Logitech recently announced extended support for OS X within its line of gaming controllers. This includes quite a few keyboards and mice. The added software support now enables full customization and personalization of controllers, similar to what's available on the PC. Being standard USB devices, the controllers for the most part worked natively with OS X, but now with Logitech's Gaming Software all the customization options are now available.
The software can be downloaded from the company's support pages.
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