Logitech is set to further investment in the gaming hardware and accessory space with a pair of new “advanced” gaming headsets.
The company’s Logitech G433 and G233 will combine the company’s own Pro-G drivers with hybrid mesh materials and build quality to provide high-quality audio to users.
The company says they’ve optimized the sound quality for analog reproduction and digital USB output, so the sound profile is accurate on any source.
Sitting at the more premium end of things, the G433 sweetens the deal further by throwing in support for DTS: X 7.1.
These technical details come accompanied by slick and athletic design.The G433 comes in three color variants (Royal Blue, Fire Red and Triple Black) while the G233 arrives in “Cyan Blue”.
Both the G433 and G233 incorporate sports mesh ear pads that are breathable and can be easily removed for cleaning.
The pitch here seems to be that Logitech are offering up a headset that sounds good – no matter what you’re trying to use it for.
“If you’re like me and game a lot, having an awesome gaming headset is critical,” said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech G.
“And if you love music then having a great pair of headphones is also important. Now you can have one headset that delivers the best of both worlds. You can move seamlessly from your PC to your console, and because of the beautiful design, Pro-G audio drivers, and removable boom mic, you can step outside and wear them on the go and have a headset that fits your lifestyle.” he said.
Australian pricing and availability is unconfirmed at this time.
However, US pricing will see the G233 come in at $80 while the G433 sits at $100.