX Anywhere 2 AMZ Wireless Bluetooth Mouse for Windows and Mac - Black, £32.99 at amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
High-productivity mobile wireless mouse that provides the comfort and control you need at home, at work or on the go. Wireless operating distance: 10 meter Dual … Read more

I have the original. The scroll wheel can be either freewheel or traditional by pressing it down. There is a button next to the scroll wheel which can be mapped as third button if you wish. V2 seems to work the same based on the info on their website.


I don't think that works - check diktiomenos's comment.


Isn’t that the whole point of the MX, freewheel scrolling? You can press the wheel down to enable the old, slow and horrible clicking mode if you wish.




Ah ok. Thx

Logitech M720 Triathlon Mouse £27.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Lowest price ever on Amazon - decent mouse, similar to MX Master but much cheaper. Has the same style scroll wheel that you can change from line at a time to free scrolling. The … Read more
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(shock) :/


how water proof is this?


@ironfist you'll nerd an ironwrist after all the mice you have


I've got an MX Master and the one thing on this that is better is the placement of switching devices is on the side of the mouse. The MX Master has it on the bottom, which is a minor but noticeable inconvenience, if you switch between devices. Either way, Heat!

Logitech G433 Wired Gaming Headset Black at Amazon for £57.99
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Spotted the black version of these from amazon at £57.99, was previously at £74.95. Camo is at £64.99 whilst red/blue are at £74.95.

Self awareness is a rare, yet heavily under rated, quality. ;)


Maybe someone has both a pc and console? Maybe someone just wants a good looking set? Maybe we're spending too much mental effort on the comments section of this post.


Why not get a cheaper pair just for stereo then? You're paying extra for 7.1 on PC.


But they still do work and are a great set for someone not bothered about 7.1


It does but can't carry 7.1 from anything apart from a pc

Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Speakers/Surround Sound System - Black , £50.49 at amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Speakers/surround sound system, black Versatile connectivity: Connect the Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Speakers/surround sound system t… Read more

I've never liked the sound quality of Logitech speakers personally but speakers are highly subjective. I recommend Harman Kardon SoundSticks, prices vary from £70-£120 so If you're patient you may get a good deal, cheapest I could find right now was £110... but they are nice speakers, well balanced sound at all frequencies, great sub, the main speakers can go really loud without distortion. Mine are about 6 years old and they are falling apart a bit but otherwise fairly durable.


is this the best speaker under 100 pounds?


Any thoughts on this being used for a bedroom TV as an alternative to a soundbar?


Edit Just watched a video of it. Looks like it's an all in one speaker/tweeter


A passive radiator is a speaker without the coil. It's used in a sealed environment in conjunction with a matched active speaker. As the active one pushes out in drags the passive in due to the vacuum. Good way of keeping the bass tight and producing more sound, the opposite way to do this is a reflex port. The z506 has a reflex port on the front. I assume the tweeters are piezo electric.

Logitech M590, Wireless / Bluetooth Mouse - Amazon
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
M590 910-005197 Bluetooth mouse
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I bought 2 and I wish I hadn't. I've only opened one of them but it's the worst wireless mouse I've ever used. It sticks constantly and sometimes the mouse pointer just completely freezes and won't budge until you lift the mouse and reseat it somewhere else. I should add that this is on a surface with which a much cheaper logitech mouse (M185) has no issues whatsoever. I tried replacing the battery and moving the dongle nearer to the mouse - no change. I'm sending both of these back.


Those comments cannot be about the M590. Many Amazon comments are improperly linked to the wrong device. I connected my M590 concurrently to two BT 4.0 laptops in moments after opening the box. I was surprised to see the dongle, but see my previous post, was grateful for it to connect to an old BT 3.0 Laptop. So it will definitely work with BT 4.0 or later without the dongle. Recommend it.


ok great thanks, no point swapping one dongle for another but that makes it a real option


I can also confirm that you can connect using either the dongle or bluetooth. But I believe that the minumum Laptop/PC Bluetooth is 4.0. I have an old Lenovo T520 with BT 3.0 and the only way that I could connect my M590 was via the dongle. All other Laptops & desktop are 4.0 or later and can connect to my M590 via BT. If you want to use one mouse to concurrently operate two laptops as I do, then I 100% recommend this mouse.


I can confirm that you CAN connect via either the dongle or bluetooth - Use the selector button behind the mouse wheel to change between whichever two devices you have connected it to. I have two of these mice (one mouse for home (pc on dongle, laptop on bluetooth), one mouse for work) - At this price, they are a steal as I thought I was doing well when I paid around £24 each for them. Definitely HOT! (y)

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