Logitech’s G935 is a wireless headset for serious gamers

NEWS – Though Logitech may be best-known for making general-purpose mice and keyboards, they recently announced a couple of products designed for hardcore video gamers.  The G935 is a top-of-the-line wireless gaming headset, and the G635 is its younger brother, a wired version of the G935.  This is the first headset that feature’s Logitech’s exclusive Pro-G 50mm Audio driver, which is designed to deliver “deep bass and a round sound profile for highly cinematic audio.”  It also features 2.0 surround sound, which simulates the 3D environments found in video games.

This headset is no mere headset.  Gamers love lights, and the G935 features Logitech’s LIGHTSYNC technology, which provides dynamic illumination that synchronizes to your games, videos, and music.  The light comes from an LED strip along the back of each headset and an iconic “G” symbol on each side.

The G935 has a 12-hour battery (without the lighting), an extendable, built-in microphone, leatherette earpads, and an on-ear volume control.  It uses 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi to connect to a USB dongle and has an indoor range of 15 meters.  The G635 has all the same features as the G935, sans the wireless capability.

You can pre-order Logitech’s new headsets directly from their online store or Amazon for $169.99 (wireless) or $139.99 (wired).

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