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Let’s talk about “The Logitech G335 is a colorful wired gaming headset that costs $70. ”
Logitech has announced the release of the G335 wired gaming headset, which is now available for preorder for $69.99. It’ll be available in July. The G335 incorporates key design aspects from the $129.99 G733 wireless model, including the expressive color options (including a new mint colorway), the comfy bungee headband, breathable ear cushions, a volume control incorporated into the right ear cup, and a flip-to-mute microphone.
This less expensive variant is compatible with the G733’s replacement headband straps and mic covers, but it lacks many of the G733’s more advanced features, such as USB-C charging and a strip of RGB illumination on the front side of the ear cups. This wired variant, according to Logitech, features a thinner design for “a smaller fit and increased comfort.”
It is around 40 grams lighter than the wireless model, weighing 240 grams. The G335 comes with a 3.5mm audio cable, ensuring compatibility with a wide range of devices that feature an audio jack, such as a PS5 or Xbox Series X console controller, a PC, tablet, laptop, or another device. To support computers with independent microphones and audio inputs, Logitech offers a PC splitter.
Expecting too much from a $70 wired headset is unrealistic, but I adored the G733’s style and comfort. If the audio quality is comparable to the more expensive wireless model, the G335 might be an easy recommendation given its price range. We’ll be putting this one to the test soon.
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