After dropping the high-end Professional X Wi-fi headset final yr, Logitech is switching gears with its first wired in-ear screens (IEMs) for gaming. The G333 value $50, are available in three colorways, and are geared toward avid gamers searching for a extra compact (and doubtlessly extra comfy) match in comparison with over-ear headsets. Choosing wired headphones is actually a leftfield transfer that is out of step with the remainder of the market, which is residence to loads of sub-$100 wi-fi choices. However, possibly, that is the purpose.
If these look acquainted, that is as a result of they have been technically introduced method again in October as a part of Logitech’s Ok/DA merch set. They seem like an upgraded model of the Oculus 2 headphones Logitech launched in September. There are a number of notable adjustments this time spherical together with a mic — which packs the core buttons you’d count on to play, pause and management the amount of your chats and an extended cable. Logitech says they do not reduce on audio high quality due to their twin audio drivers, one for highs and mids and one for bass. Given these are on the low finish of the IEM pricing spectrum, we’ll need to see how good they sound.
The G333 include a 3.5mm jack and a USB-C adapter, so you possibly can hook them as much as just about any gaming platform, from Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo to PC and mobiles — and even Google Stadia. Plus, the colourful colours (silver/mild purple, black/shiny blue, purple/yellow) add a contact of selection. You’ll be able to seize the headphones right now on-line by means of Logitech and from a bunch of outlets.