Gaming behemoth Logitech have announced that four of their newest gaming headsets will reach Australian shores within the month! They’re shipping over two headsets that were designed to look as nerdy (and epic) as humanly possible and two that were seemingly designed to target to the ‘battle royale’ craze (prioritizing surround sound technology over aesthetic).

Allow me to introduce you to these bad boys;

Logitech G935

The Logitech G935 7.1 LIGHTSYNC Wireless Headset; Built to meet the needs of the RGB LED light nerds aesthetic and to create that wonderful virtual 7.1 surround sound that we love. The G935’s are the first to feature the Logitech ‘Pro-G’ 50mm audio driver. A technology that promises to deliver huge, cinematic sound.

LIGHTSYNC is a bit of software that does exactly as it promises to do, sync lights. Whether it’s a game, music or just about any media – LIGHTSYNC will make your RGB LED gear dance.

Logitech G635

The Logitech G635 7.1 LIGHTSYNC Wired Headset; The G635’s are essentially the wired version of the G935’s – it has all of the same surround sound technology, lighting capabilities and design. They boast up to 12-hour battery life and customizable G-Keys (which are significantly more useful than you’d first imagine). While the G935’s are set to retail for $329.95, you’ll pick up the G635’s for quite a bit less at $279.95.

They’re referring to these next two headsets as ‘The Perfect Battle Royale Headsets’. Have a go at;

Logitech G432

The Logitech G432 7.1 Surround Gaming Headset; While an incredibly interesting market to specifically aim for – you can’t deny that the battle royale genre is hot at the moment. Similarly to the G935’s, these suckers are stacked with 50mm drivers, a 6mm flip-to-mute mic and multi-platform compatibility. These puppies will set you back $149.95.

Logitech G332

And finally The Logitech G332 Wired Stereo Gaming Headset; The budget headset of the range, the G332’s are on shelves for $129.95. I don’t know an awful amount about the G332’s but they’re sold as “a great option for those looking for their first gaming headset.” They’ve got relatively basic controls but hey, you really don’t need all of the bells and whistles that come with the higher end gear.

All of the above are making their way to our shores as early as April 15th – if you’re in the market for a new gaming headset, one of these just might be the go.