Trade In Your Old Keyboard or Mouse for a new Logitech Mouse

Just as the headline says, Logitech Malaysia is having a campaign that allows you to trade in your old keyboard or mouse for a new Logitech mouse.

Logitech Trade In Program

If you’re like me, chances are you have a lot of old keyboard or mouse lying around the house. Off the top of my head, I can think of at least 2 keyboards and 3 or 4 mice. Instead of having them lying around the house, and if you’re unsure of how to recycle them  properly, why not trade it in with Logitech? With your trade in, you can purchase a brand new Logitech mouse at a special discounted price.

Zone Touch Mouse T400
Zone Touch Mouse T400

Unfortunately, it’s not a trade in for a free mouse. 🙁 However, to be able to responsibly recycle your old keyboard and mouse is a great idea.

From 25 Feb 2013 until 31 Mar 2013, you can bring your old peripherals (only  limited to keyboard and mouse) to any participating Logitech partner stores in Malaysia (including East Malaysia) and get up to 35% discount on 5 of the available Logitech mouse, while stocks lasts.

Personally, I am currently using the Logitech Wireless Mouse M525 (Red colour) which is retailing at RM 118, but with this program, can be purchased at RM 98. There are even the latest Windows Touch mice available; Zone Touch Mouse T400 (special price at RM 139) and Touch Mouse T620 (special price at RM 189).

Logitech mice that are available for the trade in program includes:-

Logitech mouse availableSome of the participating partners stores in Klang Valley incluudes All IT Hypermarket, Harvey Norman, Aone Plus and more. For more information on the list of Logitech participating partner stores, check out Logitech’s Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/LogitechMalaysia/app_439622269441522?ref=ts

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LOGITECH ENCOURAGES RECYCLING WITH ITS TRADE-IN PROGRAMME

Kuala Lumpur — February 26, 2013 — Unused and unneeded computer peripherals and devices will now be responsibly handled, thanks to the Logitech Trade-In Recycling Programme. This programme aims to help do the world a favour by recycling old computer peripherals and also helps rid space of unnecessary clutter.

“It is an effort to reduce the amount of unused tech items that we have lying around our house or offices. With the proliferation of consumer electronics, people have become more tech savvy, leading to more frequent device upgrades. Instead of letting these items sit idle in storage, we at Logitech aim to provide an easy and fast way to trade-in these used devices and keep it out of the landfills,” said KP Sim, Country Manager, Logitech Malaysia & Brunei.

Logitech, a leader in computer peripherals, is offering the Trade-In Recycling Programme to help you get rid of your old devices the environmentally-friendly way. In addition, Logitech aims to encourage consumers to switch to wireless products and peripherals that would greatly reduce the clutter in consumers’ lives and offer new levels of convenience beyond expectations.

The public can trade-in their peripherals from 25 February to 31 March at any of the 30 participating Logitech partner stores across key capitals in Malaysia, including Kuching. Members of the public would be able to trade-in their devices and receive up to 35% discount on the purchase of any Logitech wireless products such as the M325 Mouse, as well as the latest Windows Touch Mouse, while stocks last. Trade-ins are currently only offered for peripheral devices such as old keyboards and mouse.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to spearhead this project. Together with the support from our partners, who are offering their outlets as the collection points, we hope to promote the message of tech recycling to all our customers,” concluded KP Sim.

For more information on the Logitech Trade-In Recycling Programme and to see the list of participating outlets, kindly log on to: http://www.facebook.com/LogitechMalaysia.

 

About Logitech
Logitech is a world leader in products that connect people to the digital experiences they care about. Spanning multiple computing, communication and entertainment platforms, Logitech’s combined hardware and software enable or enhance digital navigation, music and video entertainment, gaming, social networking, audio and video communication over the Internet, video security and home-entertainment control. Founded in 1981, Logitech International is a Swiss public company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange (LOGN) and on the Nasdaq Global Select Market (LOGI).

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