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Interview: Logitech's G HUB makes configuration easy

Logitech's new G Hub software makes it easy to configure your peripherals all in one place.


Logitech has been pumping up their game lately, offering users new ways to enjoy their gaming peripherals. One of the new ways that users can configure their keyboards, mice, and other gaming gear is through Logitech’s new G Hub software, which makes it easy to find and change the settings that you care about.

We had a chance to catch up with Logitech at CES 2019 this year, where we were able to learn a bit more about the software, including some of the different things it has to offer.

One of the coolest features of G Hub is the ability to easily download and install different presets for your devices, including keyboard lighting presets, mice DPI settings and even sound settings for your various pieces of Logitech gear. You can also customize the LIGHTSYNC RBG systems which are installed on your Logitech gear, and can share those presets with people if you’d like to upload your settings to the rest of the G Hub community.

Make sure you check out the video above, where Greg has a chance to see more about G Hub, including how it works, the different systems in play with the new software, and even showed off some of the different presets that you can download and install from other users around the world.

G Hub looks to be a nice bit of software for those who have Logitech gear in their setup, and it really does seem to bring a lot of the necessary options together into one place. For more videos and content like this, make sure you subscribe to the Shacknews and GamerhubTV YouTube channels, where you’ll find more great interviews, first looks and behind the scenes goodies as we explore some of the industry’s largest events.

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Joshua holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and has been exploring the world of video games for as long as he can remember. He enjoys everything from large-scale RPGs to small, bite-size indie gems and everything in between.

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