Logitech releases Logi Bolt wireless technology

Logitech releases Logi Bolt wireless technology: Provides higher security for Bluetooth keyboard/mouse.

Logitech releases Logi Bolt wireless technology: Provides higher security for Bluetooth keyboard/mouse.

Logitech officially released Logi Bolt wireless technology on September 1. This connection technology is based on Bluetooth LE (low energy consumption) and supports the Bluetooth function of the USB receiver and the computer’s built-in network card. Logitech said that the new generation of MX Master and Ergo series wireless mice and keyboards would support Logi Bolt.

Logitech said that Logi Bolt is a new generation of high-performance, high-security wireless technology that can provide commercial customers with lower latency and higher reliability. It is suitable for complex radio environments such as crowded offices and supports previous products that do not have Security features.

Specifically, when using ordinary Bluetooth to connect to a wireless mouse, the device supports Bluetooth security mode 1, security level 2; Bluetooth keyboard supports security mode 1, security level 3. However, if you use Logitech’s Bolt USB receiver, the wireless mouse and keyboard can support Bluetooth security mode 1, security level 4. It is worth noting that Logitech Bolt also has the US FIPS security certification, which is the first time the standard has been certified on wireless mice and keyboards.

Logitech’s new MX series products support Bolt and also support the simultaneous connection of multiple devices, which can connect up to 3 PCs or Macs. The new version of the MX Master series office wireless mouse will be launched at the end of September this year, as well as the new MX Anywhere 3 small mouse. The price of the product has not been announced, but the reference price of the old version of the MX mouse and keyboard is US$99.99, and the reference price of the old version of MX Anywhere 3 is US$79.99.

In addition to the MX series of products, Logitech also launched a new Ergo series of commercial peripherals, including the Ergo K860 keyboard, Ergo M575 trackball mouse, both of which will support Logi Bolt wireless technology.

Author: Sheen

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