Where's the best place to buy the Logitech G935 headset?
Free and express shipping available
The price of Logitech's latest and greatest headset is matched at both Amazon and Dell. Both retailers also offer free and express shipping options. No matter which store you choose, you'll get the headest at a reasonable price in no time at all.
Amazon seems like the easy choice, mainly because of the size of its store plus Prime, so subscribers would benefit more from buying there. However, Dell will ship the headset equally quickly, though you will have to pay extra to get it quickly.
Dell's U.S. store isn't as packed as Amazon, but it's quickly filling out with all kinds of excellent hardware from brands other than its own, and the company's customer service is usually pretty solid in the event of any issues. Whether you choose Amazon or Dell then just comes down to personal preference.
Best for PC gaming
The G935 is Logitech's 2019 flagship headset with all of the bells and whistles you're looking for in a wireless set of gaming cans. Or rather, it does if you're a PC gamer.
The G935 works with Logitech's latest version of the G Hub application for Windows, and its through this that you get the most from your headset. With G Hub you can create custom profiles, control the lighting on your headset, and customize the audio to your specifications.
It also uses a proprietary wireless dongle rather than Bluetooth, so it isn't certified for use with the Xbox One.
You can still use the G935 with the Xbox One, PS4 or Nintendo Switch over a wired connection, but without the companion software, it's just another headset. And given the price, it's only something to buy if you're gaming on PC at least some of the time.
If you are, though, it's one of the very best you can buy.
A top choice
Logitech's latest and greatest doesn't disappoint
This is one of the best headsets on the market right now, with superb sound, incredible comfort, and no wires necessary. In order to get the most out of it, you'll want to hook it up to a PC.
Richard Devine is an Editor at Windows Central. A former Project Manager and long-term tech addict, he joined Mobile Nations in 2011 and has been found on Android Central and iMore as well as Windows Central. Currently you'll find him covering all manner of PC hardware and gaming, and you can follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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