LOS ANGELES -- If you spend your free time gaming on your pc, this new Logitech ( LOGI) G13 Advanced Gameboard might be something to consider. Of interest to gamers on-the-go might be the laptop feature, because the G13 gameboard includes onboard memory, letting you program up to five ready-to-play profiles and take them with you to your next LAN party. Also, it is contoured to follow the natural shape of your hand and fingers, which allows you to game with gusto without stressing out your hand.

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Now, more about the Gameboard.

Logitech G13 Gameboard
www.logitech.com (available end of December)

The Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard is designed to complement the Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard and Logitech G9 Laser Mouse for gaming. It's got something called "comfort wave design," which means it has a contoured design that follows the natural shape of your hands and fingers. This allows you to game with gusto without stressing out your hand.

In addition, the home row keys have concave depressions, making it easy to locate by touch.

There are three game modes with 25 programmable keys and a programmable analog stick. And for another tactical advantage, the exclusive GamePanel LCD shows live game stats and messages from players who are also playing the game.

The G13 features backlit keys to allow you to locate keys in low-light conditions, and you can customize your gameboard by selecting your background color from a spectrum of colors. The G13 will work on either a Mac or PC. Plus, the unit won't slide all over the place while in use because the sturdy design coupled with the evenly placed feet help keep it stable.

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