Logitech offers new headsets

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LOGITECH has unveiled its latest range of headsets that the company said enables users to use 50% less bandwidth and still enjoy crystal-clear audio.

Along with laser-tuned drivers which help minimise distortion, the headsets feature super wideband audio developed by Skype, which adjusts in real time according to network traffic to maintain consistent sound quality throughout calls.

The H600 is a lightweight headset that makes it easy to cut loose from your computer. It features a USB nano-receiver with a range of 10m and a rechargeable battery that is good for six hours of usage on a single charge. The H600’s design also allows for easy positioning of the microphone with in-built volume controls.

For those looking for more comfort, the Logitech Stereo Headset H250 has an adjustable padded headband and in-line audio controls.

Meanwhile, the Logitech H150 stereo headset is designed for those who prefer maximum control. This simple headset features stereo sound, an adjustable headband, in-line audio controls and a noise-cancelling rotating microphone, which can be worn on either side.

Aimed at premium users, the H800 wireless headset offers rich digital stereo with a built-in equaliser that is easy to connect to computers, Tablets and smartphones.

It features ear cups and a padded headband, noise-cancelling microphone and a rechargeable battery that lasts up to six hours.

The H600 (RM208), H250 (RM68), H150 (RM48) and H800 (RM388) are available immediately.

++++ www.logitech.com/my

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