Logitech Pop keyboard and mouse make depressing desks more colorful

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Logitech Pop keyboard and mouse
Available this month.
Photo: Logitech

Logitech’s new Pop collection hopes to make dark, drab desks a thing of the past. Both its Pop Keys keyboard, which features real mechanical keys, and the Pop Mouse sport quirky designs with bright and colorful finishes.

Prices start at $39.99, and they work great with Apple devices, including Mac and iPad. You can order yours this month.

Logitech Pop does away with drab designs

Whether you’re still working from home or back in the office, the Logitech Pop collection can brighten up your environment so it’s not quite so depressing. It’s also ideal for YouTube and TikTok creators whose desks are always on show.

The new Pop Mouse, priced at $39.99, isn’t too dissimilar to Logitech’s existing Pebble mouse in terms of its shape and overall design. It’s compact and lightweight, making it ideal for those who take their MacBook on the go.

The Pop Mouse is a lot more intelligent than the Pebble mouse, however. It features a “Smartwheel,” like Logitech’s high-end mice, that automatically switches from high-precision to speed scroll mode whenever you need it.

When combined with Logitech’s desktop software, the Pop Mouse also has a handy feature called Flow, the Pop Mouse lets you copy text, files, images and more on one machine, then paste them to another.

Go retro with the Pop Keyboard

Logitech’s new Pop Keys keyboard is even more interesting, with a retro design and typewriter-style mechanical keys. It features a row of handy, customizable shortcuts — which you can even use for emoji — and the same bright coloring.

“The Studio Series by Logitech embraces the originality of each individual,” said Art O’Gnimh, VP of Logitech’s lifestyle business. “With POP Keys and POP Mouse we created innovative products that aim to be just as expressive as our users, with big personalities and no compromise on productivity.”

Both the Pop Keys, which is priced at $99.99, and Pop Mouse will be available this month from Logitech.com and through its global retail partners. In addition to full compatibility with Mac and iPadOS, they also work with Android, Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.