The Logitech G333 wired gaming headset was launched worldwide this week. The headset is equipped with two independent drivers in each earmuff to provide “a powerful audio experience and a rich soundscape.” They are equipped with embedded microphones with integrated audio controls and claim to be compatible with PC, mobile devices, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo and other platforms. The company also provided a pouch and a USB Type-C to 3.5mm dongle so that the headset can be used with smartphones that do not have a headset port.

Logitech G333 price, availability

In the United States, Logitech G333 is priced at US$49.99 (approximately Rs 3,600) and can be purchased from Logitech’s online store. Wired gaming headsets are available in India at a price of Rs. 4,995, but cannot be purchased at this time. The headset has been launched in black, purple and white colors.

Logitech G333 specifications, features

Each ear cup of the Logitech G333 headset is equipped with dual dynamic drivers (5.8mm and 9.2mm). One driver provides bass and the other driver provides mid-bass. The company claims that this helps to improve the sound quality, “reveal every detail of the game environment, and clearly separate voice chat.” In terms of design, the headset uses a sturdy aluminum housing and a tangled flat cable to improve durability.

As mentioned earlier, the Logitech G333 wired gaming headset is compatible with PC, Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch consoles, mobile devices and tablets. The headset has a 3.5 mm AUX connector and provides a USB Type-C adapter for those devices that do not have a regular headphone jack. There is an inline remote control with a high-quality electret condenser microphone (ECM) and integrated audio controls. The headset includes three sizes of soft silicone earplugs, and a soft carrying bag.

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