The Logitech G735 is a white wireless gaming headset designed to be “inclusive,” but it’s not that special.
From Bluetooth connectivity to premium leather comfort, here are the best wireless headsets for gamers, creators, and professionals alike.
Razer's Barracuda Pro is an excellent-sounding, understated headset with a great case. But there's more than a little room for improvement.
Corsair’s HS80 RGB USB offers great audio quality, a fantastic mic, and quirky-but-comfortable design, but lacks connectivity options for non-PC gamers.
Corsair’s latest mid-range headset, the HS65 Surround, delivers excellent audio while upping comfort to new levels.
The HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless delivers comfort and over 30 hours of battery life. But the headset is strictly for PC and PlayStation consoles.
The Roccat Syn Pro Air offers great sound and a wireless connection, but it costs too much given all the small issues that add up.
Play a game on PC or console, listen to music on your Android phone, or take a work call—the Arctis 7+ can do it all.
The Razer Kraken V3 is a cost-efficient headset with powerful performance due to Razer’s Synapse software.
At CES 2022, Alienware announced its AW920H headset and AW720M mouse. Both feature Alienware’s Tri-Mode connectivity options and fast-charging tech.
Play a shooter on PS5, an RPG on PC, a puzzle game on Switch, or take a work call, all while using the Arctis 7P+.
The E910 offers clean, crisp audio and interference-free wireless performance, but pairs it with a sub-par mic and confusing feature implementation.
The Epos H3Pro Hybrid brings active noise cancelling and simultaneous multi-device connectivity in an attractive package.
The ROG Strix Go Core headset is inexpensive, comfortable and lightweight, with a collapsible design and stylish looks. But audio quality is just middle-of-the-road.