Logitech Introduces G935, G635, G432 and G332 Gaming Headsets

Logitech recently unveiled four new gaming headsets that will be available from the end of February for between €59.99 and €189.00.

The new top model of the enterprise G935 for 189.00 euro is connected wirelessly and offers RGB lighting. Thanks to the two newly developed Pro-G 50mm audio drivers and the 7.1 sounds realized using DTS Headphone:X technology, the headset is supposed to offer “outstanding wireless sound” according to Logitech. The hybrid mesh material of the drivers offers a “round sound” with a strong bass. The 6 mm microphone will also enable even clearer recordings compared to the previous flagship.

RGB lighting with Lightsync technology also automatically synchronizes with games, videos and music. In addition, the lighting can be customized with keyboards, mice and other company hardware. The headset has a maximum battery life of 12 hours. In practice, however, the battery life should be lower if RGB lighting is activated and the volume is high. The individual settings of the headset such as sound profiles and lighting can be controlled via the software Logitech G Hub and buttons directly on the headset. The ear cushions on the G935 are also made of imitation leather instead of the rough fabric used on its predecessor.

Users who can do without a wireless headset will find the Logitech G635 a low-cost alternative that offers the same features for 149 euros and is connected by cable.

Headsets for Fortnite, PUBG and Co.

Logitech has developed the 79.99 Euro G432 and the 59.99 Euro G332 especially for gamers of battle royalty titles. The Logitech G432 offers two 55mm drivers and 7.1 sound per DTS Headphone:X. The rotating ear pads are made of imitation leather. The cheapest new release G332 offers stereo sound. Both headsets will also be available from the end of February.

Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Bad Segeberg.

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