Through the past decade Logitech was well known for their futuristic gaming gear. Their last gen flagship headphones, the G933 and G633, were not only standing out on the market with their price and features, but the design also made it sure that everyone in your radius would know that you’re wearing a pair of Logitech headphones.
The design language was clear – make it futuristic, weird, and alien-like. Then came the Logitech Pro X, a pair of headphones that finally looked decent. No weird lines, no holes or RGB lights to annoy your sleeping partner at 2 AM.
Fans, creators, and reviewers liked them, and Logitech figured out that the gaming market needs a “grown up” within the headphone segment, and the newest Logitech Pro X Lightspeed are exactly that.
The Lightspeed version makes everything better
Specs wise, the Logitech Pro X Lightspeed gameset is powered by a 2.4GHz USB Type-A wireless receiver that can keep you connected up to 42 feet (ca 13 meters). The device offers up to 20 hours of battery life and comes with USB C charging.
For $199 these headphones are still an expensive venture, but it’s worth noting that the price went down when compared to the previous generation of Logitech’s gaming headphones.
Besides the official PR, Logitech also lifted the NDA for the reviewers: