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Logitech G335 Review: The lightest Wired Gaming Headset


Logitech G335 Review

Logitech G335 Review: The lightest Wired Gaming Headset – Logitech G announces a new headset that looks like the G733 with a fresh, lightweight, slim, and more affordable youth look G335. Unlike the G733, the Logitech G335 is a wired gaming headset and is available in three colors: black, white, and mint.

This wired gaming headset has an attractive design because it targets young gamers, from children to teenagers. Of course, not only men but women are also the targets of this one headset. At first glance, the name does sound similar to the Logitech G333 earphones, but it carries a design that is almost identical to the Logitech G733.

Logitech G335 Headset

Features and Performance Logitech G335

At first, you would think that the Logitech G335 is a wired version of the Logitech G733 (which is only available in the wireless variant). But apparently, there are some other differences in addition to the type of connectivity. In terms of size, for example, the G335 is slightly smaller than the G733. It’s also lighter at 240 grams, and Logitech doesn’t hesitate to call it one of the most lightweight gaming headsets on the market.

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The G335 comes in three expressive-looking color combinations: black, white-blue, and mint-purple. The elastic headband is adjustable, just like the G733. The earpads are slightly thinner than those of the G733 but are equally covered in breathable fabric.

Unlike the G733, which packs a detachable mic, the G335’s microphone is not removable but can be muted quickly by folding it up. Technically, the G335 is equipped with a pair of 40mm diameter neodymium drivers, with a frequency response of 20-20,000 Hz. Users can find a small knob precisely on the backside on the left earcup to adjust the volume.

Logitech G335 Colour

This headset relies on a 3.5 mm cable connection, so it is guaranteed to be compatible with any device with this standard audio jack. Logitech also includes a PC splitter accessory in the sales package for PC users with separate audio and microphone inputs.

In the United States, Logitech sells the G335 for $70. They will also sell the headband strap separately for those who want to replace the default strap. There are eight strap color options available, each for $10. If you look at the price difference, which is quite good compared to the G733 ($130), it is natural for consumers to expect different performance from the G335.

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  • Driver: 40 mm
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz-20 kHz
  • Impedance: 36 Ohms Sensitivity: 87.5 dB SPL/mW

Microphone (Boom):

  • Microphone pickup pattern: Cardioid (unidirectional)
  • Frequency response: 100 Hz – 10 KHz


  • Length: 7.4 in (189 mm)
  • Width: 7.1 in (180 mm)
  • Depth: 3.1 in (79 mm)
  • Weight: 240 g (including cable)


  • 3.5 mm audio jack
  • PC, Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices with 3.5 mm audio jack

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