Category: Gaming

Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset

Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset Review

Logitech G230 – Gaming With Style

Logitech is a Swiss global provider of personal computer and tablet accessories with over 30 years of experience. It’s a household name, and hardly anybody could deny owning at least one product brandishing their logo. Their products are known for their durability, excellent build quality, and innovative designs, and the G230 is no exception.

The mainstay of these headphones is their suitability for gaming. With a lightweight design, sturdy frame, and crisp sound quality, the Logitech G230 gaming headsets offer a unique and immersive gaming experience; or at least, so Logitech claims. Extremely comfortable, with 90-degree swivelling ear cups, the G230 headphones are claimed to be perfect for gaming “addicts” and weekend gamers alike.

Connectland Stereo Headset

Connectland Stereo Headset 40 mm Speaker Review


With a product that can be described as colorful at the very least, the Connectland stereo headset bounces onto the headphone market. Are they all color and style? Or do they provide the goods as well?


Build Quality & Design

These headphones really stand out when it comes to design. The first aspect that hits you is the color. They are very noticeable.

Coming in such options as teal, purple and yellow, you can be sure that you’ll cut a unique figure whilst sporting a pair of these headphones.

This brings me to a major talking point when it comes to this product. Are they aimed at adults or children?

They certainly aren’t the biggest headphones on the market, and I have absolutely no doubt that many adults will find them to be too small and uncomfortable.

The color schemes available tend to add credence to the idea that these headphones are primarily aimed at children.


SADES SA 708 Gaming Headset

SADES SA-708 Stereo Gaming Headphone Headset with Microphone Review


In a world that isn’t short on gaming headsets, Sades sets out to lay down a marker in the affordable range. Will the quality prove as attractive as the pricing?


Build Quality & Design

The first thing I’ll say straight off the bat is that this headset doesn’t make a terrific first impression.

You’ll notice that it’s predominately made from plastic, and looks a little cheap. However, happily, it has to be said that on this occasion, first impressions aren’t always correct.

Yes, you’ll find sturdier, more well-made headsets out there than the Sades SA-708 range, but not at this price.

Based on my first impression, I really wasn’t expecting much as far as build quality goes, but I was happy to be proven wrong.