Tuesday, August 25th 2020

Logitech G Lets You Play Your Way With a New Lineup of Vibrant Gaming Gear

Logitech G, a brand of Logitech, and leading innovator of gaming technologies and gear, today introduced a new collection of gaming gear that celebrates self expression and the fun side of gaming. The centerpiece of the new Logitech G-Series Color Collection is the G733 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset. Featuring four vibrant colors, the new G733 gaming headset is a full featured, wireless headset that fits with your style and helps make your gaming experience more reflective of your world. Rounding out the Color Collection is the G203 and G305 Gaming Mice and G915 TKL Gaming Keyboard.

"As gaming becomes a bigger part of pop culture, personal expression and style have become a huge part of a gamers' identity," said Ujesh Desai, general manager of Logitech G. "With that in mind we set out to design a collection of high-performance gaming gear in a fun and colorful way." From gaming accessories to product packaging, grey, white and black colors have historically dominated the gaming industry, but as gaming expands to meet the needs of more diverse consumers, personal expression through this community is shifting. Through social media, the advent of user generated content (UGC) and the rapid rise in streaming, content creators' gear and gaming rooms are increasingly on display, encouraging these gamers to put more thought into the colors they use and what it conveys about their individual style and personality. Investing in one's surrounding environment to reflect inner expressions lends to a more immersive gaming experience and Logitech G's new Color Collection will amplify that.
The new G733 wireless headset comes in your choice of White, Blue, Lilac and Black. It only weighs 278 g, features new colorful and reversible suspension headbands and comes equipped with soft dual-layer memory foam ear pads that conform to your head, making it one of the most comfortable headsets Logitech G has ever designed. To accompany the G733, Logitech G unveiled a collection of color-coordinated head band straps, in addition to playful mic covers that are compatible with all Logitech G headsets and mic booms.

"We set out to design a full-featured headset that lets people show off their personalities," said Tiffany Beers, head of audio engineering at Logitech G. "The G733 and available accessories do just that. It's a reliable, high quality gaming headset that fits with your environment and lets you display your individual expression without compromising on technology."

In addition to the G733, gamers can choose from a Black or White version of the Logitech G915 TKL Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, and Black, White, Blue and Lilac versions of the Logitech G203 Gaming Mouse and G305 Wireless Gaming Mouse.

"Gamers and streamers are looking for more ways to express their sense of style and personality," said Elspeth Eastman, TWITCH streamer, gamer and voice actor. "Whether it's Black, White or Lilac or a mix of all the colors, we want to express ourselves when we play for fun."

Pricing and Availability
The Logitech G733 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset is expected to retail for $129 USD MSRP. The Straps, which are available in five options, will retail for $9.99 USD MSRP each; the set of five fun mic covers, for playful customization will retail for $9.99 USD MSRP. The G915 TKL Gaming Keyboard retails for $229.99, while the Logitech G305 retails for $59.99 and the Logitech G203 LIGHTSPEED Gaming Mouse retails for $39.99. All products are expected to be available in September of 2020.
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12 Comments on Logitech G Lets You Play Your Way With a New Lineup of Vibrant Gaming Gear

#1
lemoncarbonate
I'm done with Logitech! My G305 double and multiple click right in less than 2 years, G502 double click after several months. G Pro keyboard's led died and RMA'ed multiple times in less than a year. The double click is apparently a feature you get for buying their mouse. /s

What a shame that the cheaper M and B mouse series last longer than G. My M series wireless mouses last between 4-5 years each with 8 hours a day, 5 days a week of usage.
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#2
AnarchoPrimitiv
I've always wondered why and how BSPP became the standard thread of wstercooling
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#3
TheLostSwede
AnarchoPrimitiv
I've always wondered why and how BSPP became the standard thread of wstercooling
And this has what to do with Logitech?
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#4
Chomiq
Looks nice, I like the blueish ones the most.
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#5
euricog
lemoncarbonate
I'm done with Logitech! My G305 double and multiple click right in less than 2 years, G502 double click after several months. G Pro keyboard's led died and RMA'ed multiple times in less than a year. The double click is apparently a feature you get for buying their mouse. /s

What a shame that the cheaper M and B mouse series last longer than G. My M series wireless mouses last between 4-5 years each with 8 hours a day, 5 days a week of usage.
Same, my experience with their G gaming line has been pure frustration. The quality issues on the hardware is pretty damaging by themselves, but to top it off, their horrible G Hub software really made me sure I wont buy anything from their G sub brand on a foreseeable future.

It's really a shame as they have pretty good hardware design.
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#6
Fourstaff
More colour = higher chances of winning. It is known.
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#7
Xzibit
Fourstaff
More colour = higher chances of winning. It is known.
^ This

I filter my team mates by that. I put a no-fade policy to keep the wins as consistent as possible
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#8
chstamos
Logitech G602 mouse started double clicking within 1,5 year of purchase. European warranty is at two years, Logitech replaced it, and the second one started double clicking within 8 months, out of warranty.

Logitech G413 keyboard keycap pins broke off and embedded themselves into the key switch. It also started keyboard "chatter" (a sort of keyboard double clicking on one press). The local dealership denied replacement, Logitech central finally replaced after complaint, second replacement keyboard has the key paint chipping off within 8 months of use.

My ancient Logitech MX518 is still working perfectly, 10 years of use later. My prehistoric Logitech Internet Navigator membrane keyboard is still chugging along after 16 years of use (!)

Logitech quality is well below toilet drain nowadays, and has been so for quite some time now, and they show no intent of fixing that. Expensive "logitech gaming gear" fail more often, more systematically, and sooner than bog-standard old cheap logitech office gear.

You'll get better longevity buying an ancient abused logitech membrane keyboard from 2005 on ebay, than a brand new expensive mechanical keyboard from them. They're junk.
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lemoncarbonate
euricog
Same, my experience with their G gaming line has been pure frustration. The quality issues on the hardware is pretty damaging by themselves, but to top it off, their horrible G Hub software really made me sure I wont buy anything from their G sub brand on a foreseeable future.

It's really a shame as they have pretty good hardware design.
Indeed. Their hardware design is pretty good and clean, but the quality is a big nope for me.

G Hub is bad. But the old Logitech Gaming Software is simple and does its job right.
I recently switched to Steelseries, and the software is one of the most decent among the others I've tried.
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#10
TheTechGuy1337
I've had my Logitech g600 mmo mouse since 2014. No issues. However, my logitech m570 trackball mouse at work started double clicking in only a few months. I probably use my mice several hours a day, so they get pushed pretty hard.
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#11
Slizzo
I have a G502 and G502 Lightspeed.

No issues to speak of. Had the G502 a few years, Lightspeed only since the beginning of summer.
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#12
lemoncarbonate
Slizzo
I have a G502 and G502 Lightspeed.

No issues to speak of. Had the G502 a few years, Lightspeed only since the beginning of summer.
Some of them work fine for years if you're lucky. It's like a lottery but with much higher chance to lose.
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