Logitech is launching one other particular version of its G Professional Wi-fi Gaming Mouse, with proceeds once more benefitting organizations that promote accessibility in video video games.
The all-white “Ghost” gaming mouse is $149.99, however its hefty price ticket will help Ready Avid gamers and Particular Impact, two charities that assist gamers with accessibility wants, and the Talents Analysis Middle of the Icahn College of Drugs at Mount Sinai in New York.
Logitech partnered with all three to develop the Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Package for the Xbox Adaptive Controller; Logitech’s equipment launched in November. A press release from the corporate says the revenue from the Ghost mouse’s sale will probably be cut up and donated among the many organizations.
Final month, Logitech launched its first particular version of the G Professional Wi-fi Gaming Mouse, known as Pixel, additionally benefitting the identical three charities. A Logitech consultant mentioned that restricted version offered out inside an hour of occurring sale.
“Our objective is to place enjoyable and inclusion into the lives of avid gamers with accessibility wants and have a optimistic affect on avid gamers in every single place,” Logitech mentioned in its information launch.