Product on Review: Logitech G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset
Street Price: £159.99 GBP / $169.99 USD / $279.00 AUD
The Logitech G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset is the new release which sits atop of Logitech’s G Series product line up.
The design philosophy that Logitech has used here is if it’s not broke, don’t fix it with the Logitech G935 taking many visual design cues from the G933.
The G935 does feature upgraded 50mm Pro G drivers which are constructed with a woven hybrid mesh, with Logitech claiming that this helps unlock greater sonic detail, depth & clarity at any volume. The headset is compatible with Logitechs G Hub software suite which enables you to personalise the lighting, program the “G-Keys” with macros & In-game commands and you can also customise audio preferences and save unique profiles for different games & apps.
Another call out feature here is that the headset can be used even if the 12 hour battery life has been expended by means of a 3.5mm connector, with this connector the headset is also compatible with all major consoles as well as mobile devices.
The G935 also features leatherette earcups and a padded headband to help aid comfort levels during long gaming sessions, one issue we had with the entry level G432 headphones was that the padding on the headband was minimal and was uncomfortable, it looks as if Logitech have added more here. In our review we’ll be looking at this to make sure that the added weight of the batteries and LEDs are offset by the additional padding or will it be even more uncomfortable? Read on to find out.
Logitech on the G935 Wireless 7.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset:
Experience incredible DTS Headphone:X 2.0 that performs with greater precision than standard 7.1 channel surround sound. Accurate in-game spatial awareness allows you to clearly detect position and distance in a complete 3D soundscape. Heading your surroundings clearly can be the difference between victory and defeat.