Logitech, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of gaming mice and keyboards, is experiencing an issue that could potentially impact users’ performance.
The company says that an “unknown” component caused the issue.
The issue is in the software and system software, which may impact the user’s ability to access certain functions.
Logitech is notifying affected users that the software will be removed from their systems.
Users can try rebooting to try to fix the issue, and some users are reporting that it is working better.
The problem affects the g500 and the g502, two of Logitech’s gaming mice.
According to the company, it is unclear what the component is that caused the problem, and it is likely that there is no known fix for the issue at this time.
A Logitech spokesperson confirmed the issue to Axios.
“Logitech is aware of an issue affecting the G500 and G502 gaming mice that has impacted the user experience.
The update will be applied to affected systems within the next 24 hours.
We appreciate our customers’ patience as we continue to work with Logitech to address this issue,” the spokesperson said.
Affected users can check for the update by visiting the company’s website, clicking the “Update Now” button, and logging in.
Users who have been affected can contact the company via its support channel, which will help them get an update and fix their issue.