Rich BrownFormer Senior Editorial Director - Home and Wellness
Rich was the editorial lead for CNET's Home and Wellness sections, based in Louisville, Kentucky. Before moving to Louisville in 2013, Rich ran CNET's desktop computer review section for 10 years in New York City. He has worked as a tech journalist since 1994, covering everything from 3D printing to Z-Wave smart locks.
ExpertiseSmart home, Windows PCs, cooking (sometimes), woodworking tools (getting there...)
Logitech expanded its gaming mouse family this morning, announcing the budget-priced G300. Available for $40 when it goes on sale in September, the G300 is now the most affordable mouse in Logitech's gaming lineup.
Buily upon a customizable laser sensor, the G300 can hit sensitivities up to 2,400 dpi. It also features nine programmable buttons, as well as the capability to store three user profiles, letting you transfer the mouse between PCs without losing your settings. Being a gaming mouse, it also has customizable lighting, with seven different color options.