Logitech G Pro X and G Pro headsets now available starting at $100
The new Logitech G Pro X packs granular microphone controls developed with Blue Microphones.
What you need to know
- Logitech's new G Pro X and G Pro headsets are now available.
- The updated Logitech G Pro comes with a refreshed build that features metal accents for $100.
- The $130 Logitech G Pro X ups the ante with microphone tech built in partnership with Blue Microphones.
Logitech's new G Pro and G Pro X headsets are now available starting at $100. Both headsets pack a revamped design with metal accents, but the G Pro X includes Blue Microphone tech that gives you granular controls over how your voice is processed.
With the G Pro X, you'll be able to accss professional effects in Logitech's G Hub software that let you tweak the way you sound to your liking. That includes real-time voice filters to adjust things like noise, compression, and de-essing. Logitech is hoping to appeal to streamers and professional gamers with "studio-quality" sound. You'll have to pay $130 for the additional voice features, however.
The base G Pro headset doesn't include Blue Voice tech, but it brings the price down to $100. For your money, you'll still get a redesigned headset with memory forma earcups, 50mm drivers, and a removable two-meter cable. The microphone on both headsets is also removable.
Logitech's updated G Pro headset now comes in two flavors, with the new G Pro X delivering granular control over how your voice sounds, thanks to a partnership with Blue Microphones.
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VisionTek 8,000 mAh micro-USB power bank ($13 at Dell)
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Panasonic eneloop AA batteries (From $13 at Dell)
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Belkin Qi Wireless Charging Pad ($30 at Dell)
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