How to get your PC to work with VR without the hassle of installing a virtual reality headset, with Logitech’s USB headset

How to get your PC to work with VR without the hassle of installing a virtual reality headset, with Logitech’s USB headset

Posted February 09, 2019 09:00:00 I’ve always been a big fan of Logitech headsets, because they fit in my desk drawer, and they’re super-easy to use.

But I had no idea that one of their new headsets was going to be even better than I imagined.

Here’s how to get it to work on your Windows computer.

The Logitech USB headset, pictured, is a wireless headset.

Its buttons are on the top.

Logitech says the headset works with Windows, Mac OS, Android, iOS, and Amazon Alexa.

Read More , but it’s only on sale now, and I’m still waiting for it to hit the market.

In short, it’s a great way to try out virtual reality on a PC, without having to spend $600 on a full-priced VR headset.

The device is made of metal and glass, and comes in three sizes: small, medium, and large.

The small is the cheapest, and is also the most comfortable.

I got mine for $199, and it’s the same price as the Logitech Headset, but it has a larger, more comfortable headset with two buttons.

The medium headset has a small microphone, and the large one has a microphone that works with an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive headset.

I found the latter headset to be a little more comfortable, and also worked better with the camera I was using on my phone.

The microphone and microphone jack are also wired to the headset, so you can’t wire it up to your PC’s audio system, so there’s no way to record VR content.

But if you’re not going to use your PC for VR, the microphone and headphone jack is a nice feature.

You can record audio with your smartphone or other headset, or even use the microphone to pair the headset with an Android or iOS device, to listen to the audio on a computer or to record a short VR audio clip.

The headset can record up to 30 minutes of VR content, and can record at 60 frames per second, which is about the same speed as you’d expect from a VR headset like the Oculus Rift.

The audio quality is quite good.

The headphones and microphone are very quiet, and you can feel the headset’s vibrations even if you don’t look directly at it.

They feel very sturdy and secure.

And they have a USB-C connector that you can plug into any USB-A port or Thunderbolt port.

I have no complaints about the Logix headset, and for the money, I think it’s worth every penny.

It’s a good buy.

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