Logitech recently announced that they will bring two new gaming audio products into the market; however, both of those products will be exclusively for the just-announced Oculus Quest 2.
One of the devices is Logitech’s very-first in-ear headphones called the G333. The other one announced is Logitech’s G Pro wired gaming headset, which already exists in the market, but will get a new feature added to it, that is, the gaming headset will now ship with two 3.5mm cables, one of them will be long, and another one will be small which will be best suited for using any VR.
As for Logitech’s decision to collaborate with Oculus, the company has cited the reason to deliver a great experience for virtual reality. Now coming to the specs of the G333 earbuds, Logitech has revealed that the earbuds will come with dual dynamic drivers that are equipped to deliver enough detail in the bass, mids, and highs to “accurately recreate the VR environment.”
The earbuds come with three different sizes of silicone tips. The G333 connects through a 3.5mm port, and the cable length could be adjusted using the Velcro straps. The earbuds come with a 5.8mm tweeter and a 9.2mm bass and have a frequency response of 20Hz ~ 20KHz with 24 ohms impedance.
Although the G333 will go on sale in October, users can still pre-order them at Logitech’s official side starting September 19. The earbuds are priced at $49.99.
The G Pro headset can be preordered through Oculus for the price of $99. It features the “same core audio technology” of the original Pro but comes with a custom-length cable making it easier to connect with the Oculus Quest 2.
Logitech has stated that in the future the company is planning to launch more in-ear headphones for the Logitech G and ASTRO brands.