Logitech is launching two new gaming audio products that are built for the just-announced Oculus Quest 2. One of them is called the G333, and they’re Logitech G’s first in-ear headphones pictured above. The other announcement is Logitech’s G Pro wired gaming headset, which is an existing product that will now ship with two 3.5mm cables, one that’s long and another that’s small, suited for when you’re using VR. Logitech says it worked with Oculus to ensure that both will deliver a great experience for virtual reality.
The G333 earbuds house dual dynamic drivers that were made to deliver enough detail in the bass, mids, and highs to “accurately recreate the VR environment.” They will cost $49.99 and ship with three different sizes of silicone tips. The G333 connect via a 3.5mm port, and let you customize the cable length via included velcro straps so you don’t have too much cable slack getting in the way while you’re immersed. They will release in October, and you can pre-order them at Logitech’s site today. (The Oculus store page still says “notify me.”)
The G Pro connected to the Quest 2, with the shorter of its two 3.5mm cables Logitech
As for the $99 G Pro headset, which can be preordered now through Oculus, Logitech says this model features the “same core audio technology” of the original Pro, but it comes with a custom-length cable that makes it easy to connect with the Oculus Quest 2 without an unwieldy cable getting in the way. You can read more about them at Logitech’s site here.