Logitech's latest gaming headsets promise to sound as good as they look, with the company talking up new Lightsync RGB integration and 50mm Pro-G drivers.
“Whether you're into tricking out your battlestation or tearing it up in your favorite battle royale game, we want you to get the superior audio and comfort you deserve” stated Ujesh Desai, Vice President and General Manager, Logitech Gaming.
“We’re always exploring new ways to deliver amazing gaming experiences, and that’s just what we’re bringing to the table with these new headsets.”
There are four new headsets to choose from. The Logitech G935 7.1 Lightsync Wireless Gaming Headset is the most expensive at $329.95. Like the name suggests, it combines wireless connectivity with the company's Lightsync RGB lighting system. The headset also touts 12 hours of battery life, DTS Headphone: X 2.0 surround sound plus Logitech's own Pro-G 50mm drivers.
The Logitech G635 is slightly cheaper at $279.95. It loses the wireless connectivity found in the G935 but is otherwise the same.
Then, there's the Logitech G432. Pitched as "The Perfect Battle Royale Headset", the G432 features 50mm drivers, DTS Headphone: X 2.0 surround sound, rotating leatherette ear cups and a 6mm flip-to-mute mic. Locally, it's priced at $149.95. Versus the G635, the biggest things you're losing here are the Pro-G drivers & Lightsync integration here.
The Logitech G332 Stereo Gaming Headset is the cheapest option at $129.95 but Logitech are provides plenty of incentives to spend up. It only features stereo sound but Logitech say it's "a great option for those looking for their first gaming headset."
Logitech say the G935, G635, G432 and G332 will be available from all major Australian retailers from April 15, 2019.