At a preview event we had the chance to go hands on with the emotional, harrowing, and stunning The Last Of Us Part II – an experience that left us remembering every face and life we put an end to.
The Last of Us Part II Preview – Harrowing and Unforgettable
The side-scrolling 2.5D sequel improves on the Banjo Kazooie spiritual successor with some help from Donkey Kong Country.
Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Review
Bustin' makes us feel good in this remaster of the unofficial Ghostbusters 3.
Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered Review
Elements of the Souls-like wrapped up in a tale about human augmentation with chunky pieces of metal you’d refer to as limbs.
The Surge 2 Review - Sci-Fi Souls Returns
Logitech G PRO X Gaming Headset Review - When Comfort is King
KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
5989 posts
Okay, so besides cool touches and features like being able to swap cables and the included USB-DAC for device versatility, detaching the microphone, or swapping out the ear cushions, or the very nice carry-case - the new Logitech G PRO X stands out mainly due to that one thing we always look for in a gaming headset. Comfort. Supreme comfort.

A snippet from our full review.
Just in case the introduction to this review didn’t spell it out, the Logitech G PRO X gaming headset is one of the most comfortable we’ve ever experienced. With a durable aluminium and steel frame and high-quality ear cushions and headband it also lives up to its premium ambition in terms of looks - another part of the headset or headphone equation that people look at. As something that sits on your head for hours, odds are you’d want it to look - if not stylish – then at least subtle or not overly garish. The Logitech G PRO X is stylish, thanks to the brushed metallic panel on each ear that bears the Logitech G logo, but it’s also one of the most restrained designs from the company to date.

The shape of the ear cups continues the Logitech almost-rectangular style we’ve been seeing for years, but again – in a closed form and design that is supremely comfortable. Even though the 320 g weight is notably heavier than the X-free version of the headset released earlier in the year, you wouldn’t know it from use. This is Comfort City.

Click Here to Read Our Full Logitech G PRO X Gaming Headset Review
04:23pm 26/08/19 Permalink
system
Internet
--
04:23pm 26/08/19 Permalink
system
Internet
--
04:23pm 26/08/19 Permalink
AusGamers Forums
Show: per page
1
Post a Reply
You must be logged in to post a reply.