To help elevate your gaming experience to new heights, Logitech has announced a new G Pro X 2 Lightspeed gaming headset bakced by the pros. That latest addition to the lineup has reportedly been made in collaboration with pro esports players and promises “pro-grade sound and supreme comfort for the highest levels of competition”. Serving as the follow-up to the Pro X, this new headset is made with esports athletes in mind and lets you hear “every footstep, every action, and every pin pull in sharp detail.” A standout feature of this gaming headset is its innovative and extensive utilization of graphene, resulting in lightweight drivers that deliver superior sound performance.
The Pro X 2 incorporates several subtle yet noteworthy design enhancements as well. One of these is the addition of rotating hinges, providing both comfort and convenience. Moreover, the inclusion of swappable ear pads allows you to personalize your experience by choosing between leatherette or velour options, depending on your personal preference. The bundle also includes a practical carry case and a detachable microphone, ensuring convenience and versatility for on-the-go gaming.
The cutting-edge 50mm graphene audio drivers featured in the Pro X 2 are power-efficient and lightweight, offering an unparalleled audio response, minimizing distortion, and delivering an immersive sound experience like no other. Logitech has added Bluetooth support and even a 3.5mm aux for wired connectivity. Compared to its predecessor, the Pro X 2 has gotten an exceptional boost in battery performance and can now provide an astounding 50 hours of usage on a single charge.
“With our use of graphene, we can create a driver that is both incredibly rigid and, at the same time, almost impossibly lightweight,” said Chris Pate, principal product manager for the Logitech G Pro product range. “This delivers high fidelity sound with extremely low distortion, giving pros the performance they need to play to their maximum potential.”
Logitech’s choice to implement DTS surround sound audio in the Pro X 2 instead of Microsoft’s Windows Sonic surround is another solid improvement. The headset allows you to optimize the multichannel surround modes specifically for gaming, entertainment, or sports, giving you a tailored audio experience. Additionally, you have the flexibility to control each virtual surround sound element individually, including an adjustable overall bass level.
The Logitech Pro X 2 gaming headset is definitely a significant leap forward when compared to its predecessor, offering a range of impressive features. Equipped with powerful 50mm graphene drivers, it delivers exceptional audio quality for an immersive gaming experience.
The headset boasts a prolonged battery life, allowing for extended gaming sessions without interruption. With its major quality-of-life upgrades, the Pro X 2 looks like a great contender for those in the market for a no-frills gaming headset that prioritizes audio performance above all else. The highly anticipated Logitech G Pro X 2 gaming headset is expected to arrive “soon” in Australia, with a price tag of AUD$449.95.