Logitech announced it will donate the proceeds from the sale of its new wireless gaming mouse in Pixel Pink to charitable organizations. The money goes to three charitable organizations that have helped Logitech make the most of its latest Disability product.
The charities receiving the proceeds are AbleGamers, the Abilities Research Center at Mount Sinai, and SpecialEffect.
Logitech's gaming brand Logitech G announced last week that it has developed the $ 99 Adaptive Gaming Kit, which includes buttons and other peripherals compatible with Microsoft's Xbox Adaptive Controller. developed for people with disabilities. Logitech announces International Disability Day ̵
Releases Logitech Gs Pixel Limited Edition Pink Logitech G PRO Wireless Gaming Mouse. This is the first offering in a new series of limited edition colors that Logitech will launch. Every month a new color is published.
The profit from the sale of Pixel will go to www.logitechg.com for $ 150 for the three charities dedicated to helping millions of people around the world with their accessibility needs. These charities helped Logitech develop the Adaptive Gaming Kit, which makes it easier to use the Xbox Adaptive Controller.
"Our goal is to bring fun and integration into the lives of people with accessibility needs," the company said. "By developing products and contributing to where we can, we want to do our part to balance the competition, bring families and friends together, and positively impact the lives of players around the world."