Logitech Gaming Software Beta-Testing Program Confirms Future Support For Mac OS X

Logitech Gaming Software Beta-Testing Program Confirms Future Support For Mac OS X

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New According to a beta tester listing on OnlineBeta.com, Logitech is finally preparing to support OS X gamers. At long last, the company is working to release its “Gaming Software” for Mac OS X that lets users configure their Logitech gaming mice and keyboards to optimize performance and play. It’s unclear...
Logitech Gaming Software Beta-Testing Program Confirms Future Support For Mac OS X
                                       

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