The gaming headphone product range is generally a blur of RGB lighting, sleek contours and every color you want, as long as it’s black.
Whilst the Logitech G433 continues the Logitech G trend of great audio quality, it also provides refreshing lightweight and comfortable ‘everyday’ aesthetic one would comfortably leave the house with.
I’ve spent the last few weeks with the Logitech G433 as my ‘all purpose’ pair of headphones. The sports mesh ear pads and microfiber design provides a high level of breathability and comfort.
I did not experience any discomfort or sweat during my extended use.
The Logitech G433 features the same Pro-G audio drivers G533 and G933.
Existing fans of Logitech G headphones will feel right at home with the response and range provided.
I found them to be extremely crisp and not lacking in any bottom end range I enjoy with gaming headphones.
The detachable boom mic and the variety of connections and cables provided allow for easy transformation into everyday use.
The Logitech G433 also come in a variety of colours; blue, red, black and blue camo.
This variation in colour schemes is refreshing. They actually look like nice headphones without the garish futuristic ‘flash’ that most gaming headphones aesthetics aspire to.
With a retail price of around $150, these are a solid choice for a wired gaming headset that not only sounds great but provides a refreshing aesthetic you’d want to wear everywhere you go.