Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED & Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Headset, Ultra Lightweight 165g over-ear headphones, built-in mics, 18h battery, compatible with Dolby Atmos, PC, PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch - Black
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The Logitech G435 sports a modest design. Modeled like the company’s other G series headsets, it offers some of the same features – like soft memory foam cups, a lightweight frame, and adjustable ear cups in place of an adjustable headband. It uses Logitech’s Lightspeed wireless technology, offering a low-latency connection using a USB dongle. There’s also the option to connect to mobile devices via Bluetooth (more on that later). The other hiccup centered on comfort. The G435’s foam ear cups are soft enough, but the adjustability of the cups falters. Because they only move so much, I had to keep readjusting them to relieve the pressure they placed on my ears. The cups would slide up ever so slightly over the course of a match or two and I’d have to fiddle with them before returning to play. Obviously, your mileage will vary here, but I imagine that the cups would have more room to move if the plastic bars were larger. They seem to stop at a point, where going any further would make them more susceptible to brakes, either from wear and tear or from sudden drops.
Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Bluetooth Gaming Headset Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Bluetooth Gaming Headset
All of the G435’s buttons worked as intended. I liked how it emits an alert to let you know when you’ve muted/unmuted yourself. On one charge I got roughly 18hrs of play. And when it comes to the G435’s 10-meter wireless range, forget about it. I walked all around my house (two floors up and down) and never lost connection.