Logitech has announced that it will offer up to $100 in preorders of its new mechanical keyboards for its existing customers.
The offer will run from January 15th, 2017 to February 3rd, 2017.
The announcement comes in the wake of a string of recent product launches by Logitech, with the company recently announcing that it would launch a $500 Razer Blade Stealth gaming keyboard.
In addition, the company also announced the addition of a $250 gaming mouse for the Razer Blade line of keyboards.
The Logitech announcement is an interesting one for several reasons, and while it’s certainly a smart move by the company, it does leave some questions unanswered.
For one, Logitech will only offer up $100 for preorders, with no additional discounts or promotions offered for pre-orders.
While there are several options available for buying Logitech products, there are also no deals for the keyboard preorders.
If Logitech was to offer up some additional pre-order bonuses for customers, we wouldn’t be surprised to see some additional discounts offered for the pre-ordering of these products.
There are also a few things that we don’t know about Logitech’s pre-registration strategy for the Blade Stealth, including whether or not the keyboard will be available at the same time as the mouse.
Logitech did not immediately respond to Ars’ request for comment.
While the Razer logo appears on the keyboard, it’s also unclear what Logitech is referring to when it says it’s “pre-registing.”
That could mean that Logitech could offer a different pre-register option for users than the Razer is offering.
Additionally, Logitaly’s website states that pre-registered customers will receive a free Razer Blade Steel, but we haven’t been able to confirm that.
A few other key points to note from Logitech:This announcement comes just days after Razer announced a $50 pre-sale bonus for its Blade Stealth keyboard.
Razer is also expected to announce more Razer Blade products in the near future.
The Razer Blade will be released in November, and it’s expected to be the first Razer product with a mechanical switch that is actually built into the keyboard.