New Logitech mice honor World Cup soccer teams

Monday, March 17th, 2014. Filed under: Home & Garden Offbeat Science & Technology Sports & Recreation
The Logitech M235 wireless mouse is now available in 13 new designs honoring the nations competing in the 2014 World Cup. ©Logitech

The Logitech M235 wireless mouse is now available in 13 new designs honoring the nations competing in the 2014 World Cup.
©Logitech

(Relaxnews) – Less than 100 days before the opening game of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Logitech has announced a collection of 13 mice, each honoring one of the nations competing in the tournament. These Football Edition Mice, versions of the M235 wireless mouse, are available now in Europe.

This new special edition collection features the colors of the 13 flags of the competing nations: Germany, England, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, the US, Spain, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia and Switzerland.

The collection will allow fans around the world to show support for their favorite team with their home or office PC. The Logitech M235 is a relatively compact wireless mouse with Advanced Optical Tracking technology.

The Logitech “Football Edition Mice” are available now in Europe, priced from €19.99 each.

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