Logitech G rolls out lightweight G335 headset in fresh colors

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The new Logitech G 335 Wired Gaming Headset comes in mint (pictured), black or white.
The new Logitech G 335 Wired Gaming Headset comes in mint (pictured), black or white.
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Logitech G, part of Lausanne, Switzerland-based computer peripheral and software maker Logitech International, added a new, lightweight headset to its Color Collection today. The Logitech G335 Wired Gaming Headset comes in three colors, including mint.

To go with the new headset, the company said it will offer its G305 Wireless Gaming Mouse in mint, too. That will allow gamers to match their gear.

“With the Logitech G335 gaming headset, we’re adding new colors like mint, one of the most asked-for colors, while also reducing the weight to ensure a super comfortable experience,” aid Ujesh Desai, general manager of Logitech G.

G335: lightweight and colorful headset

At 240 grams, the Logitech G335 gaming headset is among the lightest gaming headsets out there, the company said. Similar in design to the Color Collection’s G733 wireless gaming headset, the G335 also has a slim form factor.

The headset’s smaller-than-average fit is intended to increase comfort. In addition, it features an adjustable suspension headband design and soft-fabric earpad materials to conform to gamers’ heads for added comfort.

Available in black, white and mint, with matching reversible headbands, the G335 is compatible with the color-coordinated headband straps and mic covers the company offers.

Handy controls

The Logitech G335 Wired Gaming Headset features  “plug and play” capabilities for use with most gaming platforms. It plug in via a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Handy controls help minimize distractions for gamers using the headset, the company said. It features gaming-grade audio quality, a volume roller located on the ear cup and a flip-to-mute mic. The G335 is also Discord Certified for clear audio and communication clarity.

Pricing

Logitech G said the Logitech G335 Wired Gaming Headset is expected to retail for $69. The straps, available in eight different colors, will retail for $9.99 each.