In the past few years, there have been more and more styles of wireless gaming headsets on the market, which are generally welcomed by consumers and have become the first choice when buying gaming headsets. After all, it is more convenient to not need a cable connection. As more and more manufacturers enter this market, in addition to becoming cheaper, wireless gaming headsets have become more targeted in design for different market segments. Recently, Logitech launched the G435 wireless gaming headset, which is Logitech’s cheapest wireless headset model so far.
G435 wireless gaming headset is very lightweight, weighing only 165 grams, provides three colors, supports Logitech’s proprietary Lightspeed 2.4 GHz wireless connection, and supports Bluetooth connection. Logitech did not specify the version of Bluetooth. It is said that the wireless distance is within 10 meters. This wireless headset is charged through the USB-C interface (the charging cable is USB-A to USB-C), and the battery life is 18 hours. It is equipped with a 40mm moving coil unit, the frequency response range is 20Hz-20kHz, the earmuffs are made of memory foam material, and the microphone frequency response range is 100Hz-8kHz.
The G435 wireless gaming headset supports Windows 10 or higher, MacOS 10.14 or higher, and PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 game consoles. It is compatible with Dolby Atmos, Tempest 3D AudioTech, and Windows Sonic Spatial Sound.
The product has also obtained CarbonNeutral certification, which means Logitech’s efforts for environmental sustainability.
It is said that the G435 wireless gaming headset uses at least 22% of recycled plastics and uses environmentally friendly packaging to minimize the impact of product carbon emissions.
Logitech will put the G435 wireless gaming headset on the market within this month, with a price of $79.99 and a two-year warranty.