Logitech G935 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

The Logitech G935 wireless gaming headset is the company's top-of-the-line wireless gaming headset, with features like programmable colorful illumination, adjustable function buttons for toggling between sound settings, and a highly comfortable fit.

And, at $179.99, it is far less expensive than other high-end wireless headsets such as the Astro Gaming A50 and the Steelseries Arctis Pro Wireless. While it looks and feels fine, the G935's sound quality falls well short of the more costly headsets and even a few less expensive options.

Here are the main features:

  • Design

  • Music Performance

  • Connectivity

  • Microphone

  • Gaming Efficiency

  • Competent But Uninspiring


The G935 seems and feels more luxurious than Logitech's other G series headsets, such as the corded G423. It has the same bulky black trapezoidal earcup design as the previous model, but it's more luxuriously made with big faux-leather-wrapped earpads and a thicker plastic outer shell. The earcups are held in place by a strong metal headband, with a black plastic shell across the top that has a broad strip of memory foam cushioning coated in pleather. The result is a very thick headset that is much heavier than the wired G423 at 13.3 ounces but much more comfortable because it has a lot of padding.

The G935's LightSync function is indicated by a transparent plastic G logo on the rear and piping on the sides of each earcup. When the headset is turned on, multicolored LEDs under the clear material light up. By default, they shine blue, but the Logitech G Hub software for Windows or Mac can be used to change the colors and patterns.