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Logitech Wireless Software

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  • Logitech International S.A. (, ), headquartered in Romanel-sur-Morges, Switzerland, is the holding company for Logitech Group, a Swiss peripheral-device maker. Logitech makes peripheral devices for PCs, including keyboards, mice, game controllers and webcams.
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • radio: medium for communication
  • transmission by radio waves
  • The programs and other operating information used by a computer
  • (computer science) written programs or procedures or rules and associated documentation pertaining to the operation of a computer system and that are stored in read/write memory; "the market for software is expected to expand"
  • Computer software, or just software, is the collection of computer programs and related data that provide the instructions telling a computer what to do. The term was coined to contrast to the old term hardware (meaning physical devices).
  • Software is Grace Slick's 1984 album. This album was recorded after she had re-joined Jefferson Starship. After working on this album, Peter Wolf would go on to contribute to Jefferson Starship's 1984 album, Nuclear Furniture. A music video was made for the single "All the Machines".

Triple Monitor Array - DVI Source from Dell XPS
Triple Monitor Array - DVI Source from Dell XPS
Monitors are (3) matching 20" Dell 2001FP. They're older, but I'm not wild about "wide screen" monitors. This view is a 4800x1200 pixel desktop from my Dell XPS using DVI inputs into the monitor. I switch source by using the source buttons on the front of the monitors. The VGA source is for my Lenovo ThinkPad T60, and one of the S-Video inputs is for the hidden Dell C840 laptop that's mounted inside the floor box (for emergencies only). Mission control console created by hollowing out a Pottery Barn wall shelf, flipping it upside-down, and setting it on top of the wire-hiding floor box. I routed out a slot in the front, and there are 2 4-port USB hubs, along with a smoke-tinted plexiglass cover that hides the Motorola DOCSYS 3 modem, Linksys 802.11n wireless router, Microsoft wireless keyboard base, and Raritan 4-port USB KVM switch (though I use it primarily for the K+M). The lights really showed up better with my older modem and router - they were all bright green LEDs blinking - looked great at night. Creative Labs GigaWorks T40 Series II speakers are mounted to the sides of the monitor array. Mouse is Logitech MX-something wireless laser. Keyboard is Microsoft Wireless 3000 keyboard. Mood lighting provided by an 18' strand of LED rope light
Logitech MX Revolution (Side)
Logitech MX Revolution (Side)
New mouse (purchased from Fr3d - he didn't like it :P ) to replace my old G5v1. I'm keeping the G5 for my HTPC, and so far, I like the MX Revolution. The only issue I have with it is that I miss the middle-click of the mouse wheel which I used often on my old mouse. I've assigned the button below the wheel to do that though, so I'll have to get used to clicking that instead of the wheel itself - Turns out you can - I wasn't looking carefully enough at the config software. :P

logitech wireless software
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