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Logitech's new G Pro headset offers 50% more sound isolation than before

28 March 2018 2

Logitech has launched G Pro Gaming headset so as to offer an impressive experience to the hard-core gamers. According to Logitech, the new headset is lightweight, strong, and extremely comfortable so that gamers can wear for an extended period of time. The premium leatherette ear pads further enhance this experience by offering excellent noise isolation. The headset thus offers 50% more sound isolation than the previous Logitech G ear pads.

According to Logitech, the headset’s speakers are advanced enough to offer clarity while gaming; the gamers will be able to hear every minute sounds of the games, for instance, “every approaching footstep in supper efficient detail.”

The all-new G Pro headset has lower signal-to-noise ratio and higher sensitivity than previous Logitech gaming headsets.

The all-new Logitech G Pro headset features the company’s G-Pro-G drivers for superior audio. These drivers provide rich, booming bass, clear highs, precise treble and incredibly low levels of distortion. It comes with a pro-grade condenser microphone that offers crystal-clear communications.

As per Logitech’s press release, the Logitech G PRO Gaming Headset has also been named the official headset of Electronic Sports League (ESL) CS: GO Pro League, ESL One and ESL Premiership, and will be the headset of choice for several top teams and players.

The Logitech G PRO Gaming headset is compatible with PCs, consoles (including Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch) and mobile devices. The Logitech G PRO Gaming headset is expected to be available in April 2018 for a suggested retail price of $89.99.



Logitech's new G Pro Headset offers 50% more sound isolation than before
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