Logitech has introduced a completely new line of headsets. From the high-end model, the G935, to the cheapest model, the G332, Logitech has something in its portfolio in every price range. Let’s take a closer look at the Logitech G935, which is the flagship.
Design and Workmanship
The design of the Logitech G935 is simple. With its combination of glossy and matt surfaces, Logitech meets our taste. In addition, one has a discreet RGB lighting in the luggage. There is an illuminated logo on both ear cups. The second RGB zone is located on the back. There you can find a strip with LEDs, which starts behind the bracket and ends before the jack connection. This makes RGB lighting a really cool feature without the risk of being reflected on the screen in a dark scene.
Furthermore, the design offers small extras, such as the inside of the hanger. At this point there is a joint to rotate the auricles. Slightly above, there is then the rail to adjust the correct circumference. The USB receiver for wireless use has been cleverly hidden under the left earcup cover and can therefore be quickly stowed away there again. The workmanship itself is very high-quality and offers no cause for complaining. Everything is solid and can be used as intended.
|Frequency||20 Hz – 20 kHz|
|Modularization||Foldable microphone, wireless use|
|Compatibility||PC, PS4 (Pro), Xbox One (S and X), Switch, Max, Smartphone, Tablet|