Logitech Global Graffiti Collection mice and keyboards unveiled

Pretty Logitech Mouse

We’re going to be fair and say that the new Logitech Global Graffiti Collection of peripherals does have a remote chance of appearing quite cool on the desk. At the same time, we’re not sure if they’re the sort of stuff that would look good in a messy work cubicle or in colorful surroundings.

The vibrantly designed array is explained to take its inspiration from hues and patterns that are heavy with global trends as well as local influences. The themes are dressed up with names like Panda Candy, Ink Gears, Liquid Color, Skyscraper, Crimson Ribbons and more. The results are quite eye-catching, though the level of appeal is undoubtedly a matter of personal taste.

Logitech Graffiti Mouse

“This Global Graffiti Collection brings a new borderless style to our most popular products. We hit the road and found emerging designers from around the world that embody a unique yet globally relevant style – and put the designs together into one collection. These colorful, new designs allow you to hand-craft your own setup for a desktop that reflects individual style and creativity,” elaborated Sophie Le Guen, senior director PC portfolio management for Logitech.

The peripherals under the new Logitech lineup are scheduled to be release in the U.S. this month. Those residing in Europe can hope to pick one up by June 2012. Several of the designs are part of limited editions. So fans who’re sticklers for matching accessories may want to hurry up and choose a mouse along with a complementary keyboard.

Logitech Global Graffiti Collection

The Logitech Global Graffiti Collection price shimmies between $29.99 and $39.99, depending on the gadget in question.