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Beta test reveals Logitech planning to support OS X

OnlineBeta.com lists callouts for beta testers. A recent listing has revealed that accessory maker Logitech is planning to expand its support for OS X. In the listing, Logitech asks for help testing out its various gaming keyboards and mice on OS X, offering up public software for more configurability and precision with its various tools.

This is great news for us Mac gamers. Logitech has been making great mice, keyboards, and joysticks for years now, but the company has primarily focused on Windows computers (mostly because PCs are traditionally more targeted at gaming). In the past few years, however, gaming on the Mac has definitely grown in popularity, and it looks like Logitech is ready to start working on compatibility for its products.

Beta test reveals Logitech planning to support OS X originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Tue, 22 Jan 2013 09:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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