Black is the new beige, or at least black is the chic color scheme of today's PCs. And Logitech and Microsoft are ready the former with a new, top-of-the-linecorded keyboard, the latter with a limited edition of its smooth, cordless mouse. Do these customizable peripherals' comfort and productivity match their elegant fashionsense?
We're not sure we remember who switched first maybe Dell, closely followed by Compaq and eMachines? But over the last couple of years, almost all desktopPCs, which used to be some shade of white, off-white, or washday gray (remember "putty?"), have turned black, usually with silver accents. And if you haven't yetcolor-coordinated your desktop, Logitech's
latest keyboard and