Published on August 14th, 2020 | by Adrian Gunning

A Logi-dad is a happy dad

Dad says he is a simple man and wants nothing for Father’s Day, but you know you want to get him something good. It is only fitting that you get him the best gift that fits his personality. Keep scrolling to check out a range of sweet gadgets from Logitech for any type of dad.

Is dad a F1 Podium dreamer? With the G923 he can do that from the living room. Featuring TRUEFORCE feedback, it delivers realism with the feeling of gravel crunching, turns and shifts and a brake pedal that simulates a real-life race. Dad will feel like he’s on top of the world and on top of the game.

Logitech G923 Racing Wheel and Pedals, RRP $799.95

Revamp dad’s desk space with the best mouse in the game. Featuring standout features like the electromagnetic scroll wheel and customised presets for different apps, this high quality device is for the dad who does a lot of fine-grain mouse work.

Logitech MX Master 3, RRP $169.95

Give dad the ultimate gift by letting him play his tunes all day long with the BOOM3. With a 360° sound and water and dust proof abilities, this speaker will make dad the centre of attention.

Ultimate Ears BOOM 3, RRP $149.00 

Whether dad is an aspiring streamer or catching up with friends and workmates over video calls, the Yeti Microphone is essential to his home set-up. Featuring a multiple pattern selection and a tri-capsule array that allows users to record in any situation, Yeti will help dad sound like a professional.

Blue Yeti USB Microphone, RRP $199.95

If dad is serious about his gaming, he needs the ultimate sound upgrade in his ears to help defeat his enemies. Keeping his head in the game with over 15 hours of battery life, the Astro A50 also offers tremendous sound with its built-in mixamp so dad can tune out all the noises around him.

Astro A50 Wireless Headset + Base Station, RRP $549.95

Give the dad the gift of productivity with the MK470 Combo. These lightweight and compact accessories can squeeze into the smallest desk spaces and the extreme quietness will be appreciated by those around him.

Logitech MK470 Slim Wireless Keyboard and Mouse Combo, RRP $89.95

Loud and true just like dad is the MEGABOOM 3, virtually indestructible this speaker can take on any environment your dad brings it to. Equipped with a thundering bass and a long lasting battery life, dad will pump his playlists until the end of time.

Ultimate Ears MEGABOOM 3, RRP $249.00

Keep up dad’s invincible killing streak with the best combo at his fingertips. The G915 can make dad more competitive with its high-performance, low-profile GL mechanical key switches. Combine this with the G903 which offers gentle curves and a long body, it is compatible with a wide range hand sizes offering 24 hours of play.

Logitech G903 Wireless Gaming Mouse, RRP $249.95

Logitech G915 LIGHTSPEED Wireless RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, RRP $399.95

Give dad the power of good music wherever he goes. Working out, walking the dog, exploring trails or just doing a grocery run the Jaybird VISTA offers immaculate sound and great comfort with up to 14 hours of battery life all wrapped up in a pair of wireless in-ears. With a waterproof exterior, dad can use these headphones and head off to all his adventures with good tunes as his company.

Jaybird VISTA Wireless Sport Headphones, RRP $349.95

If dad is into professional gaming and content creation, the state-of-the art Yeti X microphone is THE gift for him this Father’s Day. Not only does it offer a sleek and premium design, the Yeti X has customisable LED lights to let dad know how loudly he is speaking. Its four recording modes also allow him to capture the exact sounds he wants.

Blue Yeti X USB Microphone, RRP $299.95

About the Author'

Adrian lives in Melbourne Australia and has a huge passion for gaming, technology and pop culture. He recently finished his a Bachelor of Journalism and is currently focusing on games journalism. When not writing and playing video games, Adrian can be found in Comics 'R' Us debating the pros of the DC Universe and cons of the Marvel Universe.

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