Logitech partnership with iFixit will soon let you self-repair peripherals

In an effort to tackle the growing threat of electronic waste (e-waste), Logitech is entering a new partnership with iFixIt to begin offering replacement kits for key computer accessories.

Logitech claims in the announcement post (opens in new tab) e-waste is “fueled by higher consumption rates, short life cycle, and few repair options” for electronics. To address this, the company aims to “increase the lifespan” of its devices by selling first-party replacement parts (opens in new tab). Things are starting off small as the only repairable products at launch will be computer mice from the MX Master (opens in new tab) and MX Anywhere (opens in new tab) lines. Between the two series, 11 different models will be covered, from the MX Master 3S to the MX Anywhere 3 for Mac. So, at the very least, customers will have a decent amount of options.

Source: www.techradar.com