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Logitech launches wireless headset

by Sarah Griffiths on 20 August 2010, 17:18

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Wireless wonder

Logitech has unveiled a wireless headset that lets PC gamers roam around up to 40 feet away from their computer.

The Logitech Wireless headset H760 is designed to give users more freedom away from their computer screens when making video calls, listening to music or playing a game.

While its adjustable behind-the-head design enables lightweight roaming, the headset's six hours battery life should handle a gaming marathon or epic phone conversation.

Like some higher end headsets, the H760 boasts a built-in equalizer plus audio controls to adjust the volume and navigate playlists from the headset. Cunningly, the navigation controls are compatible with iTunes and Windows Media Player, while the audio controls will work with video and voice calls.

The headset, which retails at around £89.99, also features a noise-cancelling microphone that reduces any background noise and automatically mutes if it is rotated out of the way.

 

 



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All the tech specs sound good but the real test, for me at least, is comfort during prolonged use. As it looks like those ear cushions don't look very comfortable.
I'd love to see Logitech implement a wireless headset with multiple speakers per ear - 5.1, 7.1, whatever.1; just not "plain" stereo. (& yes, I know Turtle Beach do one.)
baius
I'd love to see Logitech implement a wireless headset with multiple speakers per ear - 5.1, 7.1, whatever.1; just not "plain" stereo. (& yes, I know Turtle Beach do one.)


all the headsets advertised as being above stereo actually use fake 5.1 or 7.1, they don't actually have 3 or 4 drivers per ear
HW_90
all the headsets advertised as being above stereo actually use fake 5.1 or 7.1, they don't actually have 3 or 4 drivers per ear
Respectfully disagree - not all are (although most might well be).

Roccat (Kave) and Razer (HP1) both have multiple drivers - I can see them. Don't know about my Medusa's - that might be snake oil. ;-)