I remember my first PC build: I spent $1,000 for all the parts, and it was amazing. And then I was so broke, I ended up using a terrible $20 keyboard/mouse bundle for the first six months afterward.

These days I’m drowning in mechanical keyboards, but I have a soft spot for companies trying to improve the low end of the market with good gear at an affordable price. Logitech’s latest play is the new Prodigy line, which includes a headset, mouse, and keyboard that give mid-range performance on the cheap. How cheap? Try $70 each.

Triple threat

Yeah, that’s a pretty good price for gaming peripherals, though the seasoned veteran will no doubt notice where Logitech’s made compromises.

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