Engadget post time: April 20, 2013 at 11:11PM
It may not be the most popular hardware configuration in PC gaming circles, but Macs actually make pretty capable gaming rigs. It’s hardly a surprise, then, that Mac users are clamoring for serious gaming peripherals. Logitech is happy to oblige, of course, announcing recently that its updated its gaming software to support more devices on Mac OS. Gamers in Apple’s ecosystem can now make the most of the company’s full line of G series mouse and keyboard products, including the eight it released to herald the rebranding of its gaming lineup. The update is free, of course, and promises to offer Mac users the same level of customization that traditional PC gamers enjoy. Check out Logitegh’s official announcement at the source for the full list of compatible devices.
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