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  1. I would once again like to request Logitech ARX integration with KSP. Logitech ARX software uses a smartphone/tablet as a second screen for displaying in game data and would be ideal for the likes of a "Kerbal Engineer" type readout of orbital flight information or possibly as a display for KerbNet. It runs via Logitech's gaming sofware for their "G" series of peripherals and connects to your phone over local WiFi. The software is also capable of controlling the lighting effects on RGB keyboards so perhaps that could also be integrated somehow, maybe changing the colour of the keys depending on normal or RCS docking control or having the number keys act as a sort of radar altimeter display where each key lit up represents 10M height and they gradually turn the lights off as you get closer to landing. Logitech ARX Thanks for reading.