Logitech 64-Bit Software Put Off Until June

Peripherals manufacturer Logitech said Thursday that all of its mice and keyboards will operate at a basic level within Microsoft's new 64-bit OS. Specialized SetPoint functionality, however, is due in June. Logitech representatives responded to a request for comment made just under two weeks ago, when fellow hardware manufacturers were asked about their plans to support Microsoft's new Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, released earlier this month, with their own 64-bit drivers.

News source: ExtremeTech

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