Logitech G, The Logitech G435 LIGHTSPEED Wireless Gaming Headset, unveiled delivers on all fronts -- comfort, affordability, sustainability, fun color options, multi-platform support, and more, all for the jaw dropping price of $79.99. Logitech G set a new gold standard with an exciting new ultra-lightweight wireless headset designed for the modern gaming consumer. Weighing in at only 5.8 oz (165 grams), G435 is ultra lightweight and comfortable enough to wear all day. G435 fits a wide range of people, but it's design has been optimized for small to medium head sizes. It also features an optional volume limiter. G435 is the most sustainable gaming wireless headset have produced to date. Its certified CarbonNeutral®, which means that finance high-quality certified carbon offsets to reduce the carbon impact of the product to zero. The plastic parts include a minimum of 22% post-consumer recycled content, and the paper packaging comes from FSCTM-certified forests. By choosing this gaming headset, you're doing part to help support responsible management of the worlds forests. For more information on sustainability efforts. The combo of gaming-grade LIGHTSPEED 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth® gives the freedom to wirelessly connect to PC, PlayStation, or mobile device. LIGHTSPEED Wireless connects to PC or Playstation via a USB-A 2.4 GHz adapter and provides performance tuned for the needs of gamers. While Bluetooth® support enables to connect to mobile device and play games or listen to music. Its 40 mm drivers deliver rich and immersive sound, while the dual beamforming mics eliminate the need for a boom mic. The advanced beamforming mics also reduce background noise while amplifying voice, so sound like youre in the same room as friends. The new G435 wireless headset comes in three color variations, Black & Neon Yellow, Blue & Raspberry, and Off-White & Lilac, allowing gamers to show off their individual style and personality. The G435 also includes little touches like left and right braille indicators on the headset to make it easy for those with visual impairments to know which side is which.