Logitech G35 – Surround Sound Headset

1. Introduction3. A Closer Look


Packaging and Bundle

The quality of the box itself is very good; the headset and accessories sit within a large vacuum-formed plastic tray, which, aside from providing a good degree of protection, displays half of the headset without opening.

As the G35 connects via USB, there isn’t a need for the extra connectors we have found included with similar gaming headsets. The USB nature of the G35 also means Logitech have been able to include a software package to configure various different functions and a digital user guide.  We also find a printed version of the user guide within the box alongside two different head-band pads. These can be fitted in place of the one that comes already attached.

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